Asked by Lg_homebuyer, Los Gatos, CA • Thu Jun 30, 2011
Many houses in Los Gatos aren't on the active fault zone (Alquist-priolo maps), but are in the county and city fault rupture zones, which is apparently pointing to potentially active faults. What do these mean in terms of future additions to the house? Do these affect the value of the houses that are in these zones?
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