Would you like to know what the most expensive cities to live in North America are? If you know your way around Canada and the United States, you probably have some idea of which cities could possibly form part of this list, yet in other cases, you might be in for a surprise. After all, there have been quite some changes in the real estate market over the past decade, thus guaranteeing some newcomers to the club of the most expensive cities to live in North America.
You might have already seen one of our previous lists on the top 10 richest cities in the world and become interested in this topic. Thus, we have decided to present a new list, dedicated especially to those with a high income, regarding the most expensive cities to live in North America. If you are thinking of moving and have the necessary income, there are plenty of different places to choose from. Ranging from cultural hotspots, to cities by the water, the following cities offer their inhabitants a great quality of life, making them very sought after destinations and raising their cost of living index as a result.
Apart from having a lot to offer, the most expensive cities to live in North America have set themselves apart from the rest for various reasons. The main factor being of course their housing prices, which for some reason tend to continue growing, sometimes even defying national trends. Canada hosts several such cities, where sales and prices are growing at an alarming rate.
If you wish to find out more, be sure to keep on reading, as the following list of the most expensive cities to live in North America surely has some surprises in store for you.
An average home will cost you around $344,400 in Seattle. This coastal seaport city boasts the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States, thanks to a booming economy based on trade with Asia.
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