Forking out a substantial part of your salary on EMIs for home loans or rents is definitely not fun. If anything, it is downright painful. And if you have been cribbing about it a lot lately, then consider the rates in these cities. It will immediately make you feel better.
Housing market of these cities have shown little signs of cooling and prices are disproportionately high, primarily on account of enormous demand and scarcity of properties. As a result, the poor are mostly priced out or forced to share matchbox-sized apartments with others, while the middle class spend decades in repaying hefty home loans or lose half their salaries on rents.
Just scroll through our slideshow to find out which cities are home to such red-hot property markets and also understand what makes them so darned expensive.