MOVING INTENTION AND CONDOMINIUM LOCATION CHOICE BEHAVIORS
||MOVING INTENTION AND CONDOMINIUM LOCATION CHOICE BEHAVIORS
||Book of Abstracts: 15th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Kraków, Poland
||This paper intends to quantify the extent to which mass transit and other factors impact on the selection of condominium location. The study is based on Bangkok, Thailand data collected during August 2006. The analysis will examine three groups of variables: (1) demand profile (career type, income level, number of household, and current dwelling type), (2) reasons to move, and (3) location (reasons to choose location, distance between prospective location and the city center – especially mass transit station locations, and distance between current dwelling and seeking condominium. The research results are aim to benefit to condominium developers, governmental policy maker on mass transit plans, condominium buyers on each of the stakeholders’ part of involvement for condominium sustainability developments.
||condominium, location, purchasing behaviors
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