Comparably by income Australia sits next to Sweden, Canada, Italy, and Iceland in the cost of buying a home in a major city. June's latest worldwide property prices allow you to compare cost of living to life quality and more financial and affordability facts across 112 countries.







Aussie averaged just under $500k - 53% higher than the world average.


Globally the average is $290k for a flash home. Aussie averaged just under $500k - 53% higher than the world average. Compared to Hong Kong's insane 838% difference, prime location housing is not cheap no matter where you lay your hat.


Hong Kong is the most expensive country to buy in the top, at $2.7 million (AUD), while in Egypt, a location in their hottest locales will set you back $52k and is currently the cheapest place to reside on the planet.




By square metre, the ten most expensive spaces from 106 countries:


• London, UK $24,103.82

• Zurich, Switzerland $23,458

• Geneva, Switzerland $19,987

• Luxembourg, Luxembourg $19,143

• Munich, Germany $18,489

• Paris, France $18,270

• Stockholm, Sweden $16,203

• Basel, Switzerland $15,438

• Amsterdam, Netherlands $13,798

• Helsinki, Finland $13,607



Australia comes in at 17 by the metre.


What about income ratios, rental yields, affordability and each country's percentage of income? We are climbing to 50% as a percentage of our income purchasing in the hottest property markets in Australia.



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