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Correlation Analysis of Fiscal Revenue and Housing Sales Price Based on Multiple Linear Regression Model

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Author: Wei Zheng, Xinyi Li, Nanxing Guan, Kun Zhang

Abstract: This paper selects seven indicators of financial revenue and housing sales price in recent 19 years in China, and uses SPSS and Excel to carry out descriptive statistics, independent sample t-test, correlation analysis and regression analysis to comprehensively study the correlation between financial revenue and housing sales price in China, and establishes the relationship between financial revenue and housing sales price When the average selling price of commercial housing increases by one unit, the fiscal revenue will increase by 27.855 points.

Keywords: Financial Revenue, Housing Sales Price, Correlation Analysis, Multiple Linear Regression Model

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