CoreLogic®️ estimates approximately 16,800 single- and multifamily residential properties with a combined reconstruction value (RCV) of $4.5B were within the Jan. 12 tornado paths in Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.
A series of atmospheric rivers and a bomb cyclone have inundated and saturated much of California starting in late December. Flooding, mudslides, sinkholes and severe winds are responsible for damage to property and infrastructure across parts of the state.
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck near Humboldt County, California early on Dec. 20 leaving approximately 70,000 homes without power.
A nationwide winter storm brought blizzard conditions to the Northern Plains/Upper Midwest and spawned tornadoes across the Southeast from Texas to Florida.
CoreLogic Tornado Verification Technology confirms Nov. 29 severe weather outbreak, including tornadic activity, in the southeastern states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.
Nicole made landfall in the U.S. as a Category 1 hurricane on North Hutchinson Island near Vero Beach in Florida at approximately 3 a.m. EST on Thursday, November 10, 2022.
In this study, we analyzed the impact of flood risk on property values beyond the traditional in/out of flood zones by using a more granular flood risk score developed by CoreLogic.
Tropical storm Nicole is currently migrating on a southwestern track across the Atlantic Ocean toward the Bahamas and Florida. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is forecasting Nicole to make landfall in Florida around 1AM EST on Thursday.
As with other natural disasters, the October Firestorm had significant impacts on California’s economy – including personal economics for thousands of households.
A new study also suggested that climate change will increase the risk of flooding by more than 26% by 2050. But what effect does flood risk have on real estate?
CoreLogic, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced its updated and final damage estimates for Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Fiona, the first major hurricane of the 2022 season, made landfall in Nova Scotia and New Foundland on Saturday. Severe winds and rain are impacting Canada’s Atlantic Coast, leaving hundreds of thousands without electricity and destroying homes and businesses.