Ratio of real estate cost to income; Belgrade ranks 4th in Europe

Split is the third most expensive city in Europe if we look at property prices in relation to average income. This is what the data collated by Numbeo show, which presents itself as the world’s largest database on the cost, as well as quality, of life.

Namely, the ratio of real estate prices to the average income in Split is 20.3, according to Numbeo, a company founded by Mladen Adamović, a former Google software engineer from Serbia.

Only Moscow and Paris are more expensive than Split. Thus, Split falls behind Moscow (ratio 21.12), which is in the first place, and Paris (20.97), but is ahead of Belgrade (19.77), Vladivostok (18.63), Gdansk (18, 31), Prague (17.97) and Milan (17.85).

Here is the complete list:

  1. Moscow (Russia) – 21.12
  2. Paris (France) – 20.97
  3. Split (Croatia) – 20.30
  4. Belgrade (Serbia) – 19.77
  5. Vladivostok (Russia) – 18.63
  6. Gdansk (Poland) – 18.31
  7. Prague (Czech Republic) – 17.97
  8. Milan (Italy) – 17.85
  9. Rome (Italy) – 17.53
  10. Minsk (Belarus) – 17.38
  11. Lisbon (Portugal) – 16.67
  12. Krakow (Poland) – 16.46
  13. Zadar (Croatia) – 16.41
  14. Saint Petersburg (Russia) – 16.34
  15. Munich (Germany) – 16.27
  16. Tirana (Albania) – 16.21
  17. Wroclaw (Poland) – 16.16
  18. Poznan (Poland) – 16.00
  19. Gdynia (Poland) – 15.77
  20. London (Great Britain) – 15.65

(Srbija Danas, 28.03.2021)

https://www.srbijadanas.com/biz/vesti/na-kom-mestu-je-beograd-pogledajte-kako-se-krecu-cene-nekretnina-u-evropi-2021-03-28

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