Literature review is one of the important elements in research in order to gain broader ideas. According to Uma Sekaran, literature review can be defined as a broad documentation review by which published and unpublished work from secondary data in the areas of a particular interest to the researcher. It discusses the importance of the subject, the type of theory or method used in the research.
Review of Existing Literature Research investigating the immigration and house price relationship has grown in stature yet failed to reach a general consensus; with various papers obtaining a positive, negative or even no effect. This research differs from the main body of literature surrounding immigration; the labour market impact. Results tend to be extremely difficult to generalise across.
Causes and Determinants of Real Estate Bubbles in China - A Study into Beijing (2015) Ref: build0087. The real estate market of Beijing is under investigation in order to find whether there is a potential housing bubble in China. Housing bubble as a phenomenon will be analyzed. Furthermore, the residential market of China and whether various programs for the housing policy affect housing.House prices and market trends; Public expenditure plans and the economy; Rents and revenue spending; Selected international housing trends; This website provides much of the content online, with downloadable text charts and data in PDF and Excel. Contemporary Issues chapters from earlier editions are also downloadable. Print editions of the UK Housing Review offer further articles by leading.LITERATURE REVIEW THE NATURE OF THE HOUSING MARKET According to Gavin Cameron (2005), the UK housing market has been booming in the past few years, with prices rising much faster than household incomes. He also underlies the drivers of house price growth, concludes that the current high ratio of prices to earnings may not be sustainable, and.
In this paper, we revisit the relationship between housing prices and consumption in China by using a continuous wavelet analysis. This method provides an insight into the dynamic nexus in both time and frequency domains. In general, Empirical results show that there is a positive relationship between the two series in China, although it varies across time and frequencies.
While a number of studies have focused on how rising housing prices have affected the tenure choice decision of potential FHBs, only a few, such as Dynan and Kohn (2007) have examined the effect of rising housing prices on the level of first home buyer debt. And even fewer have looked at whether rising housing prices have resulted in FHBs taking on an unstainable level of debt that affects.
Recent research has emphasized the importance of housing supply in determining house prices in different U.S. markets. This dissertation comprises three chapters, each of which focuses on constraints on housing supply, house price volatility, or the link between them. In Chapter One, I use theory and empirical evidence to understand the impact of supply regulation on price dynamics. My.
I. Literature Review Much of the popular press takes for granted that the recent house price increases seen around the world is evidence of a “bubble” in housing markets. For example, in a recent survey, McCarthy and Peach (2004) found that the high ratio of home prices relative to household income and low ratio of home prices relative to market rents for the equivalent property were.
For a study commissioned by CIH Scotland and the Wheatley Group, Evans et al. (2017) used a range of research methods: a literature review, secondary data analysis, consultation with stakeholders, research with 16 current MMR tenants, a telephone survey of 100 potential customers and three focus groups with young people, families in the private rented sector and older owners in housing need.
UK Housing Review 2017 will aim to provide a more considered appraisal of the first eighteen months of the Westminster government’s housing and welfare policy changes, as well as initial assessments of policy developments following the very recent elections in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Steve Wilcox, John Perry, Mark Stephens and Peter Williams June 2016. 4 T he Chancellor’s.
As will be seen in the literature review below, endogenous structure of the housing sector itself can play a significant role in the creation of such cycles: A positive housing demand movement causes the prices to rise (Aoki et al. 2004). Even after new constructions, the prices may continue to rise, since expectations are formed by past movements in the prices. The prices peak when.
Poverty in the UK Literature review focussing on the problems of disadvantaged areas LSE Housing and Communities Outline Evidence CASEreport 95. Contents 1. Defining poverty 2. Defining poor areas 3. Below the breadline (2014) 4. Why poor areas matter 5. The hard facts of poverty today 6a. A modern history of poverty in the UK 6b. Future challenges for tackling poverty in the UK 7. High.
Private rental housing policies and programs: a review of the international experience. The current research is intended to help assess what has changed since the 1999 study. The objective is to conduct a literature review and environmental scan, focusing on the question.
As well as the significance of housing supply for national economic well-being and individual welfare, housing supply is highly relevant to the issue of membership of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). In 2003, HM Treasury published its assessment of the five economic tests and 18 supporting studies.1 The assessment of the five tests concluded.
Tenure integration in housing developments: a literature review (NF66) Published 28.09.2015 Overview. Tenure integration in new housing developments has been a focus for research over the past 30 years, much of it investigating the perceived social benefits of mixed communities. This literature review considers the success of various approaches to locating and distributing social housing in.