Natural disasters play a pronounced role in the changing nature of the insurance, real estate, and mortgage lending markets. Catastrophes such as hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, floods, and severe thunderstorms ultimately affect all parties involved in property-related decisions, from the banks to individual homeowners.CoreLogic’s Hazard HQ Command CentralTM provides updates on the impacts of natural disasters across the globe, including detailed descriptions of the events, modeled insured/insurable loss estimates, and the number of residential properties affected. Stay tuned to get our latest take on how to manage risks associated with these types of risks. Read previous posts from Hazard HQ Command CentralTM.
Typhoon Doksuri (Egay) is forecasted to pass the northeastern coast of Luzon, Philippines as a Category 4-equivalent typhoon.
California properties located close to wildfire exposure experienced much slower appreciation than others. Core Logic's Property Data Science team digs into the numbers in this new analysis.
Storms from June 11-15 brought strong straight-line winds, record-sized hail, and tornadoes, causing substantial damage to U.S. properties.
The shift to El Niño for the 2023 hurricane season may affect activity in the Atlantic, and not all housing markets have the same physical risk.
Significant flood and wind damage in Gujarat, India after Cyclone Biparjoy makes landfall.
Meteorologists based the hurricane season 2023 outlooks on the return of ENSO neutral and El Niño conditions. What does this mean?
As 2023 Atlantic hurricane season begins, CoreLogic receives FCHLPM certification for its Catastrophe Modeling Software.
Canada wildfires continue to burn across Alberta and new fires ignite in Nova Scotia, damaging homes near Halifax.
The 2023 Hurricane Risk Report provides insight into property risk, both nationally and by metro area, across single-family homes and multifamily homes from hurricane-driven wind and storm surge.
Typhoon Mawar (02W) passed between Guam and Rota on May 24 with 140 mph winds, torrential rain and devastating storm surge.
Early season wildfires force tens of thousands from their homes and halt oil and gas operations across Alberta this month.