Various factors are able to put together a accommodation letting bazaar easier said than done to negotiate, such because tight supply and fierce competition for the most desirable properties. But chief among potentially problematic rental factors is the cost. To get an indication of how stretched renters are in each market and Real Estate Consulting looked at the rent-to-income ratios in 40 Major Cities around the globe. It’s a combination of reasonably high household income and job growth (meaning cities less-affected by recession or ones growing again), and barriers to home ownership (i.e. cost), as well as a long-term trend toward density. Read on and see the countdown to the city with the highest rent-to-income ratio. The facts are for metropolitan areas.