1. Storm Surge Risk Report: Storm surge flooding is one of the primary causes of hurricane-related property damage along the Atlantic and Gulf coastlines. View the 2017 Storm Surge report to understand the potential risk of surge-related property damage within your portfolio. View the visual data.


  1. California Earthquake Risk Report: The 2016 CoreLogic® California Earthquake Risk Analysis provides insight into the number and value of single-family homes exposed to a damaging earthquake along the San Andreas fault in California. The analysis provides a current view of risk based on the Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, Version 3 (UCERF3), using the latest scientific data available. Download the report.


  1. Everything is Bigger in Texas – Hail Events 2016: Using a proprietary hail verification science, CoreLogic® analysis shows an entire area covered by the hail storms that impacted the cities of Fort Worth, Plano, Wylie, and San Antonio in March and April 2016. CoreLogic examines each severe hail event through analysis of storm paths, hail size and property locations affected by the storms footprint, to determine the estimated residential damage left in the wake of each event. View the visual data.


  1. Property Impact of New Orleans Flood Map Changes: On September 30, 2016, updated flood maps known officially as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) were issued for New Orleans, much of which was devastated by flooding from levee breaches caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The report identifies the number and associated reconstruction value (RCV) of single family properties affected by the map changes. Download the report.