Portland’s Toxic Air Hot Spots – Nick Krautter Weighs in on Real Estate Impact

by | Feb 25, 2016 | PDX News

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Earlier this month, extreme levels of arsenic and cadmium were discovered in the air and soil in two Portland areas that have left many residents concerned about long term environmental and health effects.

While the state of Oregon conducts additional testing for pollutants in and around two local glass producers, many are wondering what this means for the local Portland housing market.

KATU News stopped by our new SellPDX office in NE Portland (35 NE Weidler St) to get Nick’s take on how the toxic air controversy will affect the real estate market and whether it will have a major impact on its current upward trajectory.  Take a Look!

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