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.
CoreLogic®, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today released data analysis for single-family and multifamily homes at risk of storm surge damage from Hurricane Ian, which is expected to make landfall on Thursday evening, September 29. The Florid...
Hurricane Fiona is the first major storm of the 2022 season and is heading north from Bermuda on a collision course with Eastern Canada.
Cook County’s flash flood-prone exposure
An early morning landfall brought winds, storm surge and heavy rainfall to South Korea
August 24th, 2022 marks the 30-year anniversary of one of the most infamous U.S. landfalling hurricanes in recorded history: Hurricane Andrew.
A flash flood warning is in place for millions residing in Dallas-Fort Worth due to severe weather and heavy rainfall.
Torrential rains hit the South Korean capital of Seoul. A month’s worth of rain fell in southern Seoul from Monday into Wednesday.
A slow-moving severe thunderstorm system crossed central Missouri starting mid-afternoon on July 25 bringing record breaking precipitation and floods.
A M7.0 earthquake struck beneath the island of Luzon, Philippines early Wednesday July 27, 2022 The major earthquake struck early Wednesday morning in Abra Province in northwestern Luzon at 8:43 AM local time (00:43 UTC) at a very shallow depth of 10.0 km. The earthquake was the result of oblique...
A magnitude (M) 5.9 earthquake struck eastern Afghanistan in the early morning hours of June 22
As climate change continues to increase the severity and frequency of natural catastrophe events, it is more important than ever for communities to be prepared for when disaster strikes. While we can’t control the occurrence of natural disasters like hurricanes, we can prepare for them. Understan...