METHODS AND MODELS FOR EVALUATING THE LEVEL OF REAL ESTATE USE AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL

Authors

  • I. Kondratiuk O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33042/2522-1809-2023-6-180-92-97

Keywords:

spatial provision, use of real estate, method, models, evaluation, land use, information support

Abstract

In the conditions of transformational processes, determined by the inhibition of the development of land relations, a decrease in their effectiveness, and a reduction in the level of use of real estate objects at the regional level, there is a need to rethink approaches to creating a quantitative basis for decision-making through the application of methods and evaluation models. In this context, it is crucial to highlight the importance of applying appropriate methods to assess the factors influencing the level of real estate use at the regional level, with a particular emphasis on expert and analytical methods. Spatial, functional, investment, and environmental factors affecting the use of real estate are evaluated based on these methods.

As a result of the research, the methods and models for real estate use processes at the regional level are proposed. It made it possible to form a mathematical basis and identify the appropriate tools for developing a method of assessing the level of real estate use and creating a quantitative basis for developing measures to improve the efficiency of its use at the regional level.

By employing the expert evaluation method, an analysis of real estate utilisation indicators at the regional level is conducted. This analysis enables the formation of a concrete quantitative basis for further developing an appropriate evaluation method. It is noticeable that this approach made it possible to identify and evaluate the current situation and also to create the basis for forecasting future indicators of real estate use.

In addition, mathematical modelling is used for detailed data analysis and determination of relationships between various factors affecting the use of real estate. It allowed us to understand which factors have the most significant influence on the efficiency of real estate use and the order of their interaction.

As a result of the study, scientifically based recommendations on increasing the efficiency of real estate use were developed. These recommendations, based on objective data, consider all aspects affecting the problem, making it possible to make more accurate and informed decisions regarding the optimisation of the use of real estate in the regions.

Author Biography

I. Kondratiuk, O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

Assistant at the Department of Land Administration and Geoinformation Systems

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Published

2023-12-04

How to Cite

Kondratiuk, I. (2023). METHODS AND MODELS FOR EVALUATING THE LEVEL OF REAL ESTATE USE AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL. Municipal Economy of Cities, 6(180), 92–97. https://doi.org/10.33042/2522-1809-2023-6-180-92-97