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Title: Transaction-based office price indexes: A spatiotemporal modeling approach
Authors: Tu, Y. 
Yu, S.-M. 
Sun, H.
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Tu, Y., Yu, S.-M., Sun, H. (2004). Transaction-based office price indexes: A spatiotemporal modeling approach. Real Estate Economics 32 (2) : 297-328. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This study examines the potential of a two-order spatiotemporal autoregressive model with a Bayesian heteroskedasticity robust procedure in modeling stratatitled Singapore office unit transaction prices and in constructing transaction-based disaggregate office price indexes, The model reduces the problems caused by the infrequent trading of individual commercial properties. However, for those office properties that are located outside the CBD and also for those less frequently transacted, the power of the model in capturing these particular office buildings' price dynamics is limited. The significant differences of the office prices across the various office buildings and submarkets show that the model can capture the variation in office prices and track the timing of capital gains and losses that investors may accrue on spatially distributed office properties more accurately than hedonic or weighted least squares estimates.
Source Title: Real Estate Economics
ISSN: 10808620
DOI: 10.1111/j.1080-8620.2004.00093.x
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