Modeling climate change-fueled physical risk requires deep data archives and expertise to guide regulators and financial institutions to prepare for the future.
Maiclaire Bolton Smith and Jon Schneyer talk about if insurers are ready for another storm to hit the U.S. and what the 2023 hurricane season could bring.
U.S. home prices began rebounding on an annual basis in July, rising by 2.5%.
In this episode, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Chief Actuary Howard Kunst to talk about wildfire risk, how to use a risk score to map that risk, and what different underwriting actions underwriters can take based on the score.
Shifts in weather risks for homes inside and outside the extreme heat belt can change homeowners’ insurance pricing, availability, and affordability.
Wildfire hazard mitigation is a multi-faceted approach to affect meaningful change. But mitigation begins in Zone 0.
September 2023 bulletin of regional construction cost insights reflecting the CoreLogic Claims Pricing Database.
Hurricane Lee is forecasted to impact New England and eastern Canada. Damage could be similar to Hurricane Fiona in 2022.
Proper model development and validation is a challenging task, but it is fundamentally necessary to ensure accuracy when examining wildfire risk.
BCG and CoreLogic explore the challenges and opportunities related to adapting to climate change-driven physical risk in the property market.
U.S. homeowners with a mortgage gained nearly $14,000 in equity from the first quarter of 2023 to the second quarter.