HazardHub API: Property Risk Assessment Tool
FIND OUT THE RISKS FOR MULTIPLE PROPERTIES WITH THE HAZARD HUB API TOOL.
If you need to run multiple properties at once – or need to gather information on a large number of properties on a continual basis – then HazardHub’s API is the tool for you. The HazardHub API delivers lightning-fast answers that can be pulled into the system of your choosing. This API makes it fast, simple and easy to connect to HazardHub’s incredibly rich data resources.
If it can natural disaster can hurt a property, HazardHub tries to measure it. We also measure a number of other data points to help you property assess the risk of any property in the US.
Earth is a risky place and the ground underneath our feet is no exception. Our earth risks include:
While all you may need is the air that you breathe, that same air can bring you a load of misery in the form of:
Fires can be devastating. Most fire damage comes from events that are man-made, either intentionally or accidentally. Fire hazards include:
The biggest insurance losses are caused by water. It seems that we can’t live without it and we can’t live with it. Water hazards include:
If nature wasn’t putting up enough of a fight, it seems we’re also making things a little bit more risky for ourselves. Man-made hazards include:
HazardHub collects data from 96% of US counties , providing incredible coverage for over 60 key data elements including property use code, year built, square footage.
HazardHub also integrate data from over 90% of MLS systems, providing even more depth of information about MLS-listed properties.
Next, we provide an estimated value range for the property, based on what other similar properties have sold for in their local market.
HazardHub combines its high-resolution property data with the intelligence provided by e2Value to create ReplacementHub, an estimate of the amount needed to replace the existing property structure. ReplacementHub recognizes the difference in both commercial and residential properties, applying the most appropriate answer for a given location.