The TRUE cost of living in NEW YORK CITY



A look at the cost of living in New York City one of the most expensive places to live on Earth and how you can live and travel here on a cheap budget!

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47 Replies to “The TRUE cost of living in NEW YORK CITY”

  1. Jaime Flores

    I live in Toronto and somehow looks the same as in NYC (Currency exchange aside) Rent is extremely high if you want to live in GTA (The Greater Toronto area). It has its advantages but yeah it can be painful. Great video! Thanks for sharing.

  2. luis igrejas

    Hi. I live in Lisbon and rent an apartment became a nightmare. fews and very expensives due to RB&B, and foreigners buyers like rich brasilians, chineses, and frenchs, because Lisboa it's very trendy at the moment. but locals suffer a lot and have to go to ourskirts. that's live. I 'm a New York addict!! beautiful memories from that amazing city!! enjoy it as much as u can!! ugs

  3. Honey Jane Wabe

    I was looking the cost of living in Syracuse, NY but I supposed it's the same as living sown town around that much. But not living by glam just simple and om budget LOL! Thank you.🎉 2019 cheers

  4. Florence P

    I can't believe the internet costs as much as 90 dollars per month in the US?! I pay 59 euros (67 dollars) per month for internet + TV and it's considered expensive in the EU.

  5. ABC2018

    Finland (medium size city)
    rent 650 $
    food 205 $
    electric 28$
    cell 10 $
    water 20 $
    Internet 0 $
    transportation (gas) 35 $
    jacket 60 $
    gym card 35 $
    Tinder 15 $ (if getting girls then need to add + 600 $ every month)

  6. Blake Harrison

    Living in Birmingham (which is one of the nicer neighborhoods in Alabama) is dirt cheap. You can buy a decent house for about $225,000 but renting an apartment is sort of cheaper. But a car is necessary so depending on how much you're willing to spend

  7. Mae_Ann

    My apartment here in Philippines only cost $65 a month. That $1000 is already 2-3 months consumption that includes electric bill, water, internet,mobile,transpo,snacks,gym and more. 😂😂😂

  8. Bruno Vicente

    College student in Porto, Portugal. Total cost of living (tuition fees, rent (I share the house with 3 other people), transport, food and some other expenses) comes down to around 700€ per month, still 200€ more than the minimum monthly salary here

  9. Andre Crawford

    Watching these videos just upset me

    I want to come international to nyc from england, to study act and film.

    Not looking like I’ll ever get there, I’m already 22 it’s going to be too late soon 🙁

  10. Elena Bondarenco

    I live in Budapest and it is 1k euro per month including 1bedroom apartment rent in city center…but it is way more expensive than it was 2-3 years ago when budapest wasn't so touristy and prices didn't go up in the sky, meanwhile salaries remained and taxes rose….don't come visit Budapest, you make us poor 🙁

  11. Javi Soles

    Hey old timers like myself I paid only $800 for my apartment and I lived in 52 street in Madison while the other renters paid up to $3000 a month and it’s being renovated three times allready since I moved here in 1997 I buy my groceries in Bushwick brooklyn(what was once ghetto and dangerous is now a hipster place)from salads to fruits meat and sodas come to 500 a month I use the subway $121 a month for a one month unlimited metro card and internet $100 a month electricity $85 a month and gas around $35 to $40 a month I love to cook and I don’t go out I only go out with my girlfriend on special occasions and I don’t have a profesional job iam a trucker I make around $3800 to $4000 a month so lucky me a native New Yorker del sorry for new comers changes are good.

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