Tuesday, February 21, 2012

A map of the world’s dearest houses

MoneyWeek map: the world's dearest houses

Where is the most expensive place on Earth to buy a house? And where is the cheapest? MoneyWeek's map of global property prices shows the cost of buying a house relative to income around the world.

Posted by martingreen @ 11:28 AM (2232 views)
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12 thoughts on “A map of the world’s dearest houses

  • No mention of London?

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  • Crap waste of space article.

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  • rant – if you split up Greater London into boroughs, or some other level of disaggregation, it would register. Silly map.

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    Yeah but measured in Greggs’ shares the data is rather surprising, I think you’ll find.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    What’s the weather like in Atlanta, Georgia?

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  • Plymouth? Methodology must be dodgy.

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  • Perhaps they picked up Plymouth not because the property is expensive, but the wages are poor.

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  • Map not very useful. The full report IS interesting though
    http://www.demographia.com/
    8th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey

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  • I see the Gold Coast makes the list – now where is the General?

    @ Sib’s – I take it you liked the Gregg’s comment on the moneyweek thread – I’ve just e-mailed you a voucher for 2 free Stottie Cakes.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Greenmind 6, within the UK, the most outrageously high house price to income ratios are in the South West and in a few parts of central London, there’s no dispute about that.

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    Cheers Jack, i’ll trade them in for a couple of bricks. I reckon with some chicken pasties i’ll be able to haggle on a kilo of mortar.

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  • The problem is global and seems to apply to the capitalist societies.

    The question has to be; ‘What can we do about it?”

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