||Calculation of habitable dwelling surfaces – an empirical analysis for the agglomerations of Munich and Sydney
||Kippes, Stephan; Chris Eves and Peter Wills
||In many countries the calculation of habitable dwelling surface is characterised by a chaotic variety of calculation variants hardly comprehensible for the end user - sometimes not even reproducible for the expert. Therefore dossiers were analysed on the basis of a random choice in order to determine the method according to which the habitable dwelling surface was measured and to find out whether customers can scrutinize the calculations. The paper compares Sydney and Munich, where in both cases property prices are situated at the high end of the market.
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Kippes, Stephan; Chris Eves and Peter Wills (2005).
Calculation of habitable dwelling surfaces – an empirical analysis for the agglomerations of Munich and Sydney. Book of Abstracts: 2005 European Real Estate Society conference in association with the International Real Estate Society,