Modeling climate change-fueled physical risk requires deep data archives and expertise to guide regulators and financial institutions to prepare for the future.
BCG and CoreLogic explore the challenges and opportunities related to adapting to climate change-driven physical risk in the property market.
Dive into how CoreLogic’s climate risk models help one of the nation’s leading banks quantify portfolio risk.
Shifts in weather risks for homes inside and outside the extreme heat belt can change homeowners’ insurance pricing, availability, and affordability.
In Part Two of this three-part series, CoreLogic and BCG explore how physical climate risk is changing the real estate landscape.
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.
CoreLogic Principal Economist Yanling Mayer examines the impact that natural disaster risks could have on property values in South Florida.
In this three-part series, CoreLogic and BCG dive into how physical climate risk is shaping the future of U.S. housing.
Meteorologists based the hurricane season 2023 outlooks on the return of ENSO neutral and El Niño conditions. What does this mean?
Climate change risk and the challenges facing central banks and financial regulators are set to become more pressing.
Just because national flood insurance program coverage is not required on a home, doesn't mean a house should be uninsured.