Maiclaire Bolton Smith and Jon Schneyer talk about if insurers are ready for another storm to hit the U.S. and what the 2023 hurricane season could bring.
Learn how the interaction of ENSO and sea surface temperatures can help with predictions for the 2023 hurricane season.
A joint study by IBHS and CoreLogic explores how building codes can influence risk management strategies and impact mortgage payment performance after landfalling hurricanes.
Atlantic Ocean temperatures have risen 2°F beyond the 1982 - 2011 average bringing unusual storm patterns to the 2023 hurricane season.
The shift to El Niño for the 2023 hurricane season may affect activity in the Atlantic, and not all housing markets have the same physical risk.
Meteorologists based the hurricane season 2023 outlooks on the return of ENSO neutral and El Niño conditions. What does this mean?
As 2023 Atlantic hurricane season begins, CoreLogic receives FCHLPM certification for its Catastrophe Modeling Software.
Typhoon Mawar (02W) passed between Guam and Rota on May 24 with 140 mph winds, torrential rain and devastating storm surge.
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.
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.