According to data released by Numbeo, Tirana has the most expensive flats in
Europe and the world. It should be borne in mind that the cost of living refers to the cost of living and
incomes. Numbeo has taken 267 cities to study according to the report
income tax. This report is the most trustworthy indicator for achieving assessments.
An apartment in Tirana costs 70 or 100 thousand euros, and given the income of
low, it takes too long to become its owner, compared to an apartment in
Vienna, Paris, New York, Milan, Florence, Lisbon, Barcelona, Istanbul, Geneva etc, writes
According to this index in the Albanian capital need 18.3 years of income to buy a flat,
while in Paris, a family needs 16.4 years, in Vienna 12.9 years. It takes 10 years in New York, at
Cyrih 10.1, in Milan 17.8 years. In Barcelona, 13.1 years are enough.
Even compared to 5 years ago, it takes a lot more time to buy an apartment
in the Albanian capital. According to the same order of Numbeo in 2012, when reported for
the first time the data for the Albanian capital, Tirana was ranked 104th place and needed
12.5 years to become the owner of an apartment.
The rise in house prices at much faster rates than income has made it
it becomes increasingly difficult to buy an apartment (compared to 10 years ago prices
The most expensive in the region is Serbia, where it takes more than 22 years to become a homeowner.
In the region, the city where families need less years to buy an apartment is
Sarajevo, with 13.3 years. In Skopje this indicator is 15.1. In Athens, where prices have fallen
so that after the crisis that jeopardized the country's exit from the euro, it takes about 10 years to buy one
In Europe, more expensive than Tirana are only three cities: Rome, Belgrade, and London. Most i
the dear is London, where it would take 24 years to buy an apartment.
The most expensive city in the world to buy an apartment is Hong Kong, this should be ready
half of life (38 years) to become the owner.