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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.
Canada wildfires continue to burn across Alberta and new fires ignite in Nova Scotia, damaging homes near Halifax.
Just because national flood insurance program coverage is not required on a home, doesn't mean a house should be uninsured.
The 2023 Hurricane Risk Report provides insight into property risk, both nationally and by metro area, across single-family homes and multifamily h...
While the index posted its lowest year-over-year growth since 2012 in March, monthly gains suggest that home prices could heat up again.
The U.S. overall mortgage delinquency rate dropped to a new all-time low in March.
Typhoon Mawar (02W) passed between Guam and Rota on May 24 with 140 mph winds, torrential rain and devastating storm surge.
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.
Mega-investors, iBuyers and home flippers are leaving the housing market in droves, but investor home purchases from smaller investors remains strong.
In the U.S., the cities most vulnerable to climate change are also the ones where home prices are appreciating faster than the national rate.