Published in March 2009
Despite the real-estate crisis that has hit many countries, the rent prices paid by expats are still very high and often much higher than the local rent prices.
Housing is a crucial element for an expatriation; therefore many companies seriously consider their expats’ living conditions.
EuroCost International specializes in conducting specific expat surveys relating to expats in more than two hundred cities around the world. Although real estate markets can vary a lot from one country to another, we publish every year a city ranking per type of housing. This month’ ranking focuses on the most expensive cities in the world regarding the two- and three-bedroom flats.