Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith investigates where data science says the safest places to live in the U.S. will be in the face of climate change.
Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Chief Scientist Howard Botts to discuss the riskiest places to live in the U.S. for natural disasters.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith and CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel to continue the conversation about interest rates, housing market trends and home prices.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel to discuss what is really happening in the housing market and how these trends will affect the future.
In Part 2, we dive into what Hurricane Ian's damage looked like on the ground and what storm losses could look like in Florida's future.
CoreLogic's Senior Catastrophe Response Manager Jon Schneyer to discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Ian’s impact on the Florida coast six months later.
In Part 2, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks about the atmospheric rivers and the snow that has made headlines and headway in altering California’s natural hazard landscape.
A Conversation With Kent David and Tom Larsen Since the beginning of the year, California has been drenched by atmospheric rivers. The flooding in California has transformed the perception of sunny beaches and eternal summer into images of submerged streets and mudslides. However, in such a large...
In Part 2, Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith continues the conversation about how insurers will need to access Big Data to effectively translate homeowner wildfire risk mitigation efforts into insurance discounts.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Paul Brown, CoreLogic's Director of Insurance Market Strategy for Hazard and Risk Management about how insurers will need to access Big Data to effectively translate homeowner wildfire risk mitigation efforts into insurance discounts.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith continues her conversation with CoreLogic Real Estate Tech Solutions expert Mark Weaver to discuss what the market tipping point for the success of iBuyers will be and how much people will be willing to pay for the sake of convenience.