There is essentially none of Abaco Island higher than the likely 10 meter sea level rise people think will occur in the future. But that is a pretty long way off. Longer than modern construction is expected to last.
But you know La Palma in the Canary Islands could collapse at any time, and send a 200-300 foot tidal wave right into the Eastern US coast. That would go at least 20 miles inland, more in some places. Thee are similar threats to the West coast. I think I'm probably pretty safe at 700 feet in elevation.
Some people think the Canary Islands scenario is bunk.
Last I heard, the BBC caught some flack from scientists about their doomsday style docu about the Eastern US being swept away.
However PIA, your words about the West did not go unnoticed either. Interactive Tsunami Inundation Map - L.A. County
Looks like Whittier is safe but four exits down the 605 and we're looking at new waterfront property, I guess!