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Housing Affordability 2017: The 10 Most Expensive Cities To Live In


Based on the international surveys and observations with regard to the cost of housing and affordability, these 10 cities are found to be the most expensive cities to live in.
  1. Hong Kong City, Hong Kong (China)
  2. Male', Maldives
  3. Sydney, Australia
  4. Vancouver, British Columbia
  5. Aukland, New Zealand
  6. San Jose, USA
  7. Melbourne, Australia
  8. Honolulu, Hawaii
  9. Los Angeles, USA
  10. San Fransisco, USA 

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