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How do I get data for a property outside Washington state?

For forms, loss costs, BCEGS® and protection classes, contact the Insurance Services Office (ISO) or the state's independent bureau. Other risk-assessment data is available through BuildingMetrix, a WSRB company.

WSRB is Washington state's independent rating bureau. We provide forms, loss costs, Building Code Effectiveness Gradings (BCEGS®) and protection classes for Washington state only. Through our subsidiary company BuildingMetrix, we provide accurate, timely data on key property risks that insurers and insurance agencies can use to enhance their results. Learn more about the data available from BuildingMetrix here.

If you need forms, loss costs, BCEGS or protection classes for a state outside Washington

If the state does not have an independent rating bureau, call ISO at 1-800-444-4554 or visit its website. (Click here for a list of states ISO serves.)

If the state does have an independent rating bureau, contact the bureau through these website links:

If you need data on other property risk factors

Explore BuildingMetrix and our solutions designed for insurers and insurance agencies. 


List of states ISO serves

If you are looking for protection class, loss cost data, or forms for any of the following states, contact ISO at 1-800-444-4554 or visit its website

Alabama (AL)

Alaska (AK)

Arizona (AZ)

Arkansas (AR)

California (CA)

Colorado (CO)

Connecticut (CT)

Delaware (DE)

Florida (FL)

Georgia (GA)

Illinois (IL)

Indiana (IN)

Iowa (IA)

Kansas (KS)

Kentucky (KY)

Louisiana (LA)

Maine (ME)

Maryland (MD)

Massachusetts (MA)

Michigan (MI)

Minnesota (MN)

Missouri (MO)       

Montana (MT)        

Nebraska (NE)         

Nevada (NV)        

New Hampshire (NH)        

New Jersey (NJ)

New Mexico (NM)

New York (NY)

North Dakota (ND)

Ohio (OH)

Oklahoma (OK)

Oregon (OR)

Pennsylvania (PA)

Rhode Island (RI)

South Carolina (SC)

South Dakota (SD)

Tennessee (TN)

Texas (TX)

Utah (UT)

Vermont (VT)

Virginia (VA)

West Virginia (WV)       

Wisconsin (WI)         

Wyoming (WY)        

District of Columbia (DC)         


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