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Una evaluación de la vivienda en condominio: el caso de Monterrey

Alma del Rosario García Cavazos
Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos
Vol. 6, No. 1 (16) (Jan. - Apr., 1991), pp. 117-147
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40368382
Page Count: 31
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Abstract

El problema habitacional presente en las grandes ciudades mexicanas ha motivado una serie de acciones por parte del sector público, entre las que se incluye la construcción de vivienda en condominio, considerando que constituye una solución de bajo costo y, además, arquitectónica y urbanísticamente adecuada. Este artículo reporta los resultados de una investigación evaluativa de la vivienda en condominio, tomando en consideración los aspectos físicos, psicológicos y sociales derivados de su uso: se compara el grado de satisfacción que aporta este tipo de vivienda contra el que se obtiene en vivienda unifamiliar. Se obtuvieron indicadores del nivel de satisfacción en ambos tipos de vivienda, y se aisló el efecto de residir en vivienda en condominio, utilizando técnicas cuantitativas como X², regresión y anátisis de precios implícitos. /// The housing problem present in Mexico's major cities has motivated a series of actions by the public sector, among which can be mentioned the construction of housing in condominiums, in keeping with the idea that this constitutes a low-cost solution and, in addition, an architecturally and urbanistically suitable one. In this article, the author reports on the findings of an evaluational investigation into housing in condominiums, taking into consideration physical, psychological, and social aspects derived from their use: a comparison is made between the degree of satisfaction for those living in this kind of housing and those living in one-family dwellings. Indicators were obtained on the level of satisfaction in both types of housing, and the effect of residing in condominium-type of housing was isolated using quantitative techniques such as X², regression, and analysis of implicit prices.

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