In a new report, RENTCafé focused on the top 30 financial centers of the world and how their rentals compare in terms of price.
The financial centers were chosen by the Z/Yen Group’s Global Financial Centres Index, which measures factors like competitiveness and transaction volume. Once the financial centers were chosen, RENTCafé calculated each city’s average rent for one-bedroom units between 600 and 999 square feet.
Below, check out an interactive infographic created by RENTCafé that compares the average prices of one-bedroom rentals in the top 30 financial centers of the world. The bigger the tile, the pricier the rental. Readers can also tap or hover over the tiles to see the average rents in U.S. dollars.
If you can’t see the graph, shown above, click here to be sent to RENTCafé’s report.
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