CoreLogic's property data science team examines how flood risks in the Miami area affect home values in the region.
Hurricane Hilary brought tropical storm winds and torrential rainfall to the southwestern United States.
Just because national flood insurance program coverage is not required on a home, doesn't mean a house should be uninsured.
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.
Record-setting rainfall on April 12 puts 67,000 homes in Broward County, Florida at risk for flash flooding.
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...
CoreLogic estimates 5,895 single- and multifamily residential properties at risk of flooding from atmospheric rivers in California.
CoreLogic's Climate Risk Analytics provides a comprehensive solution for understanding and mitigating the risks associated with climate change under various IPCC scenarios.
A series of atmospheric rivers and a bomb cyclone have inundated and saturated much of California starting in late December. Flooding, mudslides, sinkholes and severe winds are responsible for damage to property and infrastructure across parts of the state.