Enterprise Zones and Property Values: What We Know (or Maybe Don'T)

Posted: 29 Mar 2002

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Joseph J. Cordes

George Washington Institute of Public Policy (GWIP)

Nancy A. Gardner

George Washington University - School of Public Policy and Public Administration (SPPPA)

Abstract

The authors analyze the impact of enterprise zone designation on housing values. Zone designation was found to accelerate growth in housing values in areas where housing vacancy rates were initially low, but to lower growth in housing values in areas where housing vacancy rates were initially high, the authors write.

Suggested Citation

Cordes, Joseph J. and Gardner, Nancy A., Enterprise Zones and Property Values: What We Know (or Maybe Don'T). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=305686

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Nancy A. Gardner

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