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Demanda de vivienda nueva no vis en las tres principales ciudades de Colombia


  • Nátaly Andrea Ortiz Galindo


  • Nelson Manolo Chávez Muñoz



La vivienda en Colombia al igual que en cualquier otro país, se presenta para el ser humano, como un bien fundamental, el cual tan solo unos pocos pueden adquirir, haciendo de este un bien sensible ante las variaciones del mercado. Variaciones tales como la tasa de interés, el ingreso per cápita, el índice de precios de vivienda nueva, la tasa de desempleo, la inflación, la población económicamente activa, entre otras variables que afectan directamente el mercado del bien y la decisión del consumidor de adquirir dicho bien. El presente trabajo intenta identificar las variables que explican la demanda de vivienda nueva no VIS en las tres principales ciudades de Colombia como lo son: Bogotá, Cali y Medellín, en el periodo 2000 – 2010, con el propósito de proponer estrategias de política pública en el sector vivienda. ****** The housing in Colombia as in any other country, is presented for the human being, as a fundamental good, which only few can buy, making this a rather sensitive to market fluctuations. Variations such as interest rates, income per capita, the rate of new housing prices, unemployment, inflation, the economically active population, among other variables that directly affect the property market and the consumer’s decision to acquire the asset. This paper attempts to identify the variables that explain the demand for new housing VIS not in the three main cities of Colombia such as: Bogota, Cali and Medellin, in the period 2000 - 2010, in order to propose public policy strategies the housing sector.

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  • Nátaly Andrea Ortiz Galindo & Nelson Manolo Chávez Muñoz, 2013. "Demanda de vivienda nueva no vis en las tres principales ciudades de Colombia," DIMENSIÓN EMPRESARIAL, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DEL CARIBE, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000461:011155

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    1. Sven Rady, 1998. "Housing Market Fluctuations in a Life-Cycle Economy with Credit Constraints," FMG Discussion Papers dp296, Financial Markets Group.
    2. Nicolás Cuervo & Samuel Jaramillo, 2009. "Dos décadas de política de vivienda en Bogotá apostando por el mercado," DOCUMENTOS CEDE 006651, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE.
    3. Joseph G. Nellis & J. Andrew Longbottom, 1981. "An Empirical Analysis of the Determination of House Prices in the United Kingdom," Urban Studies, Urban Studies Journal Limited, vol. 18(1), pages 9-21, February.
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