Live near the coast? Enjoy it — for now.
As many as 2,289 homes in San Diego will be under water if sea levels rise 6 feet, according to Zillow.
Not underwater as in undervalued properties. We’re talking under water.
That’s less than 1 percent of the housing stock, but the combined value of the real estate is $2.8 billion.
Climate scientists say sea levels could rise 6 feet by 2100 if we don’t act.
Click on the word, report, to see the study.
Nearly two million homes across the nation could be in danger of going bye bye. That's about $900 billion dollars worth of real estate. That's more than a certain presidential candidate even owns.
Feel for Florida. One in eight homes there could be lost, which would be a $400 billion hit.