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  • 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.
  • Real geography
  • Place ; Publicity ; Real estate market ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Real estate advertising literature is a useful classroom resource for learning about places. It also provides examples of the use and misuse of geographic themes. - (DWG)
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Financialization and the role of real estate in Hong Kong's regime of accumulation
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Finance ; Hong Kong ; Post-Fordism ; Real estate market ; Regulation theory
  • Sequential sales of similar assets : the law of one price and real estate
  • Condominium ; Hedonistic model ; Housing ; Price fixing ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; Singapore
  • Vietnamese activity in the Adelaide real estate market
  • Acquiring property ; Adelaide ; Australia ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Real estate market ; Residential location ; South Australia ; Spatial concentration ; Urban segregation
  • Significant real estate activity by Vietnamese households in Adelaide did not occur until 1979, and since then the groups buying activity has been heavily concentrated in the north-west region of the metropolitan area. Concentration causes
  • Locational preferences of Japanese real estate investors in North America
  • Economic behaviour ; Finance ; Foreign investment ; Information flow ; Investment ; Japaneses ; Location ; Location choice ; North America ; Real estate property ; United States of America
  • This research seeks to establish how the locational preferences of Japanese investors were established. It utilizes a survey of 39 investment companies and distinguishes a number of ways in which information concerning overseas real estate
  • German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Investment ; Market ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Real estate speculation ; Stock of real estate
  • Hedged real estate portfolios and the wealth redistribution effect of real estate option
  • Environmental variables and real estate prices
  • Genève ; Geographical information system ; Hedonistic model ; Neighbourhood ; Price fixing ; Real estate market ; Residential environment ; Switzerland ; Urban settlement ; Well-being
  • The AA. compare various real estate valuation models and the manner in which they take into account environmental variables. A reference model is compared with linear models which incorporate environmental quality notes extracted from the urban
  • Architecture ; Brazil ; France ; Germany ; Globalization ; Housing market ; Large city ; Luxembourg ; Neo liberalism ; Offices ; Real estate market ; United Kingdom ; United States of America ; Urban development ; Urban economy
  • The ten articles deal with an introductory overview about global real estate industry and international real estate markets ; the internationalisation of the German office real estate market ; European financial centers in the wake
  • of financialisation with case studies of office markets and urban policy in Frankfurt, Paris and London ; the harmonisation of the international real estate markets and the impacts on the real estate evaluation ; trade with rental housing portfolios in Germany
  • City and São Paulo) ; and retail real estate in the USA, a market dominated by shopping centers and real estate investment trusts. - (IfL)
  • Some aspects of real estate development in Nigeria
  • Applying real estate financial analysis to planning and development control in Perspectives on Canadian planning.
  • Invisible real estate : investigations into the squatter property market
  • The price of victory : the impact of the Olympic Games on residential real estate markets
  • Australia ; Canada ; Economic development ; Housing ; Investment ; Olympic Games ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; South Korea ; Spain ; Tourist flow ; United States of America ; Urban economy
  • [b1] Schack Institute of Real Estate, Univ., New York, Etats-Unis
  • Economic growth ; Economic impact ; Economic reform ; Economy ; Labour market ; Real estate market ; Real estate speculation ; Spain
  • The article deals with the Spanish real estate market boom in the decade from 1996 to 2006, the economical reasons and consequences of implosion, the current development of Spanish economics, the necessity of economical reforms and impulses