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    Title: 買賣雙方及房屋屬性對於不動產議價空間的影響
    How attributes of houses, buyers and sellers influence price concession of the real estate market in Taiwan
    Authors: 劉家愷
    Liu, Chia-Kai
    Contributors: 陳明吉
    Liu, Chia-Kai
    Keywords: 議價空間
    Price concession
    Characteristics of buyers and sellers
    Hedonic price model
    Gender differences
    Age difference
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-09-05 15:43:00 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文研究房屋屬性、買賣雙方屬性與房地產議價空間在台灣的關聯。本文使用民國98年到104年某仲介公司提供之成交價格資料,分析台灣全區及人口最多之四大都市,分別為台北市、新北市、台中市、高雄市,在迴歸模型中分次探討加入房屋屬性變數和買賣雙方屬性變數對議價空間的影響。
    This study examines how attributes of houses as well as buyers and sellers influence price concession of the real estate market in Taiwan. We utilize a real estate firm’s sales data from 2009 to 2015 to analyze the housing market in Taiwan as a whole, and in the four largest cities, Taipei, New Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung. We congregated properties’, buyers’, and sellers’ characteristics into regression analysis as variables, to inspect their statistical significance on price concession.
    The empirical results show that the majority of housing characteristics listed, such as size, age of building, number of rooms, and number of living areas, are statistically significant on price concession. Only a few attributes are statistically insignificant due to regional preferences. For attributes of buyers and sellers, gender is also statistically insignificant on price concession, indicating that in Taiwan gender caused minimal difference in bargaining power. On the other hand, age is statistically significant, with a positive relationship between seller’s age and price concession with the exception of Kaohsiung, and a negative relationship between buyer’s age and price concession with the exception of Taichung. The party with bigger bargaining power also variates between different cities, while buyer holds a bigger influence in Taipei, New Taipei, Kaohsiung, and Taiwan as a whole, in Taichung the power leans more toward the seller.
    As for gender differences, neither are sellers’ nor buyers’ gender are statistically significant towards price concession. But when we take age groups into consideration, male sellers that are 61~80 years old is statistically significant towards buyers of other gender and age groups, especially when the buyer is at 41~60 years old, statistics show the range for price concession is lower.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G1063570172
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900840
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