MEDIAN HOUSE VALUE DETERMINANTS OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, ACCESSIBILITY TO AMENITIES, AND SPATIAL SPILLOVERS IN CORE BASED STATISTICAL AREAS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2010-2015
This study contributes to basic knowledge of the determinants of house value in the United States by examining factors related to demography, time lag, accessibility to amenities, and house value spillovers using spatial data analysis and statistical learning techniques. Household type, education attainment, unemployment rate (and its time lag variable), industry by occupation, median household income (and its time lag variable), accessibility to transportation and spillovers effect are found to be important determinants of house value in core based statistical areas in the United States.
Regional studies; CBSAs; house value
Donaghy, Kieran Patrick
City and Regional Planning
M.S., City and Regional Planning
Master of Science
dissertation or thesis