gia, the historic center of Syracuse, is a complex urban entity characterized by high outer homogeneity and inner heterogeneity. The evolu- tion of its real estate market during the last decade is somehow related to the global property market one. In addition its events are connected with the evolu- tion of the exploiting policies still ongoing. The critical observations of its fea- tures aim at providing tools able to support the decisions about subsides and local property taxes. This study continues the observations we have carried out for five years, this time involving clustering analysis, a data mining technique able to recognize different submarkets, and suitable to make the valuation pat- tern fit to the different market areas. For each of the latter significant characte- ristics have been recognized with reference to the “monetary declination” of these particular capital assets.
|Titolo:||Clustering Analysis in a Complex Real Estate Market The Case of Ortigia (Italy)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|