Enterprise risk assessment and management depends on having a comprehensive view of wildfire hazard.
How does climate change affect the insurance industry? Legislative requirements have created a difficult dynamic for insurers with the potential for repeated catastrophe loss.
CoreLogic estimates over 4,100 homes were within the path of the tornado that hit Mississippi on March 24, 2023.
CoreLogic Weather Verification Services captured wind and tornado footprints from the severe weather system in California.
CoreLogic estimates that insurable losses from the Ecuador earthquake will be up to $600 million.
A nationwide winter storm brought blizzard conditions to the Northern Plains/Upper Midwest and spawned tornadoes across the Southeast from Texas to Florida.
CoreLogic estimates that one in 131 mortgage applications had indications of fraud in the second quarter of 2022, and HELOC loans seem to be an increasing concern.
With 31 million homes at risk of wind damage and 7.5 million facing surge damage — which are the two main causes of loss from these storms according to CoreLogic data— it is important to understand overall property risk to minimize damage and accelerate recovery.
CoreLogic released its 2022 Leadership in Insurance Survey, which asked executives in the property and casualty insurance industry how they see the pace at which executing business transformation initiatives is happening in response to significant shifts in the risk landscape.
The COVID-19 pandemic proved to be a major catalyst for change within the insurance industry. CoreLogic leads the pack with some of the best and most comprehensive reconstruction costs and prefill data.
Choosing the right aerial measurement tool can make the difference between profit and loss — as well as win opportunities to help families restore their homes.