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Mohammadpour Zarandi H, Daroudi M. Ranking Components of Household’s Residential Movement Model Emphasizing on Economic View of Housing (Case Study: Seyyed Khandan Neighborhood-Tehran District 3). IUESA. 2016; 4 (15) :37-53
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1- Faculty Member, Faculty of Humanities University of Science and Culture, Head of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association
2- Department of Urban Development, Faculty of Art and Architecture Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran
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One of the aspects of city dynamism is households’ movement from one residential neighborhood to other ones inside the city. These movements that affect city structure have various reasons. Assessing the reasons of household’s residential movement is very complex task since it is due to the concept of residential satisfaction or dissatisfaction. However, this movement, depending on the type of ownership, can be done based on people’s indexes and factors. Therefore, this paper aims to analyze and prioritize importance of residential movement indexes emphasizing on the type of people and households’ ownership in Seyyed Khandan neighborhood of Tehran. To determine sample size of the case study, Cochran formula was used and 175 questionnaires were distributed in the neighborhood. However, in order to prioritize residential indexes in two aspects of (owner/tenant), Entropy and qualitative method of SAW were used. This paper indicates that educated landowners have high tendency and jobless landowners have low tendency to move. This may be due to their fear of losing the ownership of their residential units because of fluctuations in the housing market. However, tenants who earn high income tend to have successive movements greatly and those who are unemployed or earn low revenue prefer to stay in their residential environment. Therefore, it is recommended that banking facilities and urban projects to be increased in line with providing houses for households in order to reduce their repetitive movements.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/04/4 | Accepted: 2016/08/22 | Published: 2016/09/21

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