Property data and analytics company CoreLogic put together a top ten list of the riskiest places to live in the U.S. based on susceptibility to natural disasters.

“With exposure to hurricanes and inland floods Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, emerged as the riskiest place for property owners due to damages from natural disasters,” the company wrote. “Areas on or near the U.S. Gulf Coast are particularly vulnerable to potential catastrophe damages, both currently and in the future.”


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