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On-Demand Product Spotlight The future may be hard to predict, but it doesn’t have to be hard to prepare for. Demographic shifts, new technologies, and changes in customer expectations will all help shape the sector’s long term future. Insurers that anticipate and plan for change can create their own future. Join this webinar to learn how […]

On-Demand Webinar In this web seminar, you’ll learn about the findings of Xactware’s 2015 Property Report and get a better understanding of critical trends that unfolded last year in the U.S., Canadian, and U.K. property industries. These reports break down significant trends into easy-to-read charts and provide detailed expert analysis that will prove to be a […]

OnDemand Webinar Replacement cost estimates are one of the most important factors in a homeowners insurance quote. In this presentation, we will discuss the latest trends in reconstruction costs, the data underlying replacement cost estimates, review the property characteristics with the most significant impact on results, and discuss how demographic shifts are changing the technology […]

On-Demand Webinar In 2014, reconstruction costs experienced the largest increased observed in seven years due in large part to the continuing economic recovery. Severe thunderstorms, hail, wildfires, and flooding also fueled rebuilding activity In this session, Xactware experts will provide and overview of important trends that occurred last year in the property industry. Who Should Watch: […]

The year 2011 was a costly one for the property insurance industry. A procession of catastrophes — including wildfires, floods, tornadoes, and Hurricane Irene — drove claims throughout the year and set records for insured losses. Meanwhile, construction and remodeling remained sluggish as foreclosures stifled demand for new housing and renovation. In this web seminar, […]

(On-Demand) The sluggish economy continued to take its toll in 2010. Efforts to jump-start the recovery led to a few tepid upticks, but the overall effect was slight and transitory. Meanwhile, property reconstruction costs held steady or fell in 2010, as home values continued to decline in many markets. In some cases, those trends caused […]