Get a better understanding of critical trends that unfolded last year in the US, Canadian, and UK property restoration industries with Verisk's Property Reports.
Verisk Property Reports are loaded with useful information that breaks down significant trends from the Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States into easy-to-read charts. The reports also provide detailed expert analysis that will prove to be a valuable reference for your work in the property industry.
These year-end reports provide exclusive information on claims trends, examine key construction indicators, and depict rate changes for building repair costs.
Information contained in the Verisk Property Reports is compiled from research gathered by Verisk's Pricing Data Services and XactAnalysis, the first, largest, and only full-cycle claims management and analytical network in the property insurance industry.
Whether you're an adjuster, insurer, contractor, or service provider, Verisk's Property Reports are useful guides that will help you better understand the previous year and more effectively plan for the future.
Throughout 2021, as a global pandemic continued to affect the world and weather trends continued to evolve, Verisk monitored labour and material pricing as well as claim activity.
The Verisk 2021 Canada Property Report tells the story behind these events from a claims and pricing perspective and delivers valuable insight into the trends leading into 2022 and beyond.
The Canada Property Report includes findings on these key areas:
The Verisk 2021 UK Property Report addresses critical developments in the property sector and covers the following key areas:
As a global pandemic continued to affect the world, a winter storm and hurricanes battered the south and the Midwest. These and other 2021 events affected labor and material prices and drove claims activity throughout the year.
The Verisk 2021 US Property Report tells the story behind these events from a claims and pricing perspective and delivers valuable insight into the trends leading into 2022 and beyond.
The US Property Report includes findings on these key areas: