Sustainable Real Estate: Management, Assessment and Innovations
De Paola, Pierfrancesco (editor)
Tajani, Francesco (editor)
Locurcio, Marco (editor)
Production and consumption activities have determined a weakness of the sustainable real estate economy. The main problems are the subordination of public decision making, which is subjected to pressure from big companies; inefficient appraisal procedures; excessive use of financial leverage in investment projects; the atypical nature of markets; income positions in urban transformations; and the financialization of real estate markets, with widespread negative effects. A delicate role in these complex problems is assigned to real estate appraisal activities, called to make value judgments on real estate goods and investment projects, the prices of which are often formed in atypical real estate markets, giving ever greater importance to sustainable development and transformation issues. This Special Issue is dedicated to developing and disseminating knowledge and innovations related to most recent real estate evaluation methodologies applied in the fields of architecture and civil, building, environmental, and territorial engineering. Suitable works include studies on econometric models, sustainable building management, building costs, risk management and real estate appraisal, mass appraisal methods applied to real estate properties, urban and land economics, transport economics, the application of economics and financial techniques to real estate markets, the economic valuation of real estate investment projects, the economic effects of building transformations or projects on the environment, and sustainable real estate.
Keywordsbig data; decision-making; feasibility study; fuzzy theory; high-rise building; mixed-use development; urban tree canopy (UTC); hedonic price model; two-stage spatial model; multi-level mixed model; varying effect; customer gender; women; tenure choice; sustainable housing; housing market; mass appraisal techniques; evaluation model; hedonic price method; geographically weighted regression; evolutionary polynomial regression; market value; smart building; smart energy system; renewable energy resources; energy storage; reserve power system; investor motives; investment profitability; smart readiness indicator; discounted cash flow analysis; natural landscape; views; visual perception; housing price; quantile regression; marginal impact; wealth inequality; growth management; sustainable development; transit-oriented development; contingent valuation method; retirement; housing downsizing; housing consumption; housing tenure choice; consumption; housing wealth effect; financial wealth effect; multi-step causality; ESG; real estate companies; ratings; sustainability; energy efficiency; sustainable decision-making; sustainable social housing management; multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM); AHP; WASPAS; COPRAS; social cohesion; uncertainty; U.S. housing markets; local projection method; impulse response functions; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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