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Cherre and HazardHub Form Collaboration to Integrate Geospatial Risk Data into Real Estate Data Platform

Cherre | July 23, 2021

Cherre and HazardHub Form Collaboration to Integrate Geospatial Risk Data into Real Estate Data Platform
Cherre, the leading real estate data management, and analytics platform, announced a new collaboration with HazardHub, a leading provider of comprehensive property risk data, that will enable mutual customers to connect HazardHub's property-level hazard risk data with their other core real estate data sets for more strategic risk analysis, planning, and underwriting decisions.

HazardHub transforms massive amounts of geospatial digital data into simplified risk assessments, allowing stakeholders to make more informed decisions. Perils from the air (wind, hail, tornado, lightning), water (flood, coastal storm surge), earth (earthquake, brownfield, Superfund), and fire are all covered under the company's comprehensive, national coverage for hazards that destroy and damage property (wildfire and fire protection). In addition, mutual clients will be able to integrate HazardHub's more than 100 billion data points on property risk into their centralized data warehouse due to the collaboration with Cherre.

Cherre integrates disparate real estate data into a single source of truth, enabling the company to instantly explore their linked data for fast and actionable insight. Cherre offers the world's largest real estate knowledge graph, allowing clients to discover granular insights, automate workflows, and create models and visualizations.

About HazardHub

HazardHub is your property risk insurance policy.

Man-Made. Air. Fire. Water. Earth. HazardHub is the third-generation provider of property-level hazard risk databases in the United States, covering the most dangerous perils. HazardHub converts massive amounts of geospatial digital data into simple answers, providing risk scorecards that can be utilized to make real-world decisions. Our scientific team provides comprehensive and innovative national coverage for risks that destroy or damage property. HazardHub is quickly becoming the industry's go-to provider for property and risk data, with over 30,000,000 results provided to the market.

About Cherre

Cherre is the market leader in real estate data and analysis. We provide accurate property and market information to decision-makers, allowing them to make faster and more informed decisions. Cherre enables clients to evaluate opportunities and trends faster and more accurately by offering a unique "single source of truth" while saving millions of dollars in manual data gathering and analytics costs. Cherre was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in New York City.

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