City stats: how rivals measure up

A round-up of data that impact rival cities’ housing markets

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Residents of the US city have more money in their pockets as the cost of living in the Canadian city soars

Australia’s two largest cities attract the majority of the country’s immigrants but once there, their experiences differ

Demographics and government exert different pressures on the housing markets of these near-neighbours

Residents in Norway’s capital are happier than those in Finland, despite paying more for their housing and beer

The capitals of Japan and South Korea are both facing the demographic challenge of an ageing population

Tourists flock to both of these Mediterranean cities but they offer differences in terms of quality of life

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Rivals that vie for UK’s ‘second city’ status both show growth but also differences in housing markets

The housing markets of rival cities in the US reflect differences in population, crime and transport

The first of a series comparing the factors that impact the housing markets of rival cities looks at the US west coast