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The median home value in June surpassed $200,000, up 7 percent from a year ago, according to Zillow.
Refinance applications surged 13 percent last week, even as mortgage rates remained steady.
The jump in international purchases follows a year-ago retreat and comes as a surprise, given the current strength of the U.S. dollar.
Roofstock claims it can gauge the risk of becoming a landlord right down to the neighborhood level.
The appetite for riskier mortgages is rising, and a small cadre of investment firms is ready to feed it.
Mortgage rates just saw their biggest jump since the presidential election, and that took a heavy toll on demand for home loans.
Amazon's plan to acquire Whole Foods will not only change the landscape for retail but also for real estate.
The rise came even as interest rates made their largest five-day-week jump since just after the presidential election.
Prices for Manhattan real estate hit a new all-time high in the second quarter, with apartments now selling for an average of $2.19 million.
Two major changes in the mortgage market go into effect this month, and both could help millions more borrowers qualify for a home loan.
The pending home sales index from the Realtors dropped 0.8 percent month to month and is now 1.7 percent lower than May 2016.
Total application volume fell 6.2 percent last week, compared to the previous week.
An apartment in one of New York's most expensive buildings is heading to foreclosure.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the foreclosure sale of a unit in One57 Tower in Manhattan.
The conditions are ripe for housing confidence, but renters aren't buying it.
Falling mortgage rates and rising home values are a tasty combination for homeowners, but millions are not biting.
The median price of an existing home sold in May set a record high, but it's not the price itself that is so stunning.
Total mortgage application volume rose 0.6% on a seasonally adjusted basis from the previous week.
The same way that the car scene changed with Uber and NYC offices started going virtual, co-living is coming to a neighborhood near you.