Buying a home comes with many checklists and potential complications, and many would-be buyers run into other issues: some states have no or weak flood disclosure laws. That lack of information can end up costing homeowners tens of thousands of dollars down the line if their home floods again, and climate change is heightening the risks involved. Joel Scata, Senior Attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council, joins Closing Bell to discuss how homeowners are financially impacted by a lack of flood information, what needs to happen to solve this issue as climate change worsens, and more.