Author: | Property values
Testimony of Michael McCann on property value impacts in Adams County IL
“Property value declines from 20 to 43 percent can be expected in parcels within two miles of turbine sites.”
“Nobody in the area could believe it. They were so loud.” The NY Times on the Fox Island wind turbines
NY Times: Turbines Too Loud for You? Here, Take $5,000
If noise is not an issue as the BRSA claims, why is Caithness Energy paying off local residents in Ohio?
Wisconsin Real Estate Magazine: New Wind Farm Regulations Could Decrease Property Values
“Do Wind Projects Adversely Affect Proximate Residential Property Values?” A compilation of property value articles from John Droz.
A survey by a local realtor may have confirmed the worst suspicions of Stan Mundy, whose home is closest to Chevron’s wind farm northeast of Casper.
Critics say wind turbines hurt land values.
Michigan Wind Working Group – Impact of Wind Turbines on Property Values
Property values blowing in the wind.
Landowners say turbines have hurt their property values.
A proposed 120-metre wind turbine would knock 50 per cent off the value of thousands of nearby homes.
Wind farm property sells at sheriff’s sale.
Wind Farms, Residential Property Values and Rubber Rulers – This is a summary, there’s a link to the full article at the bottom.
This agreement was drafted by attorneys in Illinois. If adopted as a condition of approving a wind energy facility, the agreement would guarantee property value protections. The BRSA will do this when hell freezes over.
Among those terms and conditions of the property site were … 3) It not be near “windmills.”
Wind Turbine Impact Study – Author: Appraisal Group One
Wind farms are a wonderful source of renewable energy. But have you tried living near one? As Ross Clark reports, they can seriously damage the value of your house
Giant blades are slicing home prices. Wind turbines and Property Value – Real Life Experience
Living with the impact of windmills
[compiled by Bill Heller of Union Beach, NJ, noturbine.com]
• Also: https://wind-watch.org/news/?p=57634
Property appraisal reduced by 12% because of wind turbine noise – Georgia, Vermont
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