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Amazon is the latest in a long list of players to offer online home-maintenance services. Will it be good enough to hammer the competition?
More than 60 percent of builders surveyed in May reported that the overall supply of developed lots is low.
Discussing the hottest markets for home buyers and sellers, with CNBC's Diana Olick, and Kate Moore, JPMorgan Private Bank.
May housing starts are slightly worse than expected, and building permits are up, reports Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.
What's the long-term outlook for London's luxury property market after the Conservative victory? Jeremy McGivern, founder of Mercury Homesearch, explains.
Starts fell in May after a hefty increase the prior month, but a surge in permits to a near eight-year high suggested the pullback was temporary.
Why it is more important than ever today, as both a buyer and a seller, to know your market well and know its housing value even better.
Patrick Newport, U.S. economist at IHS Global Insight, gives his expectations on today's U.S. housing data and how it could impact to the Federal Reserve.
Despite talk of a hot real estate market, housing is affordable in much of the nation, the National Assoc. of Home Builders CEO says.
Technology workers are leaving Silicon Valley and moving to new cities—and it's affecting housing prices, a study found.
CNBC's Power Lunch takes a look at Cleveland real estate with Progressive Urban Real Estate broker, Michele Anderson.
Has housing gone wild? Discussing real estate and the California market, with Don Peebles, Peebles Corp. CEO, and Jerry Howard, NAHB CEO.
Homebuilder confidence in buyer traffic is up 5 points, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Cleveland is becoming less affordable for housing, thanks to a big drop in for-sale listings.
Sentiment among U.S. home builders took a sharp jump in June to the highest level of the year, despite rising costs for consumers.
A new study looks at rents in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
Some underwater borrowers are stuck in place, unable to sell without paying into their mortgages.
Sydney home prices may have surged, but even Australia's top policy makers can't agree on whether the market is a bubble.
April's so-called "pending" home sales rose 3.4 percent versus March to the highest level in nine years.
A resurgence in the move-up buyer, who had been stuck in place throughout the recession, is boosting San Diego's housing sales.