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Zillow studied how many U.S. homes would be underwater if sea levels follow climate scientists’ predictions and rise six feet by 2100. Using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Zillow identified which homes would be affected by the predicted six-foot rise in ocean levels (Paola Thomas/Seattle Refined).

If scientists are right, these homes will be underwater by 2100

And no I don’t mean financially.

Zillow studied how many U.S. homes would be underwater if sea levels follow climate scientists’ predictions and rise six feet by 2100. Using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Zillow identified which homes would be affected by the predicted six-foot rise in ocean levels.

Here's the list of Washington's cities:

Aberdeen

  • Number of Homes that Would be Underwater: 4,548
  • Share of Homes that would be Underwater: 44.8%
  • Total Value of Homes that would be Underwater: $380 million

Hoquiam

  • Number of Homes that Would be Underwater: 3,050
  • Share of Homes that would be Underwater: 57.9%.
  • Total Value of Homes that would be Underwater: $261 million

Blaine

  • Number of Homes that Would be Underwater: 1,825
  • Share of Homes that would be Underwater: 16.2%
  • Total Value of Homes that would be Underwater: $368 million

Seattle

  • Number of Homes that Would be Underwater: 1,663
  • Share of Homes that would be Underwater: 0.9%
  • Total Value of Homes that would be Underwater: $2.2 billion

Camano Island

  • Number of Homes that Would be Underwater: 922
  • Share of Homes that would be Underwater: 9.2%
  • Total Value of Homes that would be Underwater: $498 million
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