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After seeing the highest September sales pace in six years, Los Angeles housing fell into a deep sleep in October.
Household borrowing in the U.S. climbed to its highest level since 2010 in the third quarter, according to the New York Federal Reserve.
A count by brokerage Redfin shows home sales in October were flat when compared to a year ago, following double-digit gains in September.
Many people assume that most renters want to buy a home eventually. That may be, but they're not saving to do that.
Richard LeFrak, The LeFrak Organization, explains why he thinks multifamily real estate offers the best investments.
Starts fell as single-family home construction in the South tumbled, but a surge in building permits suggested the market remained on solid ground.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on housing. And CNBC's Steve Liesman, adds perspective.
Richard LeFrak, The LeFrak Organization, discusses providing security for properties and investing in real estate.
Home loan borrowers seem undeterred by the highest interest rates in five months.
At 13, Claudia Azula-Altucher decided she'd chase the American Dream of owning her own home in the United States. But the reality of home ownership wasn't what she expected.
Expecting housing starts to remain steady, Hessam Nadji, senior executive vice president at Marcus & Millichap, discusses what this means for the health of the U.S. consumer and economy.
Erwin Sanft, head of China strategy at Macquarie, says China's nation-wide statistics do not reveal the extent of home price recovery in larger cities.
China's home prices edged up a tad in October, posting the first on-year gains in more than a year.
Sentiment among U.S. home builders fell more than expected in November, with scarcity of land and labor continuing to stymie growth.
Homebuilder sentiment fell three points in November to 62 points, marking the first drop in six months, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Given everything going on in the world, it would be absolutely crazy for the Fed to raise rates now, says Ron Insana.
David Darst, independent investment consultant, weighs in on worrisome spots in the market and discusses how to invest.
Chase Chief Economist Anthony Chan and Michelle Meyer, BofA Merrill Lynch deputy head of US economics, discuss the economic impact of more millennials failing to launch.
A proposed federal rule could effect close to one million homes, says The New York Times. Here's how.
Newly started foreclosures rose 12 percent from September, the largest monthly increase since August 2011.