Australian Removalists company Assured published the rating of the high cost of housing, based on the ratio of the average of net wages to the cost of an average home.
Israel ranked 75-th row from 115 countries. To buy a home, the Israelite need 19 years to set aside each month one average net salary (in total 228 salaries).
It is easier to buy a home in Suriname, where an average apartment can accumulate, leaving just 22 and a half monthly salaries (1.87 years).
Next come Saudi Arabia, where the apartment need to work 3 years, Oman and the Bahamas (3.4 years), USA (4.2 years), Honduras (4,7), Brunei (4.8 V), Jamaica (5), Kuwait (5,6) and Qatar (7,5).
Almost impossible to save up for an apartment in countries such as Tajikistan and Venezuela, where to buy want to defer salary for 33 years. In El Salvador, it will take 36 years, in China and Vietnam is 41, Bhutan and Maldives – 51.
The average citizen of Solomon Islands, Barbados and Papua New Guinea has no chance to save for their own homes. In these countries, to buy an apartment, you want to defer salary within 106, 134, and 182 years, respectively.