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DO HIGH-RISE APARTMENT CONDOS EQUALLY REVALUE THE NEIGHBORING HOUSING? AN ANALYSIS OF ŅUŅOA, SANTIAGO DE CHILE

id eres2010_092
authors Marmolejo Duarte, Carlos; Skarmeta Cornejo, Esteban; Aguirre Núņez, Carlos
year 2010
title DO HIGH-RISE APARTMENT CONDOS EQUALLY REVALUE THE NEIGHBORING HOUSING? AN ANALYSIS OF ŅUŅOA, SANTIAGO DE CHILE
source 17th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Milan, Italy
summary Many studies have analyzed the market premium enjoyed by houses located within gated communities; nevertheless little or no attention has been paid on the impact that such a sort of development produces on the surrounding housing market. This question becomes very important in the cities in which gated communities or other common interest communities, aimed to medium and high socioeconomic groups, are traditionally confined to low incomes enclaves. Salcedo & Torres (2004) and Caceres & Sabatini (2004), from a qualitative perspective, have suggested that this social proximity produces various benefits like improvement of value expectations of land from the original settlers, among others.
keywords Real Estate values, hedonic prices, GWR, gated communities, high-rise condos
series ERES:conference
email carlos.marmolejo@upc.edu
more http://www.eres2010.org/index.asp?page=papers_download
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session Real Estate Valuation (3)
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