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Listed Homes With Bomb Shelters in Very Short Supply

Phil Hall
Aug 16, 2017
Potential homebuyers who want to protect themselves from the potential shower of North Korean nuclear missiles are out of luck

Potential homebuyers who want to protect themselves from the potential shower of North Korean nuclear missiles are out of luck: A new study by Estately found there are only 47 homes on the market today that come with their own bomb shelters.
 
Connecticut has the most homes with bomb shelters for sale, with six currently listed. California has four for sale, while Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Michigan and Pennsylvania each had three for purchase.
 
Alas, the price of surviving a nuclear war in your own bomb shelter is steep: the average price of homes currently for sale that have bomb shelters is $536,849. Of course, property valuations may decline somewhat in the event your neighborhood is vaporized by nuclear weapons—but that’s another story.

 
Published
Aug 16, 2017
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