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  • Residential environmental conditions on housing estates in Yerevan
  • Armenia ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Residential environment ; Urban geography ; Yerevan
  • In the paper the A. makes an attempt to provide an overview on the residential environment of large housing estates in Yerevan based on survey data and field work. - (AM)
  • The land market in Mexico under Salinas : a real-estate boom revisited?
  • Economic policy ; Investment ; Land market ; Land value ; Land;Real estate ; Mexico ; Real estate market ; Real estate speculation ; State control
  • The structure of the land market in Mexico for the period 1988-94 is studied. The immediate policies of Salinas, especially the control of inflation, brought about a return to the favourable conditions of real-estate investment that had existed
  • throughout most of the 1970s. But more recent policies and particularly those of economic liberalization may not bode quite so well for those wishing to place a large part of their investment portfolios in real estate.
  • The development process and some features of large-scale housing estates in the Morioka urban area
  • Honshu ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Japan ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; Residential neighbourhood ; Town ; Urban development
  • Trouble in utopia. II. Rescuing unpopular council estates through local management
  • High-rise housing estates and the concentration of poverty. The case Bijlmermeer
  • Block of flats ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Hungary ; Residential location ; Urban settlement
  • Paper gives a detailed analysis of the history, the geographical location and other quantitative characteristics (number of buildings, dwellings etc.) of housing estates in Hungary. Recent development of the housing estates are also analysed
  • , and author come to the conclusion that due to the negative effect of out-migration housing estates at a serious risk of becoming ghettos in the housing market in the future. - (ZK)
  • Budapest ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Hungary ; Town ; Urban construction
  • Author investigates the development and present conditions of large housing estates in Budapest. In this paper first an inventory is given about the housing estates of Budapest, then a detailed analysis of their features, structures and effects
  • Estate planning for nonindustrial forest owners
  • This paper presents research results on the interaction of business form, funding technique, and forest management on federal income and estate tax liabilities of private non industrial forest owners.
  • What makes a landlord ? Ownership of real estate by US households
  • Decision ; Econometric model ; Household behaviour ; Housing ; Housing appropriation ; Investment ; Living standard ; Real estate property ; United States of America
  • The paper examines the real estate in investment decision and the proportion of wealth invested in real estate. Hypotheses about the role of wealth, expected inflation, human capital, income tax rates, race, health, risk aversion and inheritance
  • Privatised communities : the use of owners corporations in master planned estates in Melbourne
  • Australia ; Gated community ; Housing ; Melbourne ; Planned area ; Privatisation ; Real estate property ; Urban development ; Victoria
  • The master planned estate becomes more common as the preferred form of urban development in the growth areas of Australian cities, particularly on the urban fringe. Developers are now marketing residential estates and this approach represents
  • Uninterrupted views : real-estate advertising and changing perspectives on coastal property in New Zealand
  • Coastal environment ; Landscape ; New Zealand ; Publicity ; Real estate development ; Real estate property
  • The paper considers the landscape of coastal property through the lens of real-estate advertising. In analysing a sample of 236 newspaper advertisements, it connects representations of coastal housing to broader concerns about the development
  • Multiple estates and the origins of the manorial structure of the northern Danelaw
  • Historical geography ; Landed estate ; Legal status ; Local government ; Middle Age ; Social structure ; Tenth Century ; Territorial structure ; United Kingdom
  • Large estates have long been recognized as the basic unit of exploitation in the early-medieval period. Although many have sought to distance themselves from the multiple estate model (G. Jones), most would still accept that early-medieval England
  • The place of land in Japan's postwar development, and the dynamic of the 1980s real-estate bubble and 1990s banking crisis
  • Bank ; Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Crisis ; Economic growth ; Japan ; Landed estate ; Real estate market ; Social relations ; Uneven development
  • The A. argues that landed property was both internal to and constitutive of the social relations that marked the specificity of Japan's postwar capitalism. He suggests that the 1980s real-estate bubble and 1990s banking crisis were specific
  • Housing ; Housing estate ; Hungary ; Rehabilitation ; Urban geography ; Urban planning ; Urbanism
  • This paper investigates the actual experiences and further possibilities of rehabilitation of large housing estates in Hungary. During state socialism large housing estates were constructed in Budapest and other major cities in order to cope
  • with housing shortage. After long decade of neglect these housing estates are declining both physically and socially. A. analyses of the first results of a large scale nation estate rehabilitation programme launched in 1997. - (JS)
  • Perception of quality of life in Brno housing estates
  • Block of flats ; Brno ; Czech Republic ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Perception ; Quality of life ; Residential environment ; Urban geography
  • The main goal of the paper is to introduce and discuss the ways of perceiving the quality of life on selected housing estates of Brno City. At a general level AA. focus on the significance of this kind of research and the factors influencing the way
  • housing estates and living there are perceived in the Czech Republic. The results of the research on three Brno housing estates imply that the external image of quality of life on a housing estate can be rather different from the feelings and opinions
  • Progress of rehabilitation of large housing estates in Katowice (Poland)
  • Block of flats ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Katowice ; Poland ; Quality of life ; Rehabilitation ; Social polarization ; Upper Silesia ; Urban geography
  • The aim of the study is to present the recent rehabilitation progress of large housing estates through the example of three case study estates from Katowice – the historical centre of the Upper Silesian industrial agglomeration in Poland. Through
  • inventory, mapping and observation, a set of data on the technical and visual state as well as on the functional aspects of the estates in question were gathered. The analysis led to the conclusion, that the general state of the investigated LHEs
  • is satisfactory, but there are considerable differences in the speed of the rehabilitation process, which may result in a deepening polarisation of the quality of life on the estates in the near future. - (AM)
  • Commercial real estate and equity market bubbles : are they contagious to REITs?
  • Equity market ; Finance ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; Real estate speculation ; Stock market ; Transaction cost ; United States of America ; Urban economy
  • This paper uses a regime-switching approach to determine whether prices in the US stock, direct real estate and indirect real estate markets are driven by the presence of speculative bubbles. The results show significant evidence of the existence
  • of periodically partially collapsing speculative bubbles in all three markets. A multivariate bubble model is then developed and implemented to evaluate whether the stock andreal estate bubbles spill over into REITs. The underlying stock market bubble is found
  • to be a stronger influence on the securitised real estate market bubble than that of the property market. Furthermore, the findings suggest a transmission of speculative bubbles from the direct real estate to the stock market, although this link is not present
  • Regeneration policies for peripheral housing estates : inward-and outward-looking approaches
  • Estate of social housing ; Housing improvement ; Living conditions ; Outer conurbation area ; Social housing ; Suburbs ; United Kingdom ; Urban settlement
  • Problem peripheral estates may be seen as a particular variant of the wider phenomenon of the hard-to-let social housing estate. Peripherality refers to a range of phenomena, including spatial isolation, long travel-to-work distances
  • and marginalisation from employment opportunities. Economic problems commonly associated with peripheral estates include the lack of economic base and high levels of unemployment. Regeneration policies applied since the mid 1980s are examined.
  • Transformation of the built environment in Petržalka pre-fabricated housing estate
  • Bratislava ; Communism ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Post-communism ; Prefabricated building ; Residential environment ; Slovak Republic ; Urban geography
  • The last two decades have brought significant changes into pre-fabricated housing estates built during the era of state-socialism. In the 1990´s an active discussion about “humanisation“ of the biggest pre-fabricated housing estate – Petržalka
  • in the city of Bratislava (Slovakia) – started. Petržalka´s monofunctionality, its dependency on the city centre and at the same time its segregation from other parts of the city were heavily criticised. In the paper certain aspects of the housing estate´s
  • The urban injustices of New Labour's “New Urban Renewal” : the case of the Aylesbury Estate in London
  • The A. discusses the urban injustices of New Labour's “new urban renewal”, that is the state-led gentrification of British council estates , on the Aylesbury estate in Southwark, London. He looks at what the estate residents thought/think about
  • the whole process and how they have resisted, and are resisting, the gentrification of their estate. He argues that we urgently need to re-establish the city as the driver of democratic politics with an emancipatory agenda, rather than one that ratifies