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Briefings in Real Estate Finance     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 7)
Corporate Real Estate Journal     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
International Journal of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction Economics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Corporate Real Estate     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
Journal of European Real Estate Research     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 5)
Journal of Housing Research     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 13)
Journal of Property Investment & Finance     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Real Estate Literature     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 7)
Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
Journal of Real Estate Research     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6)
Journal of Sustainable Real Estate     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Pacific Rim Property Research Journal     Hybrid Journal  
Property Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
Real Estate Economics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
Real Estate Management and Valuation     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
Sri Lanka Journal of Real Estate     Open Access  
Tidsskrift for eiendomsrett     Full-text available via subscription  
Zeitschrift für Immobilienökonomie : German Journal of Real Estate Research     Open Access  
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Real Estate Management and Valuation
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.14
Number of Followers: 5  

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ISSN (Print) 1733-2478 - ISSN (Online) 2300-5289
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  • The Aging of a Building Versus Its Life Cycle with Regards to Real Estate

    • Abstract: Construction objects are subjected to aging processes and other changes and influences during their life cycle. The paper focuses on one of the stages of the life cycle of a developed property - the final part of the service life phase, which is referred to by the author as “the autumn years”. The paper analyses the problem of classifying a building object to an appropriate life cycle when conducting a real estate valuation. The author searched for the answers to the question of when the liquidation phase begins, because the decommissioning of a building affects the landscape and spatial heterogeneity. The reasons for demolishing buildings were analyzed, and are as follows: the poor technical condition of building objects; functional wear; difficulties in carrying out renovation or reconstruction works; and financial unprofitability, which takes into account the life phases of buildings. This paper aims to prove the following theses:-knowledge of the life cycle is the basis for the correct identification of a property’s condition,- the age of the elements of a building is not a fundamental quantity that determines the course of its physical depreciation,-the liquidation of a building has a big impact on ecological awareness.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Condominium Co-Owners and their Typology Based on their Engagement in the
           Process of Decision-Making

    • Abstract: In our study, we referred to a large and growing body of literature on voter turnout and voting habits. A careful examination of the voting issue in the context of housing prompted us to assume that a simple division into two groups of voting habits, namely voting and non-voting, may not be sufficient to explore complex relations during the voting process in condominiums. Thus the study addresses the question of whether we can identify more than two homogenous clusters of condominium co-owners, taking into consideration their voting habits.The analysis presented in this paper comprises two stages. First, data relating to condominium co-owner characteristics are forwarded and cluster analysis is used to form subsets of voters. Second, the impact of selected methods of voting on the propensity to vote is assessed using the identified clusters. The applied research strategy led us to distinguish four groups of condominium co-owners: engaged, non-voters, promising and dormant voters.The article contributes to a better understanding of the process of making decisions in condominiums with a focus on voting habits. In particular, we indicated that studies on voting habits provide a solid foundation for more-context dependent studies on the voting process and suggest other areas to study voting habits.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • The Impact of Covid-19 on the Use of Modern Technologies By Real Estate

    • Abstract: Real estate brokerage is the activity of matching parties to a real estate transaction. Due to the increasing ease of access to offers posted by sellers and landlords, various challenges in finding solutions that will attract potential customers have appeared before real estate brokers. Given the complexity of the processes in which brokers can participate, the use of modern technologies in real estate brokerage seems to be one way of maintaining and developing the broker industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant changes in the way brokers operate, forcing them to implement or accelerate the use of modern technologies in customer service.Therefore, the main goal of this article is an attempt to diagnose the use of modern technologies and the types of technologies used in customer service by real estate brokers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.The research was conducted in the form of a survey among representatives of the real estate brokerage industry. The answers obtained from the respondents have allowed us to state that real estate agencies use new technologies to a large extent. Over 40% of the interviewees stated that the real estate market has enormous potential for the application of modern technologies. Furthermore, over 70% of the respondents indicated a large or rather large impact of the COVID-19 on the application of modern technologies in the real estate industry. The restrictions related to the epidemic have forced companies to use modern technologies to replace direct contact between the seller and the customer.The research was conducted among real estate brokers in the period between June and October 2020.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Identifying Housing Submarkets in Johor Bahru and Kulai, Malaysia: A
           Data-Driven Method

    • Abstract: Generally, housing within the same area tends to share similar structural and locational characteristics as well as being characterized by the same homebuyers’ preferences. This information provides insight on the existence of housing submarkets. Thus, this study aims to identify the existence of housing submarkets in Johor Bahru and Kulai, Malaysia through principal component analysis and cluster analysis. A total of 29 housing attributes were included in the study. The results from the principal component analysis have successfully identified four principal components that represent the basic facility, main infrastructure, less common facility and housing quality characteristics. On the other hand, cluster analysis managed to identify the existence of four housing submarkets in Johor Bahru and Kulai, where three submarkets showed the characteristics of housing quality, whereas one submarket appeared to exhibit the characteristic of main infrastructure. The findings of this study provide valuable information on the existence of four housing submarkets in Johor Bahru and Kulai areas, which will benefit the city governments, real estate developers, mortgage lenders, non-profit organizations, as well as individual homeowners in making critical choices and developing market-appropriate strategies.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Spatial Spillover Effects of Transport Infrastructure on Economic Growth
           of Vietnam Regions: A Spatial Regression Approach

    • Abstract: This article examines the spatial spillover effects of transport infrastructure in regions of Vietnam. We apply the spatial Durbin model to estimate the regional spillover of transport infrastructure to Vietnam’s economic growth from 2000-2019. The results show that positive evidence exists in each period due to the connective nature of the transport infrastructure at the national level. At the regional level, transport infrastructure spillover effects vary considerably over time among four macro-regions of Vietnam: the southern region always has a positive spillover effect; the Northern region had adverse spillover effects in the period 2000-2009 and positive in the period 2010-2019; the Central region had negative spillovers in both periods; in the case of the economic region of the Mekong Delta, negative spillovers can be observed after 2010. The analysis has shown that changes in spillover among regions are closely related to the shift of production factors in Vietnam over the past two decades.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Digital Technologies as a Driver of Capitalization Growth in Shopping and
           Entertainment Centers

    • Abstract: The relevance of the chosen topic is confirmed by the increased competition among the participants of the commercial real estate market, which is connected with the market saturation. The study aims to assess the impact of modern digital technologies on the performance of a shopping and entertainment center. Research was conducted using the example of a retail and entertainment center in Saint-Petersburg. The work proposes a “smart” approach to management, where additional investments are taken into account when the digital infrastructure is being created. The research shows that the transition from a traditional business management to a “smart” variant of property object‘s development, based on the active use of digital technologies, leads to a significant increase in its capitalization, traffic, average bill and occupancy by tenants. The novelty of the following work is to justify the economic efficiency of the application of digital technologies‘ in retail based on the calculation of the retail and entertainment center‘s capitalization value change under the influence of the implementation of automated accounting. The presented research can be used to develop a methodology for assessing the impact of the introduction of digital technologies on the efficiency of shopping and entertainment facilities.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Housing Cost Stress of Mortgagers and Tenants in Poland

    • Abstract: The economic problems of mortgage takers, especially in light of the global financial crisis, is a very important issue, both from the point of view of housing policy and the stability of the banking sector. The analysis of the situation of mortgagors is usually limited to determining the percentage of mortgages in default. We compared the revealed mortgage repayment problems among Poles (arrears) with the unrevealed ones (such as high housing cost burden, inability to bear unexpected expenses), which we defined as housing cost stress. Next, we compared these problems with those of tenants at market rates. We found that, although we observe only a small percentage of mortgagors who are in arrears with their housing costs in Poland (about 3%), a large proportion of borrowers (about half of them) are in a difficult financial situation. At the same time, we noticed that their situation is still better than that of market rent tenants, because only one in five renters did not experience problems with covering housing costs. Among tenants, singles were much more likely to suffer from housing cost stress.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Land Compensation and Policy Enforcement in Vietnam: A Case Study in

    • Abstract: The land is a natural resource which is rich in diversity, and its value tends to increase over time. Therefore, compensation in cases when the State acquires land, is an issue of concern. Using data from 100 surveyed households and ten interviews (including 5 houesholds indirectly affected by land acquisition, 3 relevant experts, and 2 village headmen) in Da Nang, the article aims to answer two research questions: (1) assessment of landless households on land compensation policy, and (2) an assessment of outstanding issues in this policy in Vietnam. The results show that the local government has strictly followed the regulations and procedures of the State on land acquisition and compensation for economic development purposes under the 2013 Land Law. However, affected people feel dissatisfied with what they had received when they lost land. The first reason is the significant difference between the compensation prices households received and the market price, as determined by a real estate broker. Second, concerns about the future arise when a family’s means of production are acquired by the state. In addition, the policy also lacks support measures for households located in affected areas. These shortcomings lead to dissatisfaction among families.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Building and Biologically Active area Indices in Developers’ Investments
           – Theory and Practice

    • Abstract: Development activity in Poland is regulated by many legal provisions, but one of the most important acts for the implementation of developers’ projects is the Act of March 27, 2003 on spatial planning and development. The Act includes, among others, procedures for the preparation and scope of local spatial development plans. One of the parameters significant from the point of view of housing development which these plans define is the minimum and maximum intensity of development and the percentage of biologically active space that should be preserved on a property covered by the investment project. The article adopts two research goals. Firstly, it is an attempt to verify, using examples of selected developers, whether they, as profit-oriented entities, decide to develop the property as much as possible or to keep more undeveloped space, which is a more desirable phenomenon from the environmental point of view. Secondly, an attempt will be made to determine how developers in Poland create a biologically active surface in their projects. Based on desk research, it was found that, among the discussed cases, there is no evident tendency to maximize the permissible built-up areas and the created biologically active areas are sparse and not diversified.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Land Titling Patronage in Cities of Developing Countries: A Situation
           Analysis of Akure, Nigeria

    • Abstract: The increasing land-use intensity in developing-country cities necessitates land markets supported by active land titling. The study of land titling patronage is critical in a developing country like Nigeria, where the state of development necessitates determining who has rights to lands, for what purposes, and for how long on the available relatively scarce expanse of land. Data for the study was obtained from the Ondo State Ministry of Lands and Housing and the household heads of the purposive selected private layouts/estates within the study area. Data were analyzed using both the Mann-Kendall test and Sen’s slope estimates as well as discriminant function analysis. The findings revealed a monotonously decreasing trend in the demand for titling in the study area which was statistically significant at 0.01 in decreasing order from 2009 to 2018. Further analysis showed that the education level of the head of the household as well as propensity to obtain loan/engage in the subsequent transactions were the most important determinant as to whether a landowner would title land or not. The study will be useful for public enlightenment, policy formulation, policy implementation, professionals and scholars, as well as in academic debates.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • On Place Safety

    • Abstract: For a long time, social factors have been identified as a set of crucial determinants of residential location choice and property value. Here, safety and security issues constitute a significant issue. Inhabitants are traditionally concerned about their neighborhoods and housing locations, and, considering current problems in big Western cities, this concern is by no means lessening. The study presents a social innovation for assisting the search for safe housing environments. A list of quantifiable key features regarding negative externalities and actual criminality provides the basis for constructing a checklist for the comparison of safe places within a city, or comparing cities with respect to their safety for housing occupants, investors, developers and other stakeholders. The controversial nature of the argumentation notwithstanding, this method is suggested to prove valuable in circumstances marred by increasing social hazards and turmoil.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Training and Interpreting Machine Learning Models: Application in Property
           Tax Assessment

    • Abstract: In contrast to the outstanding performance of the machine learning approach, its adoption in industry appears to be relatively slow compared to the speed of its proliferation in a variety of business sectors. The low interpretability of a black-box-type model, such as a machine learning-based valuation model, is one reason for this. In this study, house prices in Seoul and Jeollanam Province, South Korea, were estimated using a neural network, a representative model to implement machine learning, and we attempted to interpret the resultant price estimations using an interpretability tool called a partial dependence plot. Partial dependence analysis indicated that locally optimized valuation models should be designed to enhance valuation accuracy: a land-oriented model for Seoul and a building-focused model for the Jeollanam Province. The interpretable machine learning approach is expected to catalyze the adoption of machine learning in the industry, including property valuation.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Lessons from the US and German Reit Markets for Drafting a Polish Reit Act

    • Abstract: Investors are increasingly allocating capital into the real estate market through indirect investment vehicles such as REITs. There are currently no classic REITs in Poland, but given the experience of other countries and the expectations of Polish investors, an act is being prepared to regulate their functioning. The introduction of legal regulations regarding REITs has not always resulted in successful proliferation of these vehicles in each country. The German market for G-REITs is such an example, were only six G-REITs have evolved. There is also the example of the market in the United States, where extremely dynamic development of such institutions has been observed, especially in the recent years. At the end of 2019, 219 institutions of this type were operating on the US market.The purpose of this article is to identify, based on the experiences of the American and German markets, aspects stimulating and inhibiting the development of the REIT market, and then, on their basis, to recommend certain regulations, which might have been included in the PL-REIT act, and which were not included in first draft of the act in 2018. Taking them into account could cause the Polish act to stimulate the development of REITs in Poland to a greater extent.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • The Application of the Simplified Speculative Frame Method for Monitoring
           the Development of the Housing Market

    • Abstract: This article contributes to research into price dynamics on the real estate market. It proposes a simplified index-based speculative frame method for measuring above-average increases and decreases in real estate prices and monitoring market performance. The theoretical part of the article reviews the literature on the implications of real estate market stability on the economy, monitoring market development, and standard methods for analyzing the housing market with special emphasis on index-based methods. The experimental part of the article presents the results of a study analyzing more than 100,000 transactions on the Warsaw housing market between 2004 and 2015, a period characterized by a considerable increase in house prices. The price dynamics of apartments on the Warsaw real estate market was determined with the use of a time variable. The turning point in the market trend was identified. This article contributes to research into price dynamics on the real estate market.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Social Media Marketing Attributes, Sandton’s Rental Market Brand Image,
           and the Millennials’ Rental Preference: An Empirical Study

    • Abstract: A good image of millennials’ residential rental space is an important issue. This image can be impacted by the available telecommunication technology. Social media marketing can, therefore, be an important marketing tool to achieve it. Many studies have shown that a good brand image positively impacts brand preference. This study quantitatively investigated the impact of social media attributes of trendiness, entertainment, customization, information, interaction on Sandton’s rental market’s brand image, and the relationship between this image and millennials’ rental preference. Data were collected from millennials who have lived, live or intend to live in Sandton. Structural equation modeling was employed for data analysis. The findings of the study are that entertainment, customization, and information positively impact Sandton’s image and that trendiness and interactions do not. Also, the image of Sandton’s rental market has a positive influence on the millennials’ preferences as to rental housing. The outcomes will find application for both academics and management practice as will be shown below.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
  • Land Price Regression Model and Land Value Region Map to Support
           Residential Land Price Management: A Study in Nghe an Province, Vietnam

    • Abstract: The real estate market in areas with many socio-economic activities needs to be strictly managed due to the difference between the market price of urban land and the price of land set by the state. This study identifies and analyzes the influence of some factors on land prices in peri-urban areas to develop land pricing standards consistent with the price level in Nghe An province. The study surveyed 362 land users and 200 samples of successfully transferred properties in the study area. Based on the multivariate regression method, the study builds a residential land price model and calculates the market price of residential land. The authors also established a map of land value areas to help State agencies manage land prices effectively. The research serves as a basis for State agencies to study the formation and development of the real estate market to develop appropriate land price management measures.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 00:00:00 GMT
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