Sunday, June 22, 2014
(Undated) -- A new batch of housing data is making its debut today. The Natural Disaster Housing Risk Report assigns a risk score to more than three-thousand housing markets across the U.S. Hennepin County in Minnesota has the lowest risk score. Counties in the "very high risk" category include Fulton and Dekalb counties in the Atlanta area, Shelby County near Memphis, Worcester County in Massachusetts and Oklahoma County in the Oklahoma City area. RealtyTrac says it bases the scores on risk data for hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes.