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REIT, Earnings, Market Efficiency
externalities, residential real estate, neighborhood tipping, sorting, sex offenders
residential housing, house prices, house liquidity, principal-agent problem, moral hazard, asymmetric information
transaction cost, real estate, agent incentives
loan-to-value ratio, mobility of elderly, leverage, downsizing
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Loan-To-Value Ratio, Home Improvements, Housing Equity
bargaining; mortgage financing; housing prices
Principal/agent conflict; Asymmetric information; Moral hazard
Agency Theory; Residential Brokerage; Commission Splits; Dual Agency
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