Scary ski resorts: the most expensive in the world

There are many people who love the mountains, there are those who are lucky enough to live there and those who would like to move all year round. As described in the previous guides, the real estate market is constantly changing. Especially in a period like this, in which uncertainty reigns supreme. There are those who say that it is worth buying a property now. And there are those who believe it is wiser to wait. Contrasting opinions, which can only be silenced with one element: the mathematical data. For all those who wish to look into real estate or who have always dreamed of relocating to the mountains, this column will be really useful. We will tell you what are the highest prices in the most famous ski resorts. So, without getting lost in small talk, let's do an in-depth analysis together!

Before leaving, we must make a premise. The places we are going to describe are the most luxurious ones. Therefore, today's leading segment is the luxury one. Which means that we are already talking about high figures. But let's try to draw up a ranking.
Among the places where buying a property in the mountains means taking a very important step, St. Moritz stands out in Switzerland. In this location, a chalet has reached 47 million euros. No less important is the amount required in Austria to relocate with style and without giving up any comfort. That's 30 million euros for a property in Kitzbühel. The cheapest solution? Always the Swiss Zermatt with '' only '' 20 million euros. And if you think the ranking can run out here, between Switzerland and Austria, well, you are wrong. We have decided to expand our address book, including places outside Europe.

On the international scene, Aspen dominates in the USA. Perhaps one of the most famous ski resorts, like St. Moritz! At 22 million, it's still more affordable than its European companion, but it's not for all budgets!
More importantly, but only in terms of price and not fame, Vail, Colorado. The city reaches 26,900 euros per square meter. Exorbitant figures, but which make us understand how the luxury segment is still very selective and inaccessible to a large part of the population. Canada could not fail to have an important slice in this ranking. With its 12.400 million, it leads Whistler Blackcomb to emerge in the panorama of international luxury brick.

Strange but true, the Italians Cortina and Courmayeur are positioned in the cheapest part of our ranking. Respectively 16 thousand and 12 thousand euros. Prices, summarily, seem to have dropped slightly compared to past years. Certainly thanks to the pandemic emergency, which has also blocked, in many cases, the ski seasons. In the hope that everything can return to complete normality, we invite you to inform yourself every day on the international real estate market. As? Simply by reading our mini guides and columns that you will find on our portals. And you, do you want to relocate yourself in the mountains to be able to ski a stone's throw from home, or do you prefer the warmer areas?

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