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Non in my area at this time. People looking for an excuse to loot is the primary motivation. They are looking for stuff not justice. A real pity!
Chris Ann Cleland
Westlake Village, CA
None but I am out in the suburbs not in the city of Chicago itself.
Chris Ann Cleland
None IMO - there are other reasons impacting sales
Panama City, FL
No impact in our area. A
Kenneth J. Jones, SRES, SFR, SCGREA They have not impacted my specific area.
The only impact that I have heard of in Wisconsin is in one city in the SE corner.
Fortunately Erie PA is fairly quiet area. Yes, we have a few areas where I would not show a property after dark.
Not in my area - it's an election year and as I remember, election years are always troublesome
No effect so far.
wow-- fortunately none
It has not affected our market.
I don't think it has had any impact on my market area. Areas where thre is violence may experience resistance from new buyers and see an increase of sellers wanting to get out.
We had lunch today with a friend who lives in an inner city. Our friend plans to move to the suburbs, primary reason being the riots and terrorism.
Side note: Friend is pretty far left politically. She was an Obama cheerleader and a hardcore Democrat. Today she said she won't be voting for Hillary. People like her are seeing the light.
Zero here thank you.
No effect on real estate in my market. But the overall impact to society in general is palpable. The more we let this nonsense happen, the worse it gets.
No negative effect in this area, but I can see where some buyers would delay looking at houses in riot areas.
In brief, none.
Has a great effect on values in the communities where these protesters and rioters live. Seems not many care to be their neighbor.
Some years ago a local shopping complex, a St Petersburg renewal project, was literally put out of business due to persistent protests for a wide range of issues. The shopping complex was a major employer in the community. The community where they lived. No looting occurred.
None in my area, but I would imagine that riots would kill the market. Who wants to live where that happens?
Not in my area. Our community typically tries to solve issues by discussions during our bi-monthly city wide meetings.
Fortunatelly, we do not have issues like that in my nearby locations.
None at this time
I have not noticed any impact!
No iimpact. We had 5 police officers murdered in Dallas last month, no riots but much support for our police department.
We have not had any of those issues in my area.
But, the bombs didn't help.
I think after 9/11 more moved out to the suburbs anyway.
Location comes to mind paying a little more to be out of the mix makes sense
This has not affected our area.