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The influence of neighbourhood characteristics on housing prices has gained increasing attention from scholars in recent decades. However, studies on the three-dimensional nature of urban space, and particularly the vertical dimension, have remained limited. This study investigates previously unexplored variables that can capture the vertical and horizontal dimensions of land-use configuration. In addition, this study proposes a spatially filtered multi-level approach to modelling variations in property values which can capture both spatial and multi-level effects. The research findings reveal a price premium for housing located in immediate neighbourhoods with more open mid-rise buildings and low plants. The results also demonstrate the varying effects of determinants of house pricing in spatially heterogeneous zones.
|Journal||Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science|
|Publication status||Published - 8 Jun 2023|
- Property value
- Three-dimesional land-use configuration
- Spatially filtered multi-level modelling