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Preisbildende Faktoren von privaten Immobilien

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  • Gürtler, Marc
  • Rehan, Christine

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Der wachsende Wettbewerbsdruck im Bankensektor führte in den letzten Jahren trotz eines geringen Zinsniveaus zu sinkenden Zinsmargen im Verbraucherkreditgeschäft. Hervorgerufen wird diese Änderung der Angebotspreise durch die sinkende Bedeutung der Hausbankbeziehung sowie der steigenden Anzahl an kreditvermittelnden Banken. Insbesondere trifft diese Entwicklung den Bereich der privaten Immobilienfinanzierung. Diese ist dann als problematisch zu beurteilen, wenn die (nur geringe) Differenz zwischen dem Kundenzinssatz und dem Refinanzierungszinssatz der Bank die erwarteten Verluste bei einem möglichen Kreditausfall nicht mehr decken können. Letztere werden bei einer privaten Immobilienfinanzierung wesentlich durch die Wertentwicklung der Immobilie beeinflusst, die als Kreditsicherheit an die Bank gestellt wird. Trotz Diversifikation von Verwertungsrisiken bleibt die Bank systematischen Einflüssen auf Immobilienpreise ausgesetzt. Im Gegensatz zum deutschen Markt existieren für den britischen und den amerikanischen Markt zahlreiche Studien zu Einflussfaktoren privater Immobilien. Vor diesem Hintergrund leistet die vorliegende ökonometrische Untersuchung einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Identifikation preisbildender Faktoren privater Immobilien für Teilgebiete des deutschen Immobilienmarkts.

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  • Gürtler, Marc & Rehan, Christine, 2008. "Preisbildende Faktoren von privaten Immobilien," Working Papers IF28V1, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institute of Finance.
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    Keywords

    Immobilienbewertung; Preisbildende Faktoren; Mikroökonomische Faktoren; Makroökonomische Faktoren; Empirische Untersuchung;
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    JEL classification:

    • R31 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - Real Estate Markets, Spatial Production Analysis, and Firm Location - - - Housing Supply and Markets

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