According to the survey results, housing prices in 31 of the 39 cities have increased, but the average increase is only about half of the previous years level. The report points out that the general slowdown in price growth also reflects to a certain extent that the property market has gradually stabilized after the implementation of various cooling measures, and the excessive rise of house prices has been effectively curbed.
In addition, in 2019, the top ten cities with the highest residential rents are New York, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Singapore, Los Angeles, Dublin, Jeddah, Dubai, London and Riyadh. According to the survey results of the housing rental market, the Middle East cities account for four of the top ten most expensive rental cities.
In addition to housing related prices, the report also surveys some daily consumption data. For example, the price of a cup of coffee in Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai is about $4.30, ranking seventh to ninth in the coffee list, with a price gap of less than $1 compared with Dubai, which ranks first. From the perspective of fitness membership fees, Shanghai has the highest price among the three cities in the mainland, ranking eleventh in the world with $53.64 per month. In addition, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen three cities medium-class restaurants all cost US $28.6 to eat, which is beyond the 28 on the list, and the price is less than one third of New York, which is the top one.
New Beijing News reporter Zhang Xiaolan cartographer Li Hewei