Housing Prices and Behavioral EconomicsBy
In traditional finance text books, assets are always priced perfectly by the cool, rational work of markets. In the real world, human behavior has a huge influence on what things sell for, particularly houses. That’s lead to an area of research called behavioral economics—the study of how people’s emotions impact their financial decisions.
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