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Determinantes del precio de la vivienda usada en Málaga: Una aplicación de la metodología hedónica

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  • Alejandro García Pozo
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    RESUMEN El análisis de los factores que determinan el precio de la vivienda usada, mediante la utilización de la metodología hedónica, constituye el objetivo central de este trabajo. Los resultados obtenidos han permitido identificar aquellas características de las viviendas que más inciden en la determinación de su precio y cuantificar esta influencia, valorándola monetariamente. Se ha constatado que la aportación de algunos atributos estructurales (la superficie construida, el número de aseos, la presencia de garaje privado o la escasa luminosidad de la vivienda) y otros de localización (proximidad al mar o al centro de la ciudad, y ubicación en una zona determinada) inciden decisivamente en el precio de la vivienda. ABSTRACT The analysis of the factors that determine the price of the second-hand house, by means of the use of the hedonic methodology, constitutes the main aim of this work. The obtained results have allowed identifying those characteristics of the houses that more affect their price and quantify this influence, valuing it in monetary terms. It has been stated that the contribution of some structural attributes (the floor area, the number of toilets, the presence of private garage or the luminosity of the house) and others of location (proximity to the sea or downtown, and location in a certain zone) affects the price of the house decisively.

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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 02 (2008)
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    Pages: 135-158

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:02:y:2008:p:135-158

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    Keywords: Precio de vivienda; Metodología hedónica; Precio implícito;

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