Measuring residential property values in Hong Kong

  title={Measuring residential property values in Hong Kong},
  author={Raymond Y. C. Tse and Peter E. D. Love},
  journal={Property Management},
The elements of sales comparison for residential property depend on a package of inherent attributes that are valued by consumers. These attributes can be classified into the following categories: structural, physical, neighbourhood and environmental. A model that incorporates adjustments for floor area, age, views and amenities such as availability of recreational facilities is presented and discussed. A multiple regression analysis with transactions‐based data, using weighted least square to… 

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