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The use of spatial methods is becoming increasingly common in social and economic research as it emphasizes the relevance of spatiality to the understanding of socio-economic facts. Once embraced, the spatial factor can substantially help explain variations in the properties being examined, thus improving the quality of their description and supporting the development of econometric models. This paper explores some of the characteristics of Poland’s job market, making an inquiry into their spatial dependencies. The study looks at the country’s labour market from a local perspective, examining its properties for spatial autocorrelation (both global and local). Linear econometric models are subsequently built for such variables as the number of persons in employment, the number of women and men in employment. The models are further investigated to assess the applicability of spatial modelling in their development.
The paper presents the results of research aimed at assessing the geographic diversification of the income affordability of flats on both the primary and secondary markets in Poland in the years 2012 - 2016. It analyzes the differences in the income affordability of flats: 1) in voivodeship cities, 2) between voivodeship cities, 3) between voivodeship capitals and other major cities located in counties in the voivodeship. Measures of differentiation and the Shapiro-Wilk, Fisher-Snedecor and t-Student tests were used. The source of the data used to conduct the study was the AMRON system. The results of the study indicate that: 1) changes in the income affordability of flats in voivodeship cities were small during the analyzed period, 2) the average diversification in voivodeship cities in terms of the income affordability of flats was small, however the differences in the extreme values of housing affordability indicators were high, 3) the maximum differences in the income affordability of flats between counties in the same voivodeship were high, 4) in a majority of voivodeships (11 out of 16), the income affordability of flats in a voivodeship city was lower (not always statistically significantly) than in the remaining counties of the voivodeship.
The presented case study is to provide various methods of determining the impact of the time trend on the changes in transaction prices of undeveloped land properties. The basis for each property valuation is an analysis of the local market, where the valued property is located. This analysis lies in the implementation of activities related to determining the trend of changes in the prices of real estate and their update on the valuation date, as well as in determining the impact of the various attributes of a property on the formation of a unit transaction price. The valuer making a valuation of a property is required to take into account the changes in price which occur as a result of the passage of time. The price adjustment is done properly if all the changes in price during a certain period of time are taken into consideration. In order to determine the trend of transaction prices, one can use:
- a method of comparing property prices by similar pairs,
- linear and nonlinear additive models,
- nonlinear multiplicative models (e.g., in the form of a multiplicative exponential function, power).
The choice of the right method of updating transaction prices depends on the sample size adopted for the analysis of the real estate market. It is also crucial to select the right representative real estate database that best reflects the tested reality.
A practical and theoretical research method of the time trend was developed using undeveloped land property price data. An analysis of determining the impact of time on real estate prices has been presented using each of the above mentioned mathematical models.
The object of the study was the local market of undeveloped land properties, including sale and purchase transactions conducted in Stoczek Łukowski. A merit analysis of the methods used and a comparison of the obtained results have also been provided.
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The paper discusses the local government revenue from the real estate market, focusing mainly on identifying the spatial differentiation of municipal income from the real estate market. The study covered all communes (gminas) in Poland (2,478). The temporal scope of the study was a decade between 2005 and 2015. The analyses focused on the following three groups of revenue from a real estate market: recurrent property taxes, revenue from municipal assets, and taxes in respect of the ownership right transfer. The main research hypothesis was made that the community located in central and north-western Poland gain higher income from the real estate market, than other gminas. The analyses were carried out on the basis of particular types of gminas (municipalities, urban-rural communities, and rural communities ‒ in the voivodeship arrangement). Voivodeship capitals were subjected to separate analyses because of the specific central character of their public functions. The data came from the Local Data Bank of the Polish Central Statistical Office. The data analysis was conducted by means of statistical and econometric methods.
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