Suelo Urbano disponible en el Gran Santiago
(Foto Aérea Febrero de 2006)
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(a) No considera la superficie con uso no habitacional en el Portal Bicentenario. Fuente: Serex.
the building permits, real estate sales and clear quantification of the availability of land in the city of Santiago. The building permits are critical to our guild since they deliver a picture of what is happening in the construction sector. The CChC, based on information from the INE statistics builds and monitors the developments in the housing sector (houses and apartments). The information is fairly complete and allows georeferenced data. Another very important example is the real estate sales, since they account for the preferences of individuals. The CChC has succeeded at least in Santiago and in some regional capitals, a large number of companies reporting their sales. This is an estimate that studies the evolution of the housing market and departments (Fig.2).
CChC also estimates the available stock of houses and apartments (fig.3). Finally, we believe the months to exhaust stock, with very valuable information when making investment decisions. Again, the databases would show easily georeferenced information (Fig.4). In the context of the amendment to the Metropolitan Plan of Santiago, and starting from the fact that it was not known a clear quantification of the availability of land in the city of Santiago, the CChC asked the Catholic University to make the quantification of the availability of land, using an aerial photograph of Air Service Photogrammetric in the year 2007. The most recent photograph was taken in 2006 and it was used later, with the results shown in the chart 1.