The ten countries - members of OECD where the real estate market is at the lowest price were announced by a study conducted for the organisation.
Researchers estimated the ratio of value - purchasing power in 34 countries - members of the OECD from Western and developing world and concluded, taking into account the historical course of sizes.
The property prices in relation to wages, but also this ratio in relation to the past, gave as a result a list of ten countries of which the second place is occupied Greece. The first place is won by Spain, while Greece is followed in third place by Finland.
The countries with the lowest property values are: