Angela Hurst of RES.NET and US Real Estate Services details ways the mortgage servicing industry can best balance pragmatic needs against a humane response to natural disasters.Read More »
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A Ticking Timebomb
While flood damage is estimated to increase by 61% over the next 30 years, rates of flood insurance coverage lag behind—a mounting threat for property owners. Natascha DeVries, VP, Account Management at ServiceLink National Flood examines this impact.Read More »
Homeowners Gravitating to Disaster-Prone Metros
Affordability, lower property taxes, or proximity to nature, for many, outweigh the dangers of climate-related disasters, but economists warn of increasing risks.Read More »
Are Homeowners Prepared for Disaster?
A recent study released by HUD and the Census Bureau looked at how prepared households were in the event of a natural disaster. Click through to learn what the study revealed about homeowners and how prepared they were in the event of an emergency evacuation.Read More »