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  • 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
  • of the coastline. Views from private property over the coast are often prioritized in advertising, while the coast itself is typically portrayed as devoid of people.
  • 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
  • Invisible real estate : investigations into the squatter property market
  • 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
  • Vietnamese buyers to be disproportionately active in the middle-to-lower end of the market within which there has been a strong preference for rural properties and for houses rather than home units and maisonettes.
  • Finance and property : the role of institutional property investment in British and Canadian real estate
  • 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
  • German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Investment ; Market ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Real estate speculation ; Stock of real estate
  • 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
  • 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
  • of similar property units.
  • Property finance in Japan: expansion and collapse of the bubble economy
  • Property and finance, part 1
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Economic structure ; Finance ; Inflation ; Japan ; Land value ; Real estate market ; Real estate property
  • The paper provides an analysis of the recent property boom and collapse in Japan. Central to the analysis is the role of financial institutions in financing the boom. The extraordinary rise in land prices and the land concentration by capital, which
  • were brought out through expansion of property finance, is examined. The domination of land markets by finance capital, which was accomplished through urban redevelopment in the 1980s, is not in decline as a result of the collapse of the bubble economy
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Urban policy and property development: the institutional relations of real-estate development in an old industrial region
  • Property and finance, part 1
  • England ; Finance ; Industrial region ; Investment ; Land value ; Local economy ; Real estate development ; Real estate property ; Tyne and Wear ; United Kingdom ; Urban policy
  • Current trends in the German property market
  • Germany ; Housing ; Housing market ; Real estate property
  • The development of the property market in the two parts of Germany is marked by contrasting trends. - (L'A.).
  • On differential rent and landed property
  • Concept ; Economic theory ; Investment ; Land rent ; Land;Real estate ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Marxism
  • Housing ; Italy ; Legal status ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Second home ; Tourism
  • The location of foreign direct investment in finance, insurance and real estate in the United States
  • Direct investment ; Finance ; Foreign investment ; Insurance ; Investment ; Location ; Producer services ; Real estate property ; United States
  • Land policy ; Land;Real estate ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Real estate property ; Spain ; Territorial planning ; Territorial strategy ; Urban area ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • The impact of gated communities on property values : evidence of changes in real estate markets - Los Angeles, 1980-2000
  • California ; Gated community ; Governance ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Housing market ; Impact ; Land value ; Los Angeles ; Real estate property ; United States of America ; Urban administration
  • Economic system ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Urban economy
  • UK commercial property lease structures : landlord and tenant mismatch
  • Economic efficiency ; Investment ; Land ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Rent ; Retail trade ; United Kingdom