Journal of Housing Research, Volume 5, Issue 1

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Office of Housing Policy Research, Fannie Mae, 1994 - Housing
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Page 136 - Changes in the Relative Incentives to Invest in Housing: Australia, Sweden and the United States, Journal of Housing Economics 2, p.
Page 117 - Young, and two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments and to the National Housing Strategy, Department of Health, Housing, and Community Services, and the Social Science Data Archives, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, for making available the Housing and Location Choice Survey data.
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Page 5 - Section 222 requires a down payment of 3 percent of the first $25,000 and 5 percent of any amount above $25,000 up to a maximum mortgage amount of $60,000 as indicated earlier.
Page 23 - Journal of Housing Research 4(1): 73-129. Anas. A. and RJ Arnott (1994). "The Chicago Prototype Housing Market Model with Tenure Choice and Its Policy Applications.
Page 136 - A Model of Housing Tenure Choice in Australia. Journal of Urban Economics, 37, 161-175.
Page 102 - The variable itself is derived from the 1990 Census of Population and Housing (US Bureau of the Census, 1990) data using a function in the ARC/INFO CIS software package.
Page 116 - Linneman, Peter, and Susan M. Wachter. 1989. The Impacts of Borrowing Constraints on Homeownership.
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