Macroeconomic variables and real estate returns: an international comparison

Hoskins, N, Higgins, D and Cardew, R 2004, 'Macroeconomic variables and real estate returns: an international comparison', The Appraisal Journal, vol. 122, pp. 163-170.


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Title Macroeconomic variables and real estate returns: an international comparison
Author(s) Hoskins, N
Higgins, D
Cardew, R
Year 2004
Journal name The Appraisal Journal
Volume number 122
Start page 163
End page 170
Total pages 8
Publisher Appraisal Institute
Abstract The relationship between property returns and the macro economy is important to investors' strategies. Pattern analysis based on correlation models reveals the ongoing macroeconomic links with major international property markets. In this study, gross domestic product, unemployment, and inflation were identified as leading macroeconomic determinants affecting Australian, Canadian, U.K., and U.S. commercial property performance during 1985-1999.
Keyword(s) property returns
macro economy
investor strategies
pattern analysis
macroeconomic
international property markets
gross domestic product
unemployment
inflation
commercial property performance
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