The World's Most Expensive Place to Buy a House

The priciest place in the world to buy property is the French Riviera. Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns has been discovering what you can get for your money.

London Mayoral Hopeful Hails Housing Plans
03:56 - Zac Goldsmith, London MP and conservative candidate for mayor, discusses the plan to increase home ownership in London by expanding its "help to buy" scheme in a city where the average home now costs more than half a million pounds. He speaks to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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