The 2019 Wildfire Risk Report
Over the past several years, the United States has experienced record-breaking wildfires. In 2018 alone, 8,767,492 acres burned, roughly equivalent to 74 of the 75 largest cities in the United States combined. This is the sixth highest total since modern historical records began in the mid-1900s.
There is no state that is completely free from wildfire risk, but historic wildfire data indicates that the 13 Western states are the most commonly affected and have an expectation of property losses due to wildfire.
The CoreLogic® 2019 Wildfire Risk Report provides insights into single-family and multifamily residential properties at risk of damage from wildfires in the United States.
Expect to learn more about:
The amount of homes at extreme risk and their associated cost to reconstruct
The top 15 metro areas at elevated risk
Lessons learned from past wildfires such as the Camp, Woolsey, and Tubbs Fires