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Where Does Real-World Climate Action Begin?

“Storms, floods, fires, and heat waves are getting stronger and more frequent. They are making the human cost of our warming world all too real, especially for America's homeowners and renters,” said Tim Judge, SVP and Head of Modeling and Climate Change Officer for Fannie Mae.

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Ill Prepared and Living in a Flood Zone

Only a quarter of respondents living in medium-risk flood areas who participated in Fannie Mae’s Flood Survey were familiar with government-backed flood insurance plans, what they cover, and—more specifically—what they don’t cover.

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Rising Waters, Rising Costs

As climate changes expose more U.S. housing stock to potential flood damage, the Congressional Budget Office has issued an impact report encompassing homeowners with mortgages protected by the GSEs or backed by the FHA or VA.

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GAO Issues Analysis of FEMA’s Risk Rating 2.0

In a new report measuring the effectiveness of Risk Rating 2.0, the GAO focused on the actuarial soundness of the program, how premiums are impacted, affordability concerns for policyholders, and implications for the private market.

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