This ATTOM webinar offers an in-depth look at climate risk, what it means for the housing market, how it can pose a threat to your industry, and how data-driven decision making can protect your bottom line. Presenters include Dr. Laura McGowan, PhD Atmospheric Science for ClimateCheck, Rick Sharga, EVP of Market Intelligence for ATTOM, and Sean Mooney, VP of Product Management for ATTOM.
Dr. Laura McGowan begins this discussion by diving deep into how weather is defined and the various weather elements – from air temperature and air pressure, to precipitation, visibility, wind and more. She also provides a detailed look at climate, noting that the terms refers to the long-term average of daily and seasonal weather events, usually averaged over several decades.
Another area Dr. McGowan examines is the increase in the mean and variance of temperature and how that is associated with more or less cold and hot extremes. She also explores the role past climate and future projections play in understanding climate risk, including:
- Validating models with observations
- Projecting future scenarios
- Discovering Paleoclimate record
- Quantifying extreme events
- Defining extreme threshold
Also during this webinar, ATTOM EVP Rick Sharga addresses climate risk implications for the housing ecosystem, including how the effects might impact federal, state and local government, builders and developers, mortgage originators and servicers, insurance companies, and real estate brokers and agents.
ATTOM VP Sean Mooney weighs in on climate risk data for property-specific risk assessment, as well as risk scores, how risks are calculated, and the various climate risk data elements, plus a range of use cases and the various solutions available, covering:
This webinar also provides an overview of ATTOM’s core value proposition and breadth of data solutions. ATTOM is the one-stop shop for premium property data fueling innovation, ATTOM provides analytics-ready data for real-world applications. ATTOM blends property tax, deed, mortgage, foreclosure, environmental risk, natural hazard and neighborhood data for more than 155 million U.S. residential and commercial properties, multi-sourced from more than 3,000 U.S. counties. ATTOM’s property data fuels growth across many industries to help drive decisions while delivering data in a variety of flexible customer solutions, including bulk data licensing, property data APIs and introducing ATTOM Cloud.
ATTOM’s robust property data is leveraged by customers to innovate in a variety of industries, including Real Estate, Insurance, Mortgage, Marketing, Government and Academia. By utilizing ATTOM’s robust property data, ATTOM clients not only create innovation but gain that competitive advantage within their industries. End-users of the data include developers, data scientists, risk managers, investors, policymakers and analysts. Discover ATTOM’s Table of Data Elements.
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