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China needs more construction and real estate investments while ensuring that property prices don't rise too fast, says BNP Paribas' Lee Wee Liat.
Chandan Economics' Sam Chandan expects construction activity by developers and builders to pick up, and become a net contributor to U.S. economic growth.
Homebuilders gathered for a conference Tuesday say their tepid pace is in response to cautious consumers in housing.
CNBC's Diana Olick speaks with the nation's second-largest homebuilder Lennar's CEO Stuart Miller on the state of homebuilding.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Robert Stauffer of Roanoke College, about inflationary trends, the housing market and labor costs.
Hessam Nadji, Marcus & Millichap CEO, discusses the results of his company's bi-annual real estate survey which shows growing confidence for industrial and apartment spaces.
Home Depot reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly sales, saying that inconsistent weather drove demand across the board.
Land Securities CEO, Robert Noel explains why a vote to leave the European Union would be painful for the British property industry.
Semper Capital Management CEO Greg Parsons and Russel Investments Chief Market Strategist Steve Wood discuss the volatility in the markets for 2016.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports home builder confidence was unchanged in May, for the fourth straight month.
A monthly index of sentiment by the National Association of Home Builders registered 58 yet again in May, the same as April.
Data points may be mixed but there are pockets of the economy seeing green shots, namely the property and healthcare sectors, warns Medha Samant, investment director of Asian Equities at Fidelity International.
Cheap borrowing costs may be artificially pumping up property values, but strong real estate fundamentals are mitigating the risks, says investor Barry Sternlicht.
The Starwood Capital Group chief tells CNBC gives us his list, while downplaying concerns that low interest rates are heating up property values too much.
David Stephens, Mortgage Bankers Association CEO, provides a preview of spring's home-buying season, and weighs in on the health of the mortgage market. Our forecast is for interest rates to rise this year on the 30-year, says Stephens. And Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital, provides insight.
Despite interest rates hitting recent lows, the number of people applying for a mortgage barely moved last week.
Nick Tuffley from ASB Bank expects the New Zealand central bank to introduce new property market restrictions that focus on loan-to-value ratios.
Forget Las Vegas and Phoenix, today's real estate investors are seeing more lucrative opportunities in less-obvious markets.
Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson tells CNBC the lender won't settle with the government over allegations of filing false claims on federally insured mortgages.
Investors gunning for an rate hike by the Fed may be looking in the wrong direction, as millennials have more control of rates than the central bank.
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