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ESTIMATED VALUE OF INSURED COASTAL PROPERTIES VULNERABLE TO HURRICANES BY STATE, 2012 (1)

($ billions)

Rank State Coastal Total exposure (2) Coastal as a
percent of total
1 New York  $2,923.1 $4,724.2 62%
2 Florida  2,862.3 3,640.1 79
3 Texas  1,175.3 4,580.7 26
4 Massachusetts  849.6 1,561.4 54
5 New Jersey  713.9 2,129.9 34
6 Connecticut  567.8 879.1 65
7 Louisiana  293.5 823.0 36
8 South Carolina  239.3 843.6 28
9 Virginia  182.3 1,761.7 10
10 Maine  164.6 285.5 58
11 North Carolina  163.5 1,795.1 9
12 Alabama  118.2 917.8 13
13 Georgia  106.7 1,932.2 6
14 Delaware  81.9 208.9 39
15 New Hampshire  64.0 278.7 23
16 Mississippi  60.6 468.5 13
17 Rhode Island  58.3 207.5 28
18 Maryland  17.3 1,293.4 1
  All states above  $10,642.2 $28,331.4 38%
  Total U.S.  $10,642.2 $64,624.3 16%

(1) Includes residential and commercial properties, as of December 31, 2012. Ranked by value of insured coastal property.
(2) Total exposure is an estimate of the actual total value of all property in the state that is insured or can be insured, including the full replacement value of structures and their contents, additional living expenses and the time value of business interruption coverage.

Source: AIR Worldwide.

 
VALUE OF INSURED COASTAL PROPERTIES VULNERABLE TO HURRICANES BY STATE, 2007 (1)

($ billions)

State Coastal Total exposure (2) Coastal as a percent of total
Florida $2,458.6 $3,119.6 79%
New York 2,378.9 3,851.1 62
Texas 895.1 3,493.0 26
Massachusetts 772.8 1,426.4 54
New Jersey 635.5 1,875.2 34
Connecticut 479.9 750.4 64
Louisiana 224.4 638.4 35
South Carolina 191.9 698.2 28
Virginia 158.8 1,409.4 11
Maine 146.9 250.0 59
North Carolina 132.8 1,431.8 9
Alabama 92.5 744.8 12
Georgia 85.6 1,573.3 5
Delaware 60.6 170.8 36
New Hampshire 55.7 237.4 23
Rhode Island 54.1 189.3 29
Mississippi 51.8 394.6 13
Maryland 14.9 1,078.4 1
Total, above states  $8,890.8 $23,332.4 38%
Total U.S. $8,890.8 $53,495.0 17%
(1) Includes residential and commercial properties. Ranked by value of insured coastal property.
(2) Total exposure is an estimate of the actual total value of all property in the state that is insured or can be insured, including the full replacement value of structures and their contents and the time value of business interruption coverage.

Source: AIR Worldwide.

 
ESTIMATED VALUE OF INSURED COASTAL PROPERTIES VULNERABLE TO HURRICANES BY STATE, 2012 (1)

($ billions)

State Coastal Total exposure (2) Coastal as a percent of total
Florida $2,800.8 $3,562.7 79%
New York 2,679.5 4,385.7 61
Texas 1,143.5 4,406.7 26
Massachusetts 807.2 1,505.1 54
New Jersey 706.5 2,081.2 34
Connecticut 542.5 843.8 64
Louisiana 275.1 790.4 35
South Carolina 229.6 814.7 28
Virginia 176.7 1,685.9 10
North Carolina 159.6 1,756.2 9
Maine 157.7 273.6 58
Alabama 118.7 903.9 13
Georgia 101.8 1,861.7 5
Delaware 76.9 200.5 38
New Hampshire 61.0 259.9 23
Mississippi 59.0 464.5 13
Rhode Island 55.6 199.5 28
Maryland 17.1 1,262.2 1
Total, above states $10,168.8 $27,258.3 37%
Total U.S.  $10,168.8 $62,091.1 16%

(1) Includes residential and commercial properties. Ranked by value of insured coastal property.
(2) Total exposure is an estimate of the actual total value of all property in the state that is insured or can be insured, including the full replacement value of structures and their contents, additional living expenses and the time value of business interruption coverage.

Source: AIR Worldwide.