AnalyticsCherre and HazardHub Announce Partnership to Integrate Geospatial Risk Data into Real Estate Data Platform

Cherre, the industry’s leading real estate data management and analytics platform, today announced a new partnership with HazardHub, a leading provider of comprehensive property risk data, that will allow mutual customers to seamlessly connect HazardHub’s property-level hazard risk data with their other core real estate data sets for more strategic risk analysis, planning, and underwriting decision making.

HazardHub translates huge amounts of geospatial digital data into easy-to-understand risk assessments that allow stakeholders to make more informed decisions. The company’s comprehensive, national coverage for risks that destroy and damage property include perils from air (wind, hail, tornado, lightning), water (flood, coastal storm surge), earth (earthquake, brownfield, Superfund), and fire (wildfire and fire protection). Through the partnership with Cherre, mutual customers will be able to incorporate HazardHub’s more than 100B data points on property risk into their centralized data warehouse.

“We spend a lot of time talking to our clients about how our data can make a difference to their underwriting process, as we specialize in creating high-resolution data,” said John Siegman, founder of HazardHub. “Our partnership with Cherre will allow customers to easily view our extensive property-level risk scorecards alongside other key real estate data for better property and underwriting decisions.”

Cherre seamlessly connects disparate real estate data into a single source of truth, empowering companies to instantly explore all their connected data for immediate and actionable insight. Cherre has the largest real estate knowledge graph in the world and enables customers to uncover granular insights, automate workflows, and build models and visualizations.

“Our partnership with HazardHub will allow mutual customers to enhance their risk modeling and analysis by integrating comprehensive environmental data with other key real estate data sets,” said L.D. Salmanson, CEO and co-founder of Cherre. “This unified data approach to due diligence enables stakeholders to make the most strategic decisions possible.”


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