This is quite an emotional question. If it was your house that was contaminated then the obvious response would be no (or words to that effect).
However a buyer will have different thoughts and criteria:
- Does the sale price reflect the fact that it has been contaminated?
- Has it got a clean bill of health, i.e. a Decontamination Certificate?
Buying investment properties is about doing your homework and weighing up the risks.
A properly decontaminated house is probably better than most, because unless a test is done, you will never really know if the place is contaminated.
Are we being over cautious when it comes to methamphetamine?
There is no right or wrong answer to this question.