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It doesn't necessarily have to do with the size, right? I mean, bigger cities are more expensive because they have a higher demand for things due to all the people that what to live there, correct. Does the higher the population automatically mean the higher the cost of living? And what about the population density? Does the more urban (as opposed to spread out suburban) a city is automatically make it more expensive? Doesn't it all boil down to supply and demand? It's just that there is a bigger demand in bigger cities and the urban core is often a very sought after location, making it more expensive and valuable, right? If there were absolutely no demand in Manhattan at all, it could be very cheap, couldn't it? Please help, thanks!