What will Superfund do to property values?

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What will Superfund do to property values?

Silverton residents wary over EPA’s claim that home prices rise after mine cleanup
Cement Creek divides the town of Silverton in more than one way, with some residents in favor of a Superfund designation and others opposed. The Environmental Protection Agency recently told residents such a designation could increase property values.
The Environmental Protection Agency told residents a Superfund designation could increase home prices and remedy mine wastewater from flowing into area waterways.

What will Superfund do to property values?

Cement Creek divides the town of Silverton in more than one way, with some residents in favor of a Superfund designation and others opposed. The Environmental Protection Agency recently told residents such a designation could increase property values.
The Environmental Protection Agency told residents a Superfund designation could increase home prices and remedy mine wastewater from flowing into area waterways.
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Visit bit.ly/1LhO0CQ to view the 59-page report, “Does cleanup of hazardous Waste Sites Raise Housing Values?” by Shanti Gamper-Rabindran and Christopher Timmins.

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