The aim of this paper is to attempt to measure the effect of location on residential house prices and to endeavour to integrate spatial and aspatial data in terms of developing a hybrid predictive model. The research methodology investigates the traditional hedonic approach to modelling location using multiple regression techniques. Alternative approaches are considered which specifically model the spatial distribution of house prices with the objective of developing location adjustment factors. These approaches are based on the development of surface response techniques such as inverse distance weighting and universal kriging. The results generated from the surfaces created are then calibrated within MRA.
McCluskey, W.J., Deddis, W.G., Lamont, I.G. and Borst, R.A. (2000), "The application of surface generated interpolation models for the prediction of residential property values", Journal of Property Investment & Finance, Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 162-176. https://doi.org/10.1108/14635780010324321Download as .RIS
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