Real estate appraisal of land lots using GAMLSS models

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Florencio, Lutemberg; Cribari-Neto, Francisco; Ospina, Raydonal;
(2011)
  • Subject: Statistics - Applications | 62P05, 62P20, 62P25, 62J02

The valuation of real estates (e.g., house, land, among others) is of extreme importance for decision making. Their singular characteristics make valuation through hedonic pricing methods dificult since the theory does not specify the correct regression functional form ... View more
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