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La valoración de inmuebles urbanos mediante el proceso analítico en red

  • Jerónimo Aznar Bellver
  • Javier Ferrís Oñate
  • Francisco Guijarro Martínez
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    RESUMEN Este trabajo presenta una nueva metodología comparativa de valoración de activos basada en el Proceso Analítico en Red (ANP), que permite abordar contextos de escasa información, considerar variables de naturaleza cualitativa y sus interdependencias, situaciones todas muy comunes en la práctica valorativa profesional. Se propone su aplicación a la valoración urbana. Para ilustrar la nueva propuesta, se presentan tres modelos de complejidad creciente sobre un caso real de valoración de un inmueble en la ciudad de Alicante, analizándose además la distinta precisión de cada modelo, y llegando a la conclusión de que cuanta mayor información se considera, incluyendo la interdependencia entre las variables explicativas del precio, mayor es la precisión de los resultados. ABSTRACT This work presents a new comparative methodology for the valuation of urban properties based on the Analytic Network Process (ANP), that enables to tackle contexts in which scant information is available and qualitative variables and their interdependences are considered, all very common situations in professional valuation practice. We propose the application of ANP to urban valuation. To illustrate the new proposal, a real case study is put forward alongside three different models for solving it, with the aim of analysing the varying accuracy of each model. It may be concluded that the more information taken into account in relation to the interdependences between criteria and alternatives, the greater the accuracy of the results.

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

    Volume (Year): 01 (2010)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 45-70

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