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Editorial Housing prices, cycles, local dynamics and financial influence. New insights from Europe Real estate prices serve as a primary reference for making investment decisions (in addition to multiple other effects) and hence are the object of stakeholders’ interest, in terms of determining factors, dynamics and the relationships with other variables. Knowledge of price behaviour is inherent to the real estate market and especially at times when exogenous shocks can quickly affect markets, as is the case of the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis. This issue (13.2) of the Journal of European Real Estate Research (JERER) includes eight papers that directly and indirectly address the evolution and behaviour of residential real estate prices. Although, the research underpinning these papers is before the impact of the pandemic, lessons can shed light on how the Covid crisis may affect different real estate markets. The first group of papers addresses rents and housing prices and provides novel empirical evidence on their evolution and how prices are associated with financial factors. In this respect, Pourcelot et al. analyse long-term rental prices in urban areas of France since the seventeenth century. The authors build a hedonic index which is used to identify cycles and explore http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of European Real Estate Research Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1753-9269
DOI
10.1108/JERER-08-2020-060
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Abstract

Housing prices, cycles, local dynamics and financial influence. New insights from Europe Real estate prices serve as a primary reference for making investment decisions (in addition to multiple other effects) and hence are the object of stakeholders’ interest, in terms of determining factors, dynamics and the relationships with other variables. Knowledge of price behaviour is inherent to the real estate market and especially at times when exogenous shocks can quickly affect markets, as is the case of the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis. This issue (13.2) of the Journal of European Real Estate Research (JERER) includes eight papers that directly and indirectly address the evolution and behaviour of residential real estate prices. Although, the research underpinning these papers is before the impact of the pandemic, lessons can shed light on how the Covid crisis may affect different real estate markets. The first group of papers addresses rents and housing prices and provides novel empirical evidence on their evolution and how prices are associated with financial factors. In this respect, Pourcelot et al. analyse long-term rental prices in urban areas of France since the seventeenth century. The authors build a hedonic index which is used to identify cycles and explore

Journal

Journal of European Real Estate ResearchEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 27, 2020

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