25 January 2014
The presence of wind turbines near homes has wiped tens of thousands of pounds off their value, according to the first major study into the impact the eyesore structures have on house prices.
The study by the London School… Continue reading
by Victoria Allen | Daily Mail | via Scotland Against Spin
Scots homeowners are seeing up to 50 per cent slashed from the value of their houses because of wind turbines, estate agents have warned.
Mounting evidence is emerging that the SNP’s green crusade has wiped thousands of pounds from home values across the country. It comes as the Scottish Government launches a study into the link between house prices and turbines, which experts say will show homes near… Continue reading
Peter Reardon – September 1, 2013
This 33-page study released by Australian real estate consultant and registered valuer, Peter Reardon, provides sales evidence demonstrating that wind farms are negatively impacting property values. Mr. Reardon’s work examined the effect of more than 3000 turbines either in operation or proposed for construction across New South Wales in Australia. The summary of the report is attached.
Summary – Overview
An initial report was undertaken in May 2012. At… Continue reading
To all concerned:
The new LBNL value report has been placed with many media outlets, as part of the follow up public relations campaign to dismiss value impacts as a mere “concern”, while doing little to address the very real problem. I have received many requests for comment on the latest LBNL effort. A thoughtful review of the claims stated therein is warranted, and my preliminary remarks follow.
First, the August 2013 LBNL report conclusions should not be relied… Continue reading
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2013
SEARCHLIGHT — Ellen Ross, a Las Vegas-based real estate agent, bought her 17-acre property in Searchlight nine years ago as a reprieve from Vegas noise and for the property’s long vistas of Joshua trees and the Newberry Mountains.
Her days of enjoying that uncluttered natural view became numbered, however, on March 13. That’s when she learned she’ll be getting new neighbors: a dozen 428-feet-tall wind turbines — each taller than the length of an… Continue reading
October 19, 2012From Hal Marsh: http://www.lansinkappraisals.com/downloads/CaseStudy_DiminutionInValue_InjuriousAffection_WindTurbines.pdf Here is my report on the Meeting with Ben Lansink on Transmission Lines Oct. 17, 2012. Ben first spoke about his recent Case Study; “Wind Turbines Diminution in Value” [see link at top] – Eric Gillespie a lawyer involved in several cases hired Lansink to do the study – Gillespie also hired 2 other appraisers to critique his work – it will be held up to criticism – provided copies to… Continue reading