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Reference Request: Cost Benefit Analysis of Conversion of Undeveloped Land for Housing

London is surrounded by a "green belt", a large area which government policy has protected from housing development. The current high cost of housing in London has led some to advocate a selective ...
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Authoritative Books on Subprime Mortgage Crisis

I'm looking to learn more in detail about the situations and actions that setup the sub-prime mortgage crisis. In particular I'm looking for an authoritative book or books that provides a multifaceted ...
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Why do people not all live right on top of each other in monocentric city model?

I'm supposed to learn to derive the monocentric city model from these assumptions: everyone has the same preferences, same income, same work location (Central Business District, single point with ...
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Listed property price v.s. transaction price

A house may be listed at a certain price (e.g. £200,000), but sells for a different price (e.g. £210,000). In terms of economic theory, how does the transaction price tell us more information than ...
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How much do real-estate prices correlate with apartment rental prices?

I've been trying to find sources that mention this, and have tried to find graphs of data so I can compare myself, but I haven't been able to. Do real-estate sale prices correlate positively, ...
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Test data for repeat sales indices

I'm interested in calculating a repeat sales index like that of Case and Shiller (1987) or Bailey, Muth and Nourse (1963). While I believe I have a handle on the econometrics, to test my ...
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Literature Request: how does the house quality distribution change endogenously over time?

Is there existing literature on how the distribution of housing quality changes with time? For example, literature saying "using 2000 as a baseline distribution $X$, the housing quality distribution ...
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What is the rate of new house construction in Auckland, New Zealand?

What is the rate of new house construction in Auckland, New Zealand, where the housing market seems to have gone to the roof? Assuming that the current high prices of Auckland houses are a result of ...
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Why are New Zealand houses so badly insulated?

New Zealand is relatively new country. It essentially was founded in 1840 in a contract between the native Maori people and the British Government. For some reason a large chunk of the housing ...
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Why is airbnb more expensive than priceline?

Some might say I have an addiction to Priceline Name Your Own Price, however, what I can tell you is that NYOP rates for 2.5* and 3* hotels are always better than the room options offered through ...
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Literature on factors affecting number of houses built

Is there any existing literature on the various factors affecting the number of houses constructed in a particular city over, say, a given month? Factors might include: quality of housing stock, a ...
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Is there existing research on predicting the number of house listings based on exogenous data?

I've been looking for prior research by economists that predict the number of house listings in a particular city (or even, say, the probability that an individual in the city will list his house that ...
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How do governments deflect risk through greater volatility in the housing market?

Source: p 123 of 296, Understanding Housing Policy, by Brian Lund Although housing immobility limits the impact of globalisation, its influence on financial and labour markets magnifies ...
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residential property shares trading (similar to REIT)

This year in the UK a residential property crowdfunding platform propertypartner.co went live and I would like to understand it from economic point of view. The idea is that a flat/house is purchased ...
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What metrics would indicate a house bubble rather than genuine market values?

There are concerns that Auckland, New Zealand, is currently experiencing a housing bubble. Auckland is one of the top 10 cities in the world on a housing unaffordability index. The question is - ...
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Correlation between salary level and housing prices in a town

Is there a measurable correlation in a town between salary level and housing prices? Or, to put it differently: is it politically meaningful to drive up salaries by new investments if the result is ...
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Historical US Housing Data Availability

Papers like Ng and Moench (2011) and Negro and Otrok (2007) use historical housing data to estimate latent variables that correspond to some "true" or "truer" measure of house prices or housing ...

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