Implicit House Prices: Variation over Time and Space in Spain
Stanley McGreal and
Paloma Taltavull de La Paz ()
Urban Studies, 2013, vol. 50, issue 10, 2024-2043
Asking price has a fundamental influence on market behaviour and understanding how attributes affect the perceived price of housing. This paper employs a large database of houses from the Spanish housing market to estimate the role of attributes in asking price formation. STAR methodology and GLM with random effects are used to extract the price of attributes and the spatial and time pattern. Results show that the pricing of attributes varies by geographical region and over time with property size and economic and demographic attributes being the key variables explaining asking price formation.
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