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Hi Allan! Two weeks ago we sold 100 acres in eastern Douglas County, Illinois, (east-central Illinois). The soils in this area tend to be heavier and retain moisture very well, and this farm has had some drainage issues. There are several gas pipelines ...
We see no market value impact on pipelines in our area. The pipelines pay pretty good loss of revenue for a few years and restore the land. If you can prove in your local market you have an impact on Market supported open market matched ...
Has anyone had any appraisal experience with valuation impact on farms due to pipeline installation. In our area we have had Dakota oil pipeline and Spire natural gas pipe line activity. We are seeing some long term implications where these lines are ...
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