Influence of Fixtures and Business Types upon Industrial Properties' Rent
Saejoon Oh,Changshin University
This study analyzes factors affecting industrial buildings rent located in Siwha National industrial complexes in Korea. The results verify that certain characteristics significantly affect the rent prices of industrial properties: location, physical buildings, inside facilities, categories of industry (business type), and macro environment. To differentiate this paper from earlier studies, it includes the characteristics of factory fixtures and business types. In addition, this study is distinctive, in that it uses the real transaction prices of factories, enhancing its reliability.
Industrial Property, Factory, Industrial Complex, Fixture, Business Type
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