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Transportation Accessibility Benefit and the Dynamic Pattern of Real Estate Prices: Emerging Literature

Aliyu Ahmad Aliyu, Olurotimi Adebowale Kemiki and Muhammad Umar Bello
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Aliyu Ahmad Aliyu: Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University
Olurotimi Adebowale Kemiki: Federal University of Technology Minna
Muhammad Umar Bello: Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University

Traektoriâ Nauki = Path of Science, 2018, vol. 4, issue 11, 1001-1016

Abstract: Location preference is a repeatedly debated subject in urban land economics. By and large, these deliberations are either empirical or theoretical in nature. A sizeable number of the previous studies tackle the question of most favorable location provisional on a certain set of constrictions. Moreover, other studies are dedicated to elucidating the nature (worth) of a real property at a particular location. Nevertheless, the problem of ascertaining the indicators that influence real property price is general to both sets of studies. The current body of knowledge on the impact of transportation infrastructure on real estate prices is diverse in its outcome and result with particular reference to degree or extent of impact as well as bearing, ranging from a negative to an unimportant or a positive effect. On the literature results, multiple spatial lag variables were found to be statistically significant signifying that a number of features or attributes of adjoining residential accommodations have significant influence on the subject residential property's value. Whereas the largest part of earlier hedonic price empirical studies considered only selected factors (such as, positive as well as negative impacts of single transportation mode or means, positive or else negative impacts of multiple transportation modes) into account, the majority of recent empirical studies, however, considered all these key determinants, factors and indicators into consideration for analyzing joint impacts of transportation facility. Through considerable strategy, policy in addition to planning or forecasting implications underlying the association between transit oriented developments and real estate values and the difference between previous studies’ outcomes and results, there is a strong necessity and requirement for further study and analysis to ascertain an advanced, reliable in addition to dependable level of conclusiveness.

Keywords: Accessibility; Land Price; Location; Property Value and Transportation Facility (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R33 R42 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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