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Hurricane Harvey: Identifying the Insurance Gap

CoreLogic estimates that 70 percent of the flood damage from Hurricane Harvey is uninsured

Tom Larsen    |    Natural Hazard Risk

Flood Risk Map Harris County TX

As hurricane Harvey made landfall north of Corpus Christi last week, this Category 4 hurricane left devastation in its wake. CoreLogic® estimates that the total residential insured and uninsured flood loss for Hurricane Harvey is between $25 Billion and $37 billion. In the days before making landfall, the hurricane rapidly intensified, transforming itself from a small tropical storm of...

Making the Adjustment

The Modern Age of Desk Adjusting for the Insurance Industry

Curtis McDonald    |    Insurance

Aerial Roof Measure Technology

Deploying adjusters to the field is a large overhead cost for insurance companies. Incoming claims vary in terms of size and severity, and with that, not every claim requires an on-site adjustment. Thus, in addition to field adjusters, insurance companies rely heavily on a robust desk adjustment program to address smaller claims at higher volumes. To make for effective desk adjusting, these...

Know Your Risk. Accelerate Your Recovery: Dr. Frank Nothaft Discusses the Potential Impact of Hurricane Harvey

Houston will be in recovery for many months or years.

Frank Nothaft    |    Videos

Dr. Frank Nothaft Hurricane Blog

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey two senior leaders from CoreLogic, Frank Nothaft and Stuart Pratt, discuss potential damage from the storm and the time it will take Houston and the greater metropolitan area to recover lost or damaged residential properties. Watch this video blog to learn basic information around residential vacancy rates and potential reconstruction efforts in...

Home Price Index Highlights: July 2017

Lower-Cost Homes Appreciated Faster Than All Other Price Segments in July

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Home Price Insights
  • Home prices forecast to rise 5 percent over the next year.
  • Pacific Northwest states led the nation in home price growth.
  • Washington and Utah price growth has accelerated by 3 percentage points this year.

National home prices increased 6.7 percent year over year in July 2017, while an analysis of the market by price tiers...

Home Price Index Audio Clip: July 2017

Molly Boesel    |    Audio

HPI Audio Blog

The CoreLogic HPI for July 2017 showed that national home prices appreciated 6.7 percent from a year ago. Prices in July were just 0.5 percent below the 2006 peak, and the index is predicted to be back to the 2006 peak in the next few months. Lower-cost homes appreciated much faster than the rest of the market, gaining 9.1 percent from a year ago, compared with 5.5 percent for...

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