About This Statistic
This statistic shows the average monthly gross rent, including the cost of utilities (energy and water) for an apartment in major European cities in 2015. The source did not provide further specifications as to the size of the apartment presented in the figures. It only provided information that it was "average rent prices for local households; normal local rent". Data as of 2015 showed that the most expensive monthly rentals happened on the housing market in the capital of the United Kingdom, with Londoners paying approximately 2,360 U.S. dollars on average for their homes. Second in the ranking was Luxembourg, with its inhabitants paying on average 2,130 U.S. dollars monthly for their rented accommodation. Third was the capital of Norway, with over seventy thousand residential buildings on the market, and rental prices coming close to the barrier of two thousand U.S. dollars, at 1,940 dollars monthly. At the other end of the spectrum, Sofia was listed as one of the most rental cost-friendly large cities in Europe, where rental prices did not exceed approximately 310 U.S. dollars monthly on average.