Urbanisme d'aujourd'hui et prix immobiliers
Second-hand housing markets are to-day the regulations of local systems lf land and housing prices. They disclose the appreciations by the citizens of the urban qualities of quarters. The choices of these citizens are mostly determined by non-economic factors : the financial constraint, which acts as a stop-piece, the « coup the c?ur » and the representations of the social geography of theirs towns. These mecanisms explain prices stability both short and long term. Mean terme variations result of pauperisation, gentryfication and speculative bubbles. Foreseingth demands is still difficult owing to the large number of economic and non-economic factors. Classification JEL : R140, R210, R290, R310.
Volume (Year): juillet (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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