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Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 17:48
Top 10 world's costliest cities for homebuyers
By Chinadaily.com.cn
Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 17:48 By Chinadaily.com.cn

Hong Kong is the most expensive city for homebuyers with the average price of a home about US$1.24 million, followed by Singapore and Shanghai, according to consultancy CBRE's 2019 Global Living report.

Moreover, the list ranked the Chinese cities of Shanghai in third place, Shenzhen in fifth, and Beijing in ninth.

Now, let's take a look at the 10 cities with the highest home prices in the world.

No 10 Paris 

Average price of a home: US$625,299

A view of Paris taken from the Tour Saint-Jacques with the Chatelet Theater in the foreground, the Seine River and Pont des Arts, the French Accademia, the Invalides and the Eiffel Tower on April 26, 2019. (ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP)

No 9 Beijing 

Average price of a home: US$629,276

This undated photo shows a view of the central business district in Beijing. (PHOTO / VCG)

No 8 London 

Average price of a home: US$646,937

In this undated photo, the skyline of London is seen from Victoria Tower. (PHOTO / VCG)

No 7 New York 

Average price of a home: US$647,500

The undated photo shows the skyline of New York City . (PHOTO / VCG)

No 6 Los Angeles 

Average price of a home: US$679,200

The Beverly Hills shopping street is seen in Los Angeles, Jan 9, 2018. (PHOTO / IC)

No 5 Shenzhen 

Average price of a home: US$680,283

An aerial view of Shenzhen is seen on Nov 5, 2018. (PHOTO / VCG)

No 4 Vancouver 

Average price of a home: US$815,322

Bikers are seen in Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada, Sept 20, 2017. (PHOTO / IC)

No 3 Shanghai 

Average price of a home: US$872,555

Tourists pose for photographs at the Bund, a major scenic spot on the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. (WANG GANG / FOR CHINA DAILY)

No 2 Singapore 

Average price of a home: US$874,372

The Marina Bay Sands Hotel is seen in Singapore. (PHOTO / VCG)

No 1 Hong Kong 

Average price of a home: US$1,235,220

The Hong Kong skyline is seen from Victoria Peak, June 23, 2016. (PHOTO / IC)

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