World Leaders with the Most Expensive Homes, Ranked

A new report by the property valuation experts at Emoov reveals the eye-watering price tags attached to the homes of world leaders.

For the valuation, Emoov’s experts took a range of factors into account, including price per m2 in the city, age of property plus a cultural premium of 30% to estimate the market price for each property.

20 World Leaders’ Homes Ranked from Most to Least Expensive

  1. Queen Elizabeth II – Buckingham Palace: £4.9bn
  2. Hassanal Bolkiah (Sultan of Brunei) – Istana Nurul Iman: £3.01bn
  3. Moon Jae-in – The Blue House: £1.46bn
  4. Emmanuel Macron – Elysée Palace: £1.41bn
  5. Vladimir Putin – Grand Kremlin Palace: £1.3bn
  6. Sergio Mattarella – Quirinal Palace: £1.2bn
  7. Shinzo Abe – Kantei: £7.34m
  8. Donald Trump – Trump Tower: £630m
  9. Recep Tayyip Erdogan – The White Palace: £628m
  10. Ram Nath Kovind – Rashtrapati Bhavan: £471m
  11. Donald Trump – The White House: £396m
  12. Miloš Zeman – Prague Castle: £358m
  13. Pedro Sánchez – Palacio de la Moncloa: £150m
  14. Boris Johnson – 10 Downing Street: £61m
  15. Scott Morrison – The Lodge: £47m
  16. Justin Trudeau – Rideau Cottage: £40m
  17. Jair Bolsonaro – Palácio da Alvorada: £20m
  18. King Salman – Justice Palace: £14m
  19. Joko Widodo – Merdeka Palace: £6m
  20. Angela Merkel – Chancellery: £912k