A methodological proposal to estimate changes of residential property value: case study developed in Bogota
This article is an empirical study of residential land values in the vicinity of the TransMilenio system (Bus Rapid Transit, BRT) in Bogota (Colombia). The results have been established through impact evaluation by means of nonparameteric approaches (Propensity Score Matching, PSM) and econometric approaches (Spatial Hedonic Price, SHP) indicating that access to the BRT system generates benefits on the change of property value.
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Volume (Year): 18 (2011)
Issue (Month): 16 ()
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