Climate change could worsen environmental conditions that affect real estate values, such as extreme weather events and coastal erosion. But policies to prevent climate change can also affect real estate values, for example through higher energy prices and land use regulation. This lecture will examine the linkages between the climate change risks, climate policy, and real estate markets. We will also discuss the likely regional economic effects of recent proposed climate legislation.
Climate change; Economic effects; Global warming; Property values; Real estate markets
Climate | Real Estate
Morris, A. C.
Climate Change and Real Estate: How Environmental Risks and Policies Impact Markets.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/brookings_lectures_events/9