Using Web Mining in the Analysis of Housing Prices: A Case study of Tehran

  title={Using Web Mining in the Analysis of Housing Prices: A Case study of Tehran},
  author={Rahimberdi Annamoradnejad and Issa Annamoradnejad and Taher Safarrad and Jafar Habibi},
  journal={2019 5th International Conference on Web Research (ICWR)},
There have been many previous works to determine the determinants of housing prices. All of these works relied on a relatively small set of data, mostly collected with the help of real estate agencies. In this work, we used web mining methods to generate a big, organized dataset from a popular national brokerage website. The dataset contains structural characteristics of more than 139,000 apartments, alongside their location and price. We provided our full dataset for the article, so that other… 

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