Document Type

Article

Publication Date

10-1975

Abstract

This issue of Review of Applied Urban Research features "A Geographical Approach to Residential Construction Cost Structure," by Gary K. Higgs and William H. Cheek.

The single-family residence is generally the largest and most important purchase of any household unit. Those employed in building these residences also constitute a large proportion of the domestic construction industry and the unique emotional status of a home has made the residence construction and related industries one of the principal material economic indicators.

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