Millions of Americans are living in communities with precarious climate conditions, in houses that feel overpriced.
There is a solution for many of these people, though: Move to one of the so-called climate havens.
Climate havens or climate destinations are situated in places that avoid the worst effects of natural disasters and have the infrastructure to support a larger population. Many of these legacy cities are located in the Northeast.
Climate Havens, as defined by Jesse Keenan and Anna Marandi.
Jesse Keenan, associate professor of real estate at Tulane University, named the following cities as possible climate havens:
- Asheville, North…