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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies before the Senate Banking Committee and answers questions about how OneWest did not engage in robo-signing and banks he's met with.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies before the Senate Banking Committee and answers questions about housing reform and the key compromises that need to be achieved.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies before the Senate Banking Committee.
Land Securities CEO Robert Noel speaks about earnings and explains why his company is in a robust position, despite uncertain market conditions.
While growth in second-tier cities has slowed, third-tier cities are experiencing an inflow of liquidity, says Alan Jin, Mizuho Securities Asia.
Sigrid Zialcita, Cushman & Wakefield, says deceleration in the Chinese housing market looks set to continue.
As inventory drops to the lowest levels in years, Redfin's CEO says the market is getting rocked.
Autonomous vehicles could reshape development and city planning more than the introduction of the automobile, Curbed reports.
In yet another sign of a weakening spring housing market, mortgage applications took a step back last week.
Inflation has gnawed further into the budgets of British households this month, according to a survey.
Doug Ledba, Lending Tree CEO, talk about his company's website offering loan rates from all banks whether offline and online.
Nela Richardson, Redfin chief economist, discusses red flags in the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick report the latest on the housing market including disappointing construction numbers.
The largest generation is finally starting to buy houses. The trouble is, there aren't enough houses for sale to feed their appetite.
Tim Gurner is a 35-year-old Australian property tycoon who has almost half a billion dollars in the bank
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman break down the latest read on housing starts and building permits.
Construction of new homes fell for a second straight month in April, pushing activity to the lowest point in five months.
A 35-year old property developer believes too many young people are getting their priorities wrong.
Houzz has 13M remodeling and renovating photos on its site, giving inspiration to anyone trying to remodel a kitchen or decorate a new home.
But the ongoing uncertainty is pushing property values into a slow fall, says Jon Rickert of GAM.
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