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Maria Trojanek

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The author endeavoured to define profiles and preferences of buyers on the primary housing market in Poznań. To achieve this aim, the author used data obtained from notarial deeds concerning transactions entered into on the primary housing market in Poznań in the period 2010-2011.

The study was conducted among the biggest groups of buyers (i.e., women, men and married couples - 90% of those analyzed). The number of transactions encompassed in the study amounted to 1,648 (after selection and rejection of transactions with an incomplete description, e.g., incomplete information in the land register).

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Maria Trojanek

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The municipal real estate stock, including housing, serves as an asset base in the process of carrying out statutory tasks by the municipality. Due to the numerous functions of municipal housing in socioeconomic development and its influence on people’s living conditions, it is essential that local governments manage the stock with particular rationality and effectiveness. Management activities differ according to the aim, type and functions of the stock. This paper discusses conditions and potential benefits for the municipality from replacing budgetary units with commercial companies that take over the statutory tasks of municipalities in the field of public social housing and providing the right conditions to enable people’s housing needs to be met. Furthermore, the author presents possible financial settlement forms resulting from leasing municipal housing to commercial companies.

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Maria Trojanek and Wojciech Kisiała

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The aim of this paper is to identify the spatial differentiation of revenue from real estate in communes’ budgets across Polish provinces. We discuss property fees and taxes which feed into the communes’ budgets. We also present the assumptions of the research procedure which enabled us to distinguish classes of provinces according to revenues from real estate. In a further section of the paper, we analyze per capita revenues from real estate and the share of these revenues in the own income of communes among the distinguished classes of distance from the province capital. The results of our study show that, in the years under discussion, there are clear differences between spatial regularities in both scopes of analysis (the level of per capita income from real estate and the share of revenue from properties in the communes’ own income).

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Maria Trojanek and Wojciech Kisiała

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The main aim of this paper is to identify differences between Polish communes as regards their revenues from property taxes. To this end, we distinguished and described types of communes with similar configurations of features under analysis (incomes from real property tax, agricultural tax and forest tax). In the research procedure, we applied methods of multidimensional analysis, with particular emphasis on cluster analysis. The research was conducted on the basis of aggregated (to eliminate random fluctuations) values of income from properties in the years 2013-2015. On the basis of typological classification, we distinguished six clusters (groups) of communes of different quantitative characteristics of budget revenues from property taxes. We identified specific regularities in the distribution of the distinguished commune types.