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The purpose of this article is to explore an original database, built 82529 on-line real estate listings during the summer of The database allows us to capture the housing market visible by this way, at the scale of the metropolitan area and at two compliance levels: Primarily, we remind the context of the housing market in the early s in Mexico City, in particular the different forms of housing production.

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Secondly, we examine the spatial variability of the prices, reflecting the classical patterns of the social division of urban space in Mexico City, and highlighting the internal subdivisions in each types of settlement. All in all, the very wide price brackets demonstrate the substantial pressures on the residential space in the Mexican capital.

This work was part of the 2. The median value of housing in the Ciudad de Mexico 2 is a little over one million pesos according to the Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal 3a price which falls aroundpesos MXN in the State of Mexico. Finally, an exploratory empirical work on one of the urbanization fronts in the north of the metropolis has made it possible to establish an example cost price of around pesos MXN 4including the purchase of the land, the self-construction of the house and the procedures for post-clearance regularization of title deeds.

They show the inequalities of wealth across the metropolitan area of the Valley of Mexico MAVM which plays, at least in part, a role in shaping residential areas; they also refer to the diversity of production systems and housing market segments. This double movement is part of the wider process of financialization of economies and urban societies, extending even to the strategies and practices of the households themselves Le Goix, The volatility and increased level of speculation which characterizes housing markets is understandable in this context Aveline, ; the standardization of urban forms being currently produced as well – condominiums in peri-central areas, housing developments on urbanization fronts.

Thus, the outskirts of Cairo, as well as many Indian metropolitan areas have welcomed huge real estate projects, on public lands ceded to private promoters Denis, The arrangements and actor strategies at work have been the subject of specific works, both in the field of residential property development Isunza, Mendez, and commercial real estate David, Halbert,David, The central areas are not, however, abandoned, prestige operations, of smaller sizes, support the processes of social and economic transformations, Latin American way of the gentrification of historical centers Diaz, ; Janoschka, Sequera, Working-class residential spaces – degraded center, but also pericentre in the process of densification and urbanization fronts – are largely taken in the processes of financialization of the real estate sector.

Differences in prices record the characteristics of the properties but also the qualities of residential contexts – as appreciated by sellers and buyers – and they participate in the reproduction and renewal of forms of socio-spatial division.

To what extent do real estate prices make it possible to grasp the heterogeneity of residential contexts? This is the first questioning behind this work. The generalization of the online real estate listings, on sites grouping the offer of multiple agencies, constitutes a new source whose scope we wish to examine here. This is the second objective of this work, methodological this time: The first major works on the real estate market, articulated to the stakes of land, were led by O.

Terrazas and by M. In line with this work, a first systematic identification of different segments 6 in the housing market was conducted in the late s, using various paper announcements published in the newspapers, on a sample of terrains and from several empirical studies series Kunz el al.

The variety of market segments is highlighted, but also their porosity: Another approach to real estate prices, which is more economical this time is based on hedonic modeling – in other words, the statistical “explanation” of prices according to the characteristics of the property intrinsic, related to its situation and environment and services it produces. This approach has led to the identification of submarkets at the scale of the metropolitan area Sobrino, ; at the sole level of new production as well Valdivia, Finally, the land and housing prices were punctually mobilized in the analysis of complex socio-spatial processes, such as the study of residential closure Guerrien,that of poverty Eibenschutz, Benlliure,or more generally of access to housing for the poor Azuela, Tomas, ; Iracheta, Medina, The issue of working-class housing markets specifically has been the subject of specific investigations, in popular colonies Jaramillo, or in relation to the social habitat see the founding works of M.


In order to assess the quality of this database, beyond the number of recordings, we confronted it with another ad database, this time collected directly from the website of another advertiser, Realtor 10 – records for one day of collection in the fall of Finally, in order to better understand the housing market in the metropolis, several empirical surveys have been carried out amongst real estate production actors in the central and subcentral city on one hand public and private sector consultantsand amongst manufacturers and sellers in working-class suburbs on the other Then, the sources from which this market was apprehended in will be presented.

The data thus available will reveal the variability of real estate prices in the metropolitan area, in particular through the entry of different types of settlement. However, Mexico City remains a dense city: Madero and Ecatepec — each counting overunits Figure 1A. The types of housing in the ZMVM in Their distribution in the metropolitan area combines the period of settlement and density, but is not limited solely by these Figure 1B.

A classic center-periphery gradient emphasizes the hypercentre, where apartments make up over half of total housing. The variety of locations in the agglomeration refers to that of concerned housing stock: Between these two main types, there is another figure which is quite characteristic of housing in Mexico City: Lewisas well as other minority types, such as rooms on the roof, non-residential premises, shelters or mobile dwellings. Although Mexico City is historically a city of owners Tomas,it is because the different policies of access to housing were primarily aimed at home ownership and not the development of a social rental offer Coulomb, ; Bidou Zachariasen, The spatial distribution of the owners’ weight thus follows a clear center- periphery gradient figure 2A.

On the contrary, lower frequencies are observed in the hypercentre. Occupancy status of housing in the MAVM in Tenancy can refer to the characteristic choices of the urban middle classes to temporarily get closer to employment areas and upper classes in downtown reserved residences and real estate programs in the West of the city for example.

Tenancy is less visible in peripheral neighborhoods and concerns a lower population. Nevertheless, it remains a relatively large market, both in the economy of household owners that offer this service, but also for households that often do not have the means to access homeownership in these same zones Coulomb, ; Dureau,specifically households which have only been living in the MAVM recently.


The diversity of the methods of acquisition is significant: This diversity of acquisition methods refers to the diversity of the forms of production which will now be presented. Since the s, the residential space of the MAVM is schematically broken down into formal housing estates approved and authorized, under the generic 82529 of fraccionamientos 17and in illegal housing estates, the asentamientos irregulares.

However, the boundary between the two categories is hazy due to the possible forms lej regularization for a dwelling created illegally. In addition, this reading grid does not make it possible to reproduce the recent dynamics of densification of the central and pericentral zones, nor the forms of recomposition of the peripheral settlement – linked both to the construction of social housing estates and the 28592 of land protection – especially in the state of Mexico Production on order 285529.

In this process, the inhabitant controls production, finance, but does not invest personal work. This mode of production refers primarily to buildings intended for the upper classes, but also 82529 part of the production in the popular colonies – where construction is ensured by a third party, either a lry of the family for the more modest, or an actual company, be it declared or not. Private capitalist promotion comes next. An individual or a company invests in land and construction with the goal of 285299 and obtaining profit from the operation.

As a widespread type of property production in the legal sphere, it 2829 to property access modes which often involve a credit for households, in essence targeting middle and upper categories villas, luxury buildings, operations in the center.

However, as before, it is not reduced to it. Indeed, even within the illegal market, capitalist promotion is possible and accompanies land privatization strategies and property speculation. Self-construction on illegally occupied land, also known as “self-production” or “social production of housing” [Diario Oficial,Art.

Depending on the exact case, the allotment may be the result of an illegal transaction with the landowner on non-building land, or an “invasion” without prior agreement. In Mexico City, construction models without promoters, in which the developer owns the land and is the future user of the housing, are mainly seen in the popular colonies. Finally, state-supported production, encompassing a complex set of modalities. Firstly, this concerns the production of social housing for the middle and lower classes, on assisted homeownership.

This production refers to two housing stocks: Thus, the State went from being a builder in the s to s, to become more and more of a promoter, or even merely a “facilitator” Dureau, Paquette, The State grants credit for home ownership, but it is leg which buy land, build and sell social housing.

This facilitated production is lfy to capitalist promotion in the sense that the State only provides a guardianship Paquette, Yescas,Bidou Zachariasen, Only families with a real estate credit obtained in most cases by having a formal and declared job can access this type of housing.


Although popular colonies remain the main type of settlement, the huge scale of real estate transactions has marked a real turning point in the urbanization forms of municipalities of the State of Mexico. Sincehowever, the numerous bankruptcies of construction companies have led to a marked slowdown of this model. In a context of requalification and gentrification of the central zones Hiernaux, ; Paquette, ; Hiernaux, Imelda, ; Diaz,”the goal in the DF is now to build high, heavily and expensively” The State partially supervises this densification via planning regulations relating in particular to the height of buildings in the central area 22 or on the delimitation of specific development areas such as the ZODES – Economic and Social Development Zones.

In this dynamic of densification and verticalization, speculation has led to a sharp rise in real estate values in the central and peripheral zones of the agglomeration, creating a price alignment of the center on the grid of “global” cities and a process of gradual exclusion of the lower classes from the central areas, especially during new real estate operations.

However, the production form at the origin of the housing only partially determines the segment of the market in which the property is sold.

Legal private promotion may, on resale, be the subject of an informal transaction, while an illegally erected edifice on land unsuitable for construction, may, once regularized, be integrated into the formal market Kunz et al. This model corresponds in part to the publication of the traditional specialized press such as El Universal or Encuentra tu casa in Mexico City ; on the other hand, it distinguishes itself by giving both the seller and the buyer an unprecedented ease of comparison, at city level, or even on the national or international urban network.

Ad portals, as a new type of intermediary between sellers and buyers, modify the structure of the real estate market, the modalities of prospecting potential buyers Larceneux et al. In parallel, a second database we created from online ads 24 on the international portal Realtor is used as a control base. The collection of the equivalent of one day of ads brought together 3, ads for the MAVM.

These two databases required cleaning, verification and correction work, in particular with regard to the geolocation of the advertisement Number of real estate advertisements registered and spatial coverage of the metropolitan area in Number of units where at least one ad is observed. In brackets, the total number of geographical units for the given step at the scale of the MAVM and the proportion represented by the spatial coverage of advertisements. From an investigative work on a sample of land in the early s 26 Kunz et al.

It is difficult to consider conducting a similar survey work across the whole MAVM, however, the simple spatialization of advertisements collected via the online portals allows us to gauge the over-representation of residential space belonging to the upper category Figures 3 and 4. Western municipalities — which is mainly where the housing stock for the well-off is located – are well represented in the database, in absolute values and with respect to total quantity of housing in the municipality or delegation.

Urban Landscapes of residential areas well represented in the database. The vast majority of housing stocks of these underrepresented areas are classifiable as “working-class.

On the one hand, the housing market is less bright in popular colonies than in other parts of the city Kunz et al. In particular, it is almost nonexistent in the most recent settlements, where housing access mostly comes through access to land and self-construction and through the land market over the real estate market.

The exploratory talks conducted with popular colony residents have consistently illuminated strength of these networks as vectors of i information, ii credit and financial arrangements, iii transaction security.

Advertising opportunities offered by the Internet appear unsuited to the terms of the transactions, as reflect these two excerpts from interviews conducted lateabout buying and selling strategies for households.

Usually, you go by taxi, by bus, or on foot, and you inform yourself. I prefer selling in person, meeting people In a pinch, with posters on the street, by setting up ads. In popular colonies – where ads are more likely to be for land than real estate – or in sets of social housings or in medium-affluent residential areas, market visibility through this channel can be very strong, reducing the interest of using the Internet to read the dynamism of the housing market figure 4.

However, the popular housing areas are not absent from the data base, which is the first sign of the porosity between the different segments of the housing market.