1.2M homes in the West face high wildfire risk, report says

10/10/2013 | Insurance Journal

Drought conditions are expected to continue into late fall in Western states, where more than 1.2 million residential properties with an overall value of more than $189 billion are located in areas that are highly vulnerable to wildfires, according to a report from CoreLogic. "Though this year's fires haven't been quite as frequent or widely destructive as the 2012 record-setting season, drought conditions that reached unprecedented levels last year are still plaguing many of the western and plains states," the report said.

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