Using Multiple Regression Analysis in Real Estate Appraisal

Isakson, Hans R.
October 2001
Appraisal Journal;Oct2001, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p424
Academic Journal
Illustrates the mistakes that real estate appraisers can make when using multiple regression analysis (MRA) to estimate the value of real estate. Overview of the application of MRA in the appraisal of real estate; Techniques for avoiding mistakes in the valuation of real property; Discussion of the robustness of the results of the regression.


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