“Several studies have shown that due to insurance payouts and government relief, climate events such as fires and hurricanes do not produce significant losses for mortgage investors. In fact, in some cases there are even gains to property value as a result of these events. However, with the size and scope of these events increasing, investors may no longer benefit from these protections,” said Andrew Davidson, an industry consultant and analytics provider, during a virtual event his company hosted Wednesday.
Andrew Davidson was quoted in a National Mortgage News article titled "Pressure to create climate change risk models in mortgage mounts."
Andrew Davidson was quoted in a National Mortgage News article titled "Hurricane Ida winds may’ve damaged two-thirds as many homes as Katrina."
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Andrew Davidson was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article titled "Fannie, Freddie Capital Increase Is Endorsed by Risk Panel."
Andrew Davidson was quoted in a National Mortgage News article titled "Fannie-Freddie overseer puts squeeze on $50B bond market."