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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatiana Andreeva
Analysis of the Influence of Urban Infrastructure Factors on the Pricing of Real Estate in Moscow
Economics and Statistics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
In recent decades, the population’s requirements for living conditions have

increased markedly: due to a wide variety of offers in the real estate

market, choices have also increased. At the same time, so-called living

comfort is influenced by many factors, from the obvious characteristics of a

residential building to the state of the environment and the number of

public transport stops within walking distance. This paper presents an

analysis of the influence of infrastructural factors that ensure the comfort

of living for the population on the pricing of residential real estate in

Moscow using a hedonic model. Modeling was carried out on groups of

regions that were homogeneous in terms of the development of

infrastructure in them, which were selected by constructing an integral

indicator of living comfort and clustering.

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