Dynamic pricing in the Singapore condominium market
Eric Fesselmeyer () and
Haoming Liu ()
Economics Letters, 2014, vol. 124, issue 1, 147-150
Dynamic pricing strategies are likely an important consideration of Singapore condominium developers because of the durability of condominiums, price transparency, and the long sales period. While we do not observe any systematic relationship between the new sale prices and time of purchase, we do find that quality-adjusted price increases and the quality of units purchased decreases over the new sale period. These results suggest that condominium developers allow early buyers to purchase high quality units at discounted prices but do not extend the price discount to later buyers of low quality units.
Keywords: Dynamic pricing; Housing markets; Repeated sales method (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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