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Positively quadrant dependent random variables Association Glivenko-Cantelli lemma Almost sure central limit theorem
Multivariate experiment Linear estimation Quadratic estimation Comparison of experiments
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Real estate, Illiquidity, Portfolio diversification, Marketing period risk,
When a house is placed on the market, the seller must choose the initial offer price. Setting the price too high or too low affects the marketability of the property. While there is near universal agreement that the seller faces a trade-off between selling at a higher price and selling in less time, there is less agreement about how to measure this trade-off. This paper offers a framework for analysis and shows that an increase in the list price increases expected time-on-the-market (TOM). Because house buyers must solve a type of signal extraction problem, the effect of a higher list price is magnified for houses in a market segment having a low predicted variance of the list price. This paper also shows that the list price of houses which are withdrawn before sale has a higher mean and variance, and that the possibility of withdrawal...
There has been copious research work on the development of house price models and the construction of house price indices. However, results in some studies revealed that the accuracy of such indices could be subject to selection bias when using only information from a sample of sold properties to estimate value movements for the entire housing stock. In particular, estimated house price appreciation is usually systematically higher among properties that change hands more frequently. It therefore suggests that the determination of important factors affecting the transaction frequency or intensity of a housing unit should be a more fundamental research question. This paper examines the possible factors that determine the popularity of residential unit by means of a repeated sales pattern. The Poisson regression model and event history an...
real estate investment trusts, corporate stock ownership, real estate returns, stock market price dynamics,
Housing tenure choice, Rental housing, Rent control, Japan and deregulation, Conditional logit, Sample selection bias, Compensating variation, R21, C51, K12,
Price dispersion, Search models, Macroeconomic factor, Time aggregation, C320, D610, D830, E300, R310,
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