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Who’s at Home? What’s at Home? Trends in Residential Construction & Occupancy
This presentation will cover recent trends affecting profitability in the intensely competitive market for homeowners and dwelling insurance. Among the topics to be addressed are materials used in construction and contents that contribute to water damage and fire loss severity, and technological measures that are taken to mitigate those perils.

Also to be discussed are trends in the composition of US households as more young adults move back in with their parents, many elderly people live longer on their own, and other households, particularly among racial minorities, are multi-family and multi-generational. Added to this mix is the growing practice of working from home and the growth of "cyber" exposure in the home.

May 13, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU
Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU, is an independent insurance researcher and writer specializing in property/casualty coverages and operations. Over his career, Joe has published articles in numerous insurance publications and given several presentations to industry organizations; this is his second web presentation for MSO. Joe has also served on the national curriculum advisory committee for the American Institute for CPCU, now part of The Institutes. He has been an active member of the CPCU Society and continues to serve on the Society's publications committee. Joe is a native of Connecticut, where he attended Sacred Heart University and the University of Connecticut. He later moved to Illinois and worked as a journalist before moving into business communications. He can be reached at josephsharrington@comcast.net.