Thursday, February 1, 2018

How much residential space could you rent with $1,500 in 30 global cities?

I saw this chart on Twitter via Simon Kuestenmacher.

Infographic: Where Renters Get the Most and Least Space | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

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  4. Map of real estate prices in Sao Paulo
  5. Empty spaces in the crowd: Residential vacancy in São Paulo


UPDATE [6 Feb 2018] Apparently, the data is for 2016. The source of the date is a real state intelligence company called Yardi Matrix. They have another version of the chart that includes the 100 most populous cities in the US.

How much residential space could you rent with $1,500 in the 100 most populous US cities?


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

not true regarding Berlin, those are 15 years old numbers

Anonymous said...

Indeed, those stats seem a bit off ...

GC said...

Can't see Berlin. Already amended/updated? Or user-specific?

Baralai said...

And for Seoul it's just misleading: rents are low but you have to pay incredibly high deposits (like 10s of thousands of $) that get put in the bank for interests by the owners.

Unknown said...

Stats are a bit useless when not accounting for purchasing power in those cities.