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Kevin Beaubrun-Diant and Tristan-Pierre Maury
 
''Implications of homeownership policies on land prices: the case of a French experiment''
( 2021, Vol. 41 No.3 )
 
 
We propose to estimate the price effects of a positive housing demand shock on French real estate markets. The "Interest Free Loan" system is expected to support housing demand by first-time buyers. From 2009 to mid-2010, the amount of subsidies paid to first-time buyers was increased. We evaluate the effect of this new housing policy on land parcel prices using a new methodological approach of a hybrid of difference-in-difference and matching techniques, and exploiting geographical differences in the policy design to identify possible inflationary effects. We identify significant but transitory inflationary effects suggesting that land supply elasticity is low in France.
 
 
Keywords: Land Prices, Inflation effects, Homeownership Policies
JEL: R2 - Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics: Household Analysis: General
R1 - General Regional Economics (includes Regional Data)
 
Manuscript Received : Dec 10 2020 Manuscript Accepted : Jul 18 2021

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