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Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Integrationsfähigkeit unterschiedlicher Daten für die Bewertung in realen kaufpreisarmen Lagen

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Matthias Soot, Alexander Dorndorf, Hamza Alkhatib, Alexandra Weitkamp
Abstract

Comprehensive market data for all functional and spatial submarkets are the basis for a reliable and accurate property valuation. In general, these data are derived from a sufficient number of purchase prices using statistical approaches (hedonic models) and published in market reports. These approaches apply whenever there is a sufficient number of purchase cases for a spatial and functional submarket. If the number of transactions is low (so-called regions with few transactions), classical statistical approaches fail to derive the market data and, as a result, it thus became more difficult to determine the market value. As a result of the high lack of transparency in these markets, there are many unusual cases of purchase (outliers), i. e. cases that deviate strongly from the average market. However, to derive market data (e. g. in the form of comparison factors) in regions with few transactions, there is a need for research into the development of methods for these special markets: In particular, the ability to integrate further information (offer data, compiled appraisals, expert knowledge) into the evaluation is in the foreground here. This paper uses the application of a robust Bayesian model to derive market data from a combination of expert knowledge and purchase price data. In /Dorndorf et al. 2016/ an approach for the evaluation of regions with few transactions in a simulated environment has already been developed. In this article, this methodology is applied and validated for the first time in a real area with few transactions. In addition, findings on data sources and data quality are presented and discussed. The results of the study show that the methodology developed can be used to integrate additional market data into real estate valuations. However, this requires a significantly increased effort in collecting the additional data. Nevertheless, the methodology presented provides an opportunity for valuation of regions with few transactions.

Organisationseinheit(en)
Geodätisches Institut
Externe Organisation(en)
Technische Universität Dresden
Typ
Artikel
Journal
AVN Allgemeine Vermessungs-Nachrichten
Band
126
Seiten
247-258
Anzahl der Seiten
12
ISSN
0002-5968
Publikationsdatum
2019
Publikationsstatus
Veröffentlicht
Peer-reviewed
Ja
ASJC Scopus Sachgebiete
Geografie, Planung und Entwicklung, Tief- und Ingenieurbau, Erdkunde und Planetologie (sonstige)
 

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