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Paper eres2015_292:
Measuring the effect of unobservable factors in residential choice behavior

id eres2015_292
authors Lundgren, Berndt; Fan Yang Wallentin
year 2015
title Measuring the effect of unobservable factors in residential choice behavior
source 22nd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
summary Previous research has shown that it is likely that residential choice behavior is mostly affected by unobservable factors. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the effect of heterogeneous unobservable factors in residential developments on residential choice behavior using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. __Our results show that there are significant effects of unobservable factors on residential choice behavior. The methodology presented can be used to advise developers, architects or planners in evaluating those attributes that create value to improve, for example, the overall design solutions in real estate development projects.
keywords Residential choice behavior, real estate development, structural equation modeling
series ERES:conference
type paper session
email berndt.lundgren@abe.kth.se
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session Real Estate Development
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