The aim of the study is to serve as a multidimensional analysis of relationships between the economic and financial standing of property developers and the residential property market situation. The discussion concerns the property development market situation in the context of the construction market situation, with particular emphasis on residential housing investment in selected EU countries. Property development companies whose activities focused on residential housing were assessed with respect to performance in the selected market on the stock exchange. Individual companies were classified using economic and financial indices. Despite the ongoing economic downturn in real estate markets, the results for these companies did not indicate poor performance on the stock exchange. In the study, a synthetic measure of development was used in linear ordering.
International Advances in Economic Research – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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