What City Is The Most Expensive To Live In?

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Deemarcas Day Profile
Deemarcas Day answered
In US, New York City, I believe
Santa Fe, New Mexico is very expensive as well, while I was there, the paper had stories of lawyers who loved the area, moved there, and had to share a house in order to afford it.
Asheville, North Carolina is extremely overpriced for what it has to offer, it' about 10 years of less behind Santa Fe.  All 3 cities are on the top ten of art destinations.
I imagine that any of the top 10 art destinations are very expensive places to live.
I know that for close to a decade Asheville attracted a lot of hippie artists, but once they had the  name, they ran the hippies off. It is also called the "Little San Franciso" of the south because of the gay population. We know that the gay population has more discretionary income.
james caison Profile
james caison answered
I suppose it would be any city that you were in if you were not making enough money to live in that city. On the serious side of this, it cost as much a week to park a car in New York city as some people earn in lots of cities !
Sarah Profile
Sarah answered
Paris because it the city of fashion
John Profile
John answered
Just about all major cities in the u.s. Here where i live they have suites in the new hi- rise downtown for 1 million dollars each.
yarnlady Profile
yarnlady answered
Tokyo has reclaimed it's place as number one, displacing Moscow. They seem to switch places year to year.
Mark Brookshire Profile
Mark Brookshire answered
I have heard New York was. I know Hong Kong is very expensive. I was told Western Canada was the most expensive to purchase land.
Merlin Paine Profile
Merlin Paine answered
According to Mercer's World Cost of Living Survey for the year 2009. New York city has the eighth highest cost of living in the world....And the highest cost of living in the United States. Tokyo Japan had the highest in the world......
Thomas Profile
Thomas answered
Tokyo is the world's most expensive city, according to Mercer's 2009 Worldwide Cost of Living survey

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