U.S. annual rent growth was 2.8% in December, with expensive metro areas again leading the gains.
U.S. homeowners have seen property taxes increase significantly over the past five years.
Letting NFIP policies lapse can result in homeowners paying increased premiums of up to 380%.
The median home sales price in the six-county Southern California region was up by 5.1% year over year in December.
Atmospheric rivers inundate Southern California for the second consecutive winter, putting 540,000+ homes at risk of flash flood damage.
Annual U.S. home price growth continued to gradually increase in December, fueled by a healthy job market.
Storm Ingunn hit coastal Norway on Jan. 31 with Category 4-equivalent winds. Severe, localized damage was reported.
Home prices were up by 5.1% year over year in November, according to the latest US CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index.
Storm Isha, Europe's ninth named windstorm this season, brought hurricane-strength gusts to parts of the UK; disrupted business in Western Europe.
A healthy job market continued to contribute to strong mortgage performance in November, with delinquency and foreclosure rates still near historic lows.
U.S. annual single-family rent growth remained at less than 3% in November, but that rate is generally in line with numbers recorded before the pandemic.