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Table 6 Uncertainty in subjective probability distributions of house prices (within postal code estimates)

From: Measuring expectations from household surveys: new results on subjective probabilities of future house prices

Variables (1) (2)
q75–q25 q90–q10
Log (price/m2) \(-\)0.010 0.102
Age 45–64 \(-\)0.354** \(-\)0.694***
Age over 64 \(-\)0.628*** \(-\)1.293***
Blue collar \(-\)0.198 \(-\)0.312
Self-employed \(-\)0.023 0.151
Secondary education \(-\)0.066 \(-\)0.303
University education \(-\)0.237 \(-\)0.458
Woman \(-\)0.044 \(-\)0.023
Own other housing \(-\)0.107 \(-\)0.217
Bought main residence recently \(-\)0.070 \(-\)0.101
Log (household income) \(-\)0.022 \(-\)0.029
Wealth percentiles 25–50 \(-\)0.231 \(-\)0.636*
Wealth percentiles 50–75 \(-\)0.437** \(-\)1.064***
Wealth percentiles 75–90 \(-\)0.249 \(-\)0.709*
Wealth percentiles 90–100 \(-\)0.107 \(-\)0.360
Constant 4.533*** 7.873***
Observations 5023 5023
Adjusted R\(^2\) 0.432 0.456
  1. All specifications include postal dummies and have been estimated taking into account population weights and the five imputed datasets
  2. *** p \(<\) 0.01, ** p \(<\) 0.05, * p \(<\) 0.1