Xactware Property Reports

2013 Property Report for the United States

The Oklahoma tornadoes had the largest effect on property repair estimate trends of all the catastrophes that occurred in the United States last year.

Xactware’s 2013 Property Report for the United States provides a detailed overview of how repair estimates trended in the months following the tornado system. The report also explains why the catastrophe’s impact on building material and labor costs were minimal at best.

In addition, the report includes findings on these key areas:

  • The average value of property repair estimates by month and type of loss (such as wind, water, and hail)
  • The total number and value of personal property estimates by category (including electronics, jewelry, and clothing)
  • Reconstruction cost trends for each state and the District of Columbia
  • Trends for commonly used building materials (such as lumber, drywall, carpet, and roof shingles)

View an excerpt from the 2013 Property Report