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Sellers and Nonsellers of Land for New Rural Housing.

Author: 
Pyle, Lizbeth A.

Landowners can choose either to sell or to hold their land in areas with active rural land markets. Sellers and nonsellers are both important because their decisions shape patterns of land use. Analysis of 1980 mail survey data from 286 landowners in the Rochester, MN SMSA isolates four characteristics that distinguish sellers from nonsellers. See also series of three articles based on Pyle's research in the CURA Reporter, March 1981, November 1981, and September 1982.

Journal: 
Professional Geographer
Publication date: 
1986
Publisher: 
Association of American Geographers.
Pages: 
38 (4): 343-349.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
L8600

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