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CNBC's Diana Olick reporting existing home sales rose 5.1 percent for the month of March, but low inventory numbers affecting prices.
Interest rates held relatively steady last week, near one-year lows, but homebuyers were not enticed. Here's why.
David Amirian, The Amirian Group, analyzes the real estate market in New York City with CNBC's Diana Olick. "Billion Dollar Buyer" host Tilman Fertitta of Fertitta Entertainment, weighs in.
Builders have been blaming weak home construction on labor shortages, but a new Goldman Sachs report suggests that's not the case.
Michelle Meyer, BofA Merrill Lynch provides insight to the housing market as spring buying season appears to get off to a slow start.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on housing. And CNBC's Diana Olick provides insight to the weak data. It's all about supply and we're not seeing it, says Olick.
Starts fell more than expected in March, suggesting some cooling in the housing market in line with signs of a sharp slowdown in economic growth.
Home builders' confidence in April reflected an overall optimistic outlook in the market for new homes even as a gauge of current sales fell slightly.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest data on housing.
Tier-one cities are driving home price gains while high inventories continues to plague the market in lower-tier cities, says Pruksa Iamthongthong of Aberdeen Asset Management Asia.
The UK's "generation rent" may be priced out of home buying, but renting is also hip among another group: the super-rich, the Financial Times reports.
Home prices in China's 70 major cities gained for the sixth consecutive month in March from a year earlier, an official survey showed on Monday.
Total credit supply rose 60 percent on-year during the first quarter, which is worrying, warns Erwin Sanft, head of China strategy at Macquarie.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports that young homeowners may not be getting the tax savings they expect due to low mortgage rates.
According to real estate website Zillow, homes listed for sale in May sell faster and for more money than those in any other month. Does it hold true for both sellers and buyers, and across the country? Reporter Diana Olick finds the reasons behind it, and why in some cities other months could be better than May.
Buying a home no longer offers attractive tax breaks, due to near-record low mortgage rates and an increase in the standard deduction.
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