CHICAGO (April 13, 2018) – (RealEstateRama) — Home values in Golden Beach, Maryland, near an April 2000 oil spill dropped in the short term, but rebounded after two years, according to a study published this week in The Appraisal Journal.
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“A Pipeline Spill Revisited: How Long Do Impacts on Home Prices Last?” by Richard J. Roddewig, MAI, Charles T. Brigden and Anne S. Baxendale revisits a case study of homes near an April 2000 oil spill to examine changes in real estate prices in the following years. Although home values initially dropped 10.9 percent to 12.6 percent, the latest research shows prices overcame their losses by 2002.
Read “A Pipeline Spill Revisited: How Long Do Impacts on Home Prices Last?” in the Winter 2018 issue of The Appraisal Journal.
Also in The Appraisal Journal’s Winter 2018 issue:
“Environmental Risk Premiums and Price Effects in Commercial Real Estate Transactions,” by Thomas O. Jackson, Ph.D., MAI, and Chris Yost-Bremm, Ph.D., examines the effects of environmental contamination on commercial properties’ sale prices and capitalization rates. The study finds deep discounts for contaminated properties before remediation, but reports prices recovered after remediation.
“Regression Coefficients and Calculate Adjustments for Differences in Property Productivity Features,” by A. Ason Okoruwa, Ph.D., MAI, AI-GRS, provides a method of using multiple regression analysis in the sales comparison approach to value commercial property. The regression model also is used to calculate market-supported adjustments in a direct sales comparison approach.
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