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Real Estate Market Research and Analysis

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24 April 2003

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Real estate market research and analysis often draws on theory and techniques borrowed from other disciplines; in particular economics, finance and geography. Few textbooks recognise this, which makes Real Estate Market...

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Real estate market research and analysis often draws on theory and techniques borrowed from other disciplines; in particular economics, finance and geography. Few textbooks recognise this, which makes Real Estate Market Research and Analysis a unique and innovative read. This accessible text provides a general overview of research philosophy and research practise in the real estate economics discipline. A range of applied quantitative empirical methods, commonly used in both academic and applied real estate market research and analysis, are examined as well as selected research-based studies which demonstrate how these methods are applied. Recent trends and developments in the evolving real estate economics research agenda are also explored. This book is aimed at both undergraduate students and practitioners in the commercial property and real estate sector. It is essential reading for modules on general practice surveying. It sets out the means and methods by which a commercial property rent model should be constructed and estimated, and provides a helpful guide to good property market research practise. Key features include; a Foreword by Dr Craig Watkins at the University of Aberdeen, and a Glossary of property and economic research terms.

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Brings together existing, though disparate, literature in a format that is relevant to students and practitioners in the property/real estate sector
Has a strong practical focus
Includes a glossary of property and economic research terms
Includes fully worked property-specific examples throughout the book

Introduction
Research Practice and Real Estate Market Analysis
Sampling Theory and Hypothesis Testing
Simple and Multiple Regression Analysis
Commercial Real Estate Rent Determination Models
Advanced Real Estate Rent Determination and Modelling Issues
Private Housing Market Analysis
Modelling Real Estate Markets at the Local Level
Retail Gravity Models
Option Pricing Theory and Real Estate Research
Qualitative Methods in Real Estate Research
Glossary.

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CHRIS LEISHMAN is Lecturer in the School of the Built Environment at Heriot Watt University. His research interests include: the economics of the house building industry; housing market modeling, migration analysis, analysis of price dynamics; analysis of house buyers' behaviour and preferences; commercial property market econometric modeling and forecasting; and analysis of spatial and structural submarkets.

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CHRIS LEISHMAN is Lecturer in the School of the Built Environment at Heriot Watt University. His research interests include: the economics of the house building industry; housing market modeling, migration analysis, analysis of price dynamics; analysis of house buyers' behaviour and preferences; commercial property market econometric modeling and forecasting; and analysis of spatial and structural submarkets.

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