Many Americans are looking for that “perfect place” to live. A locale that offers a wealth of cultural attractions, good schools, a robust job market and a heady economy. But most often these places come with a hefty price tag.
Today slow wage growth, inflation, expensive housing and rising taxes are making many U.S. states unaffordable places to live for thousands of middle-class wage earners.To find out which U.S. states in 2019 are the most expensive to reside in, CNBC analyzed the Cost of Living category in its annual America’s Top States for Business ranking, which rates all 50 states based on an index of average costs for basic items ranging from groceries to housing.
Here is the list of the most expensive places to live in America. Price data is based on the 2018 Annual Average Cost of Living Index by the Council for Community and Economic Research, C2ER. Continue at Source: America’s 10 most expensive states to live in 2019
The International Construction Cost Report compares top cities globally to reveal the factors effecting construction expenses worldwide.
London is among the world’s top ten most expensive cities to build in, according to the latest International Construction Costs report, published by Arcadis. According to the study of comparative construction costs across 100 global cities, London is the 6th most expensive city in the world for construction, beaten only by international mega cities like New York (1st), San Francisco (2nd) and Hong Kong (3rd). In contrast, the 10 least expensive cities for construction are situated predominantly in Asia.
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