Modelling Spatial Fragmentation of the Brisbane Housing Market
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This article explores the relationships between the characteristics of urban social spaces and the housing market reflected in terms of housing price differential. Using the techniques of spatial autocorrelation and multivariate analysis, this article examines the spatial patterns of house price variations and the role of the underlying geography of urban spaces in discriminating housing markets across the Brisbane metropolitan area.
Urban Policy and Research
Housing Markets, Development, Management