Gas pipelines don't lower property values, INGAA Foundation study finds

An underground natural gas pipeline's presence does not affect residential properties' sales prices or insurability, a study commissioned by INGAA Foundation Inc. concluded. The study by Integra Realty Resources Inc. for the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America's foundation based the finding on analysis of property sales in Ohio, New Jersey, Virginia, and Mississippi.

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