What It’s Worth: $750,000

Whether you’re in the biggest city or smallest suburban town, every map dot in America has something unique to offer.

But one of the biggest deciding factors when choosing where to live or relocate to is often cost of living in that area. To say that cost of living varies across the country would be a massive understatement — oftentimes an entirely new and different lifestyle can become available to homeowners and renters just by uprooting and relocating.

In this episode of ‘What It’s Worth’, we’re taking a $750,000 budget and testing it out in four different U.S. cities.

A bustling urban environment like Brooklyn, New York will get you a much smaller pad than the same amount of money could score you in Leoma, Tennessee.

We're going coast to coast and north to south to show you just how different these four cities are when it comes to cost of living.

Watch the video above to see what $750,000 will get you in these four major cities. 

18 most expensive cities to live in the world in 2018
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18 most expensive cities to live in the world in 2018

18. Yokohama, Japan.

17. Jerusalem, Israel.

16. Busan, South Korea.

15. Copenhagen, Denmark.

14. Tel Aviv, Israel.

13. Beijing, China.

12. Stavanger, Norway.

11. Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

10. Shanghai, China.

9. Oslo, Norway.

8. Seoul, South Korea.

7. Tokyo, Japan.

6. Luanda, Angola.

5. Bern, Switzerland.

4. Basel, Switzerland.

3. Geneva, Switzerland.

2. Zurich, Switzerland.

1. Caracas, Venezuela.

Kilfedder said, "The economic situation in Venezuela has become increasingly volatile with inflation reaching an astounding 7,000 (seven thousand) percent in the year to March 2018 and 1,800 percent over the last six months alone. The cost of goods has increased exponentially as the economic and political situation has deteriorated and despite the plummeting value of the Bolivar, Caracas sits at the top of our cost of living rankings."


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