Analysis, Climate

Climate researchers uncover 'previously unidentified financial stability concern' in US real estate

By Thomas Helm
US real estate
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US real estate in areas affected by adverse weather do not properly factor in climate risk, says the Office of Financial Research.

Homebuyers in these regions do not sufficiently take into account climate breakdown when they purchase properties, according to new research by ...

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