Wyoming, Idaho Most at Risk for Prolonged Wildfire Recovery
While less populated, states with fewer housing units face more prolonged wildfire recovery risks, according to CoreLogic.
California typically tops rankings of states facing the most significant wildfire risks because of the sheer volume of its population; however, Wyoming and Idaho actually face the most risk for prolonged wildfire recoveries, according to a review by CoreLogic.
In addition to population, the data and analytics provider factored in other wildfire property risks communities face, including reconstruction material availability, temporary housing capacity, and the potential for economic recovery.
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