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China faces the risk of youth disenchantment as property prices rise beyond their reach.
New Zealand needs workers by the thousand to keep its building boom going.
Lack of starter homes adding to the severe housing drought in the United States.
There are three significant ways the Fed rate hike could affect the real estate market, says Rick Sharga.
The supply of homes for sale is now at the lowest level since the National Association of Realtors began tracking inventory 18 years ago.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report the latest read on new home sales.
Guy Davidson, director at Cobalt Recruitment, says the residential and non-residential construction sectors are experiencing a boom.
Layne Harwood of Knight Frank says there has been a lack of home construction in New Zealand over the past decade.
Debating whether investors should buy the dip in the homebuilders sector with Chris Bertelsen, Aviance Capital Management, and Ken Zener, KeyBanc Capital Markets.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on existing home sales.
CNBC's Diana Olick provides the latest read on the housing market as refinancing and new purchase applications fall.
Higher housing costs have borrowers searching for the best deals on home loans.
Starter homebuyers are feeling it the hardest, says Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia chief economist, talking about the housing shortage in the U.S.
The strong US dollar compared to the fragile yuan has made China's middle class a major force in the Brooklyn real estate market.
Remember the sliced and diced mortgage-backed bonds that brought down the U.S. economy? They're back — but possibly evolved.
Clive McDonnell of StanChart Private Bank says the authorities are likely to continue encouraging people to move into areas with excess supply of housing.
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