Price per Square Meter Calculator
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How to calculate the price per square meterHow to use the price per square meter calculatorExample: comparing the price per square meter of different propertiesFAQsIf you've ever wondered how to calculate a price per square meter, you've come to the right place with our price per square meter calculator. Calculating a price per square meter isn't rocket science, but it can be a real headache. But fret not — with our price or cost per square meter calculator, long and painful calculations are a thing of the past.
Read on to find out:
 How to calculate the cost per square meter; and
 How to use our price per m^{2} calculator.
On top of that, at the end of this article, we'll show you an example of how to calculate and compare the price per square meter of different properties by hand. Ready?
How to calculate the price per square meter
The price per square meter makes it easier to compare different properties. You can use this measure to determine whether a property is financially viable. If you want to learn more about calculating square meters, visit our square meter calculator. But for now, the real question is how to calculate the price per square meter.
Well, the formula is straightforward:
If you are not looking to buy but to rent, you can use a similar formula to calculate the price per square meter of rent. Here it is:
Don't know the floor space of the property? Don't worry, we've got just what you need. Try our surface area calculator.
How to use the price per square meter calculator
Our square meter price calculator is very userfriendly. Just follow the steps below:

Enter the price or monthly rent of the property.

Enter the surface area in square meters.

The price per square meter is displayed automatically. You can show the result in other units by clicking on the
m²
in the calculator fields. You can also use our square meter converter. 
But that's not all! Our square meter price calculator lets you compare the price per square meter of other properties. All you have to do is tick the
Yes
box in the below sections. 
New fields appear for you to enter the details of the new property. Follow the same steps as for the first property.

The price per square meter of the second property is displayed.

If you have another property to compare, tick the
Yes
box again and proceed as before. 
And, that's it! Easy, isn't it?
Example: comparing the price per square meter of different properties
In this section, we will see a concrete example of how to calculate and compare the price per square meter of three different properties.
The time has finally come to buy your first home. You've visited several properties, and three have caught your eye. They are pretty similar in style but differ in price and surface area. You want to know which is the cheapest in terms of price per square meter.
 The price of the first house is $406,000 for 150 m^{2}.
 The second house is priced at $410,000 for 152 m^{2}.
 Finally, the price of the third house is $402,000 for 148 m^{2}.
Let's use the formula seen above:
According to our calculations, the second house is the least expensive in terms of price per square meter. Don't hesitate to check the results with our price per m^{2} calculator.
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How do I calculate a price per square meter?
To calculate a price per square meter:
 Note the price of the property.
 Divide the price by the surface area.
 That's it! The result is the price per square meter.
What is a 100 square meter house price?
$250,000, assuming the price per square meter is $2,500. To calculate it, use this formula:
 house price = price per m^{2} × house surface area
In our case:
 house price = $2,500 per m^{2} × 100 m^{2} = $250,000
Where is the most expensive square meter in the world?
The Principality of Monaco ranks first for the highest price per square meter. This is due to a mix of small surface areas and high population density. The average price per square meter is $55,852 (€51,418).
What is a $400,000 house surface area?
170 m^{2}, assuming the price per square meter is around $2,353. To calculate it, use this formula:
 house surface area = house price / price per m^{2}
In our case:
 house surface area = $400,000 / $2,353 per m^{2} = 170 m^{2}