Empirical Modeling of the Relative Impacts of Various Sizes of Shopping Centers on the Values of Surrounding Residential Properties
This paper examines price differences of identical residential properties located around shopping centers of different sizes. Various models are tested for this purpose. The size of a shopping center is found to have a positive contributory effect on the values of surrounding residential properties as the variable "size of a shopping center" is found to be positive and significant in all models. The results indicate that the value of a residential property at a radial distance from the outer periphery of a larger shopping center is higher as compared to that of an otherwise identical residential property located at the same radial distance from the outer periphery of a smaller shopping center.
Volume (Year): 9 (1994)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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