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Economic analysis of neighbourhood quality, neighbourhood reputation and the housing market.

9781614990321

Economic analysis of neighbourhood quality, neighbourhood reputation and the housing market.

Koopman, Marnix.

IOS Press

2012

220 pages

$65.00

Paperback

Sustainable urban areas; 44

HD7287

An economist specializing in housing, Koopman is now a researcher with the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency. He explains why it is so difficult for home seekers to assess the quality of a neighborhood they are thinking about moving into, and identifies some strategies they can use to overcome these difficulties. Taking renters and buyers in turn, he discusses space and the housing market, the exit choices of social tenants, the demand for social rental dwellings, waiting time for social rental dwellings, boundary effects in house prices, and boundary change and house prices. The study began as his 2012 PhD dissertation at the Delft University of Technology.

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