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Speculation in the Housing Market?

  • Eric J. Levin
  • Robert E. Wright

This paper presents and tests a model of house price speculation. The mechanisms by which price speculation may occur in the housing market are described and formalised. A model of house prices is constructed that allows for speculation. Aspects of this model are tested using time-series data for the UK and the Greater London area (1969-95). Overall, the analysis presents some evidence of the process of speculation as a possible determinant of house prices in the London and UK-wide housing markets.

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Paper provided by University of Stirling, Division of Economics in its series Working Papers Series with number 96/2.

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