This is the first research to comprehensively consider the profit of city open areas and cropland with completely different adjoining public services seen as regionally undesirable (“not in my backyard”, NIMBY) or fascinating (“yes in my backyard”, YIMBY). The whole profit will increase or decreases for city open area and cropland with adjoining NIMBY or YIMBY services in a municipality in Taiwan. The outcomes present that for the metropolis as an entire, the present association of NIMBY and YIMBY in numerous zones decreases the whole profit of city open areas in extremely urbanized zones and will increase the whole injury to cropland in extraordinarily rural zones. This signifies a have to keep away from additional putting in NIMBY or YIMBY services in already occupied city open areas. The outcomes additionally show that finding NIMBY or YIMBY services close to cropland fails to spotlight the profit of YIMBY services and magnifies opposition to NIMBY services. For particular person housing items, the whole injury is 1.87% of the common housing value for cropland-type open area with adjoining NIMBY or YIMBY services, and the whole profit is 7.43% of the common housing value for urban-type open area in a extremely urbanized space. In distinction, the whole profit for open area with adjoining NIMBY or YIMBY services is a 2.95–13.80% enhance in the common housing value for areas with blended city open area and cropland.
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