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The Most Expensive Financial Center Rent Is …

Phil Hall
Mar 23, 2017
When living in the world’s financial center capitals, it helps immeasurably to have plenty of money to pay for rental properties

When living in the world’s financial center capitals, it helps immeasurably to have plenty of money to pay for rental properties. And according to a new survey from RENTCafé, three U.S. financial centers have the world’s highest rents.
 
In an overview of the 30 top global financial centers, New York City boasted the highest monthly rent, with a $3,680 average rent for a one-bedroom apartment. San Francisco came in second, averaging $3,360 for the rent on a one-bedroom apartment, followed by Boston at $2,930. Other pricey markets included Hong Kong at $2,740, Geneva at $2,320 and Zurich at $2,200.
 
At the bottom of list, the most affordable global financial center was the Moroccan city of Casablanca, where the average rent on a one-bedroom apartment was $820. 
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