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Unpriced climate risks in US residential property

Climate change is expected to intensify the scale and frequency of flooding over the coming years. Housing markets in the US have yet to fully price in these risks, leaving many properties significantly overvalued. But as these risks begin to manifest, housing markets will eventually adjust. This will weigh on house prices, particularly in Florida as well as Appalachia, northern New England and the Northwest.

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