How Insurers Can Leverage ATTOM’s Environmental Hazard Risk Data No one can guarantee zero risk from environmental hazards. But on the upside, there are ways to play the odds. You know, for example, that Miami, Fla., is more susceptible to hurricanes than, say, Cheyenne, Wyo.? Areas prone to repeated natural disasters are easy to identify.... Read More »
Communities rely on local government bodies to efficiently collect, analyze, and manage data on natural hazards to ensure their comfort and safety. Efficient government data collection, assessment, and management on environmental hazards is crucial for protecting your constituents against a wide range of ever-changing hazards that could have... Read More »
It might be tempting to think that living in a city puts residents at a lower risk for disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, or forest fires. It might even be true, depending on how far that city is from a coastline or open farm country or a swath of woods. But cities have no shortage of environmental hazards. Smog. Contaminated Superfund sites.... Read More »
Home Values, Long Term Appreciation Lower in High Risk Zip Codes; Underwater Rates, Share of Cash Sales Higher In High Risk Zip Codes IRVINE, Calif. – Feb. 16, 2017 — ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s largest fused property database, today released its third annual Environmental Hazards Housing Risk Index, which... Read More »
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