Valuation - effects of pollution, Valuation of housing
This study reemphasizes a point made in other studies by Kinnard and his colleagues: claims about the effects of contamination and stigma on market value should be documented by careful research. The authors argue that surveys and opinion pools may be misleading.
Reprinted with permission from Real Estate Counseling Group of Connecticut.
Kinnard, William N.; Gecklet, Mary Beth; and DeLottie, Jake W.
"The effect of varying levels of negative publicity on single-family property values: A case study of soil contamination,"
Assessment Journal: Vol. 3:
5, Article 4.
Available at: https://researchexchange.iaao.org/assessment_journal/vol3/iss5/4