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Spatial aspects of property value appreciation Public Deposited

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  • An attempt is made to determine whether or not property value appreciation on land adjacent to an expanding urban center is related to distance from the city and to identify the temporal variation in this relationship. The results of simple linear regression strongly suggest that property value appreciation and distance from the city are not spatially related.
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