Markets Where Manmade Hazards Most Prevalent

The heat map below shows the prevalence of five man-made environmental hazards tracked by RealtyTrac subsidiary Homefacts (www.homefacts.com) in all 3,143 U.S. counties: percentage of bad air quality days, along with the number of superfund sites, brownfield sites, polluters, and former drug labs per square mile. An aggregate score based on these five factors was created for each county, with a higher score representing a higher prevalence of man-made environmental hazards (see full methodology below).

See full methodology and report, titled RealtyTrac Ranks U.S. County Housing Markets Based on Prevalence of Manmade Environmental Hazards.

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