How Does Housing in European Capitals Compare to London?

by Housesimple on 5th May 2015

There’s no denying London house prices are generally more expensive than other parts of the UK, but have you ever wondered how it compares to other European capitals? According to HomeLet, the average price of rent in Central London is said to be about £1,390 a month, which is fairly expensive by anybody’s standard; however this isn’t necessarily representative of prices around the continent.

Our latest infographic compares the cost of living in London with five other European capitals: Berlin, Madrid, Paris, Rome and Stockholm. Looking at the price of properties, rates of homelessness and rent prices for example, the affordability of London (or lack of) compared with other European capitals may surprise you!

How Does Housing in European Capitals Compare to London?