The whitepaper investigates the areas of the U.S. affected by Hurricanes Irma (2017), Harvey (2017), Michael (2018) and Laura (2020).
Properties in the region with higher wildfire risks sell for less and appreciate at a slower rate, according to CoreLogic data.
In Part Two of this three-part series, CoreLogic and BCG explore how physical climate risk is changing the real estate landscape.
Location intelligence and customer insights are the new frontier of data analytics. CoreLogic's Praveen Chandramohan explains in this new analysis.
This is the first time in the U.S. that banks are being asked to analyze property risk in their portfolios using Climate Scenario Analysis risk software and market-recognized metrics.
How does climate change affect the insurance industry? Legislative requirements have created a difficult dynamic for insurers with the potential for repeated catastrophe loss.
Not all AVM models are created equal. The difference lies in the data.
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.
Connect to data within a single environment and enriching it with the analyses available through CoreLogic’s native apps.
In this three-part series, CoreLogic and BCG dive into how physical climate risk is shaping the future of U.S. housing.
Climate change risk and the challenges facing central banks and financial regulators are set to become more pressing.