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Paper eres2016_346:
Are Real Estate Cycle Lengths and Magnitudes Changing?

id eres2016_346
authors Mueller, Glenn; Andrew Mueller
year 2016
title Are Real Estate Cycle Lengths and Magnitudes Changing?
source 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Regensburg, Germany
summary Real Estate has been shown to be a cyclical asset class over the years that has mostly followed economic cycles. This paper looks at the physical real estate cycle of demand and supply driving the occupancy cycle which drives the rent cycle. The length of historic cycles is compared and contrasted to the magnitude of these cycles in different property types. This information is then used to forecast future cycle lengths and magnitudes. Finally the real estate financial cycle of property prices is compared to the physical cycle as the two cycles determine total returns for investors.
series ERES:conference
type paper session
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session Real Estate Economics
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