Estimated value provides a reasonable estimate of the property’s market value based on comparable properties and other factors.
It is not an actual appraisal, but it is a good starting point to determine the property’s actual value.
A person, corporation, or other entity subject to the legal claims of another (called the plaintiff) in a lawsuit. In a foreclosure, each homeowner/borrower is a defendant, along with every other person or entity having a claim or lien on the property.
Property is located in a Medium Potential Risk area.
W2117 Hass Rd is located in La Crosse county, WI. The most recently recorded radon levels indicate that La Crosse county is a Zone 2 county. Zone 2 counties have predicted average indoor radon screening level between 2 and 4 pCi/L (picoucuries per liter).
Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas found in all 50 states. Studies have shown an increased risk of lung cancer as a result of exposure to high concentrations of radon. Our data is a good place to start, but the only true way to determine radon exposure within a home is to test for it.
There are environmental risks found near this property.
Tanks & Spills found within 1 mile of this property
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Polluters found within 1 mile of this property
Brownfields found within 1 mile of this property
Superfunds found within 1 mile of this property
Disaster Risks in Bangor, WI
The USGS database shows that there is a 93.0% chance of a major earthquake within 30 miles of Irvine, CA within the next 50 years.
The largest earthquake within 31.8 miles of Irvine, CA was a 5.9 Magnitude
Based on Historical Tornado Data Irvine, CA is located in the following risk area. Tornado risk is calculated from the destruction path that has occured within 30 miles of the location.
This property is located in a minimal flood risk area, falling outside of the 1% and 0.2% annual chance of flooding. A flood event is still possible due to severe rainfall and inadequate local drainage. Flood insurance is recommended but not required by federal regulation.