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Differential Bargaining Power in Real Estate Transactions.
|Title:||Differential Bargaining Power in Real Estate Transactions.||
Allen, Marcus T., author
Fraser, Steven, author
Swaleheen, Mushfiq, author
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Extent:||1 online resource|
|Summary:||Harding Rosenthal, and Sirmans examine data from the American Housing Survey and demonstrate that it is possible to uncover bargaining power effects in housing market transactions related to demographic attributes of sellers and buyers (age, education level, gender, marital status, race, etc.) included in that database. Colwell and Munneke3 extend this approach to commercial real estate assets (office properties) and find that bargaining power effects can be uncovered by considering types of sellers and buyers (individuals, corporations, and financial institutions) without knowledge of their specific attributes that often are difficult to measure or observe for samples large enough for reliable statistical analysis.|
|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fgcu/fd/fgcu_ir_000626|
|Use and Reproduction:||Copyright held by publisher.|
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|Is Part Of:||Real Estate Finance.|