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Subdivision Specific Amenities and Residential Property Values

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  • Rahman, Shaikh Mahfuzur
  • Hardie, Ian W.

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A hedonic property value model, derived from a dynamic game theoretic framework, is estimated using data obtained for 211 subdivisions including 4628 building lots in five Maryland counties. Linear Box-Cox estimation results show that variables measuring subdivision specific amenities significantly affect residential property values, and omission of such variables produces biased coefficient estimates.

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  • Rahman, Shaikh Mahfuzur & Hardie, Ian W., 2006. "Subdivision Specific Amenities and Residential Property Values," Working Papers 28596, University of Maryland, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
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