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|Title:||House prices in Malta - an economic analysis|
Camilleri, Denis H.
|Keywords:||Housing -- Prices -- Malta|
Housing -- Malta -- Statistics
Housing market -- Analysis -- Malta
|Publisher:||Central Bank of Malta|
|Citation:||Falzon, J., Zammit, W., & Camilleri, D. H. (2005). House prices in Malta - an economic analysis. Central Bank of Malta Quarterly Review, 1, 52-70.|
|Abstract:||Malta is one of the most densely populated areas in the world.1 This makes land in Malta a relatively expensive asset, with houses comprising one of the major vehicles of investment in which a large proportion of domestic equity is traditionally kept.2 Developments in the housing market have important implications for existing homeowners, real estate agents and operators in the construction industry. Demand and supply conditions as well as movements in house prices are also of concern to the Central Bank of Malta in view of the latter’s responsibility for maintaining price and financial market stability.|
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