Oxford é il posto più costoso in Gran Bretagna, dove il rapporto prezzo degli immobili/stipendi medi risulta essere il peggiore dell'Isola.
Segue a ruota Londra, ovviamente.
Oxford is the most unaffordable place in Britain in which to buy a house, with a property price to earnings ratio that even outstrips London, new analysis has found. Average house prices in the city are 16.1 times the local average annual income compared with 15.7 times in London, according to research by an Oxford university professor. The average cost of a house in Oxford in 2014 was £426,720, with the city’s workers earning on average £26,500 a year. In London the average house price was £501,520 and the average wage £31,950 a year.