Ski Resort Real Estate: Does Supply prevent Appreciation?

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William C. Wheaton;
(2005)
  • Journal: journal of Real Estate Research,volume 27,issue 1,pages1-16
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    • jel: jel:L85

This paper examines the behavior of ski resort property in a major New England market over the last 25 years. A constructed property price series reveals that nominal prices are quite volatile and only slightly higher today than in 1980. These ?uctuations and trends are... View more
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