Personal Property Solutions

 

With the right data, your customers can feel right at home

The growing complexity of risks and generational shifts in buying behavior are transforming personal property insurance.

For this changing environment, Verisk is there with the tools to adapt—from the details that make your customers feel valued to the strategic insights that set your course in the marketplace.

The digital disruption age has arrived

Consumer purchasing behavior has changed dramatically in the past few years. How have you seen the insurance industry adapt to retain and attract customers? Watch the video.

 
 
 

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Millennials are 22 percent of the U.S. adult population*. How will you cover them?

Today’s prospects aren’t always in the usual places. Millennials may not even have a permanent address—but they have property to protect.

Learn more

*U.S. Census Bureau

Rating and Underwriting

Select and price risks more accurately with robust data.


Forms, Loss Costs, and Statistical Reporting

Stay compliant and prepare for emerging risks.


Catastrophe Risk

Identify areas of historical and emerging risk to the properties you insure.


Business Intelligence Tools

Sharpen risk selection with powerful data and analytics.


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Reconstruction cost growth continues at a steady rate

Verisk recently released its latest 360Value® Quarterly Cost Update, which offers an overview of current reconstruction cost trends at the national and state/provincial levels for the United States and Canada from July 2018 to July 2019.

Constant innovation keeps insurers ahead of wildfire risk

Assessing wildfire risk to properties takes deep, diverse, large-scale data that’s been subjected to sophisticated analytics and scientific methods within an ecosystem of constant innovation.

5G may bring us the future faster – but what about the risks?

Advances in autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles. Smarter homes and businesses via the Internet of Things (IoT). Accelerated day-to-day commercial use of drones. These are just a few industries that are positioned to get a boost from the implementation of 5G technology.