Pricing in an Illiquid Real Estate Market
Paul Anglin and
Robin Wiebe ()
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Robin Wiebe: Conference Board of Canada
Journal of Real Estate Research, 2013, vol. 35, issue 1, 83-102
Using a repeat sales data set, this paper tests whether a single small seller can influence the selling price of their house. We find that this influence exists and, since the estimated magnitude of the effect is larger than expected, we verify the estimate using several supplementary tests.
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