Using genetic algorithms for real estate appraisals

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The main aim of this paper is the interpretation of the existing relationship between real estate rental prices and geographical location of housing units in a central urban area of Naples (Santa Lucia and Riviera of Chiaia neighborhoods). Genetic algorithms (GA) are used for this purpose. Also, to verify the reliability of genetic algorithms for real estate appraisals and, at the same time, to show the forecasting potentialities of these techniques in the analysis of housing markets, a multiple regression analysis (MRA) was applied comparing results of GA and MRA.

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Giudice, V. D., De Paola, P., & Forte, F. (2017). Using genetic algorithms for real estate appraisals. Buildings, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings7020031

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