Replication data for: Superstar Cities

Joseph Gyourko, Christopher Mayer & Todd Sinai
We document large long-run differences in average house price appreciation across metropolitan areas over the past 50 years, and show they can be explained by an inelastic supply of land in some unique locations combined with an increasing number of highincome households nationally. The resulting high house prices and price-to-rent ratios in those \"superstar\" areas crowd out lower income households. The same forces generate a similar pattern among municipalities within a metropolitan area. These facts...
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