Housing guru Ivy Zelman tells CNBC's "Halftime Report" on Monday that now is the best time to buy a house and avoid rent "gouging." » Read More
By: Leslie Shaffer
Don't believe the hype about a Singapore property pick-up, Nomura said, addressing some "half-truths" about one of Asia's real estate hotspots. » Read More
Despite three years of a solid recovery in home prices, a surprising number of homeowners don't realize what they've gained, says loanDepot.
SoHo Capital's Frank Troise explains how housing, bad loans and reserves indicators could suggest that China's worst could be over.
A proposal by Australia's opposition party to cut generous tax breaks for retail property investors won't make housing cheaper, experts warn
Fannie Mae, the state-sponsored U.S. mortgage backer, is at risk of needing a bailout that could hit confidence in housing finance, senior officials warned. The Financial Times reports.
Spain and Ireland's property markets have emerged the best post-Euro crisis, says Lord Andrew Hay from Knight Frank.
Chinese and Middle-Eastern investors are buying London properties Russians are renting, says Lord Andrew Hay of Knight Frank.
Since the crash, house flipping has remained pretty stable overall ... with two very glaring exceptions. Read where houses are being churned.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Mark Hanson, M Hanson Advisors, about U.S. housing starts unexpectedly falling in January, and December's revised lower.
U.S. housing starts unexpectedly fell in January likely as bad weather disrupted building projects in some parts of the country.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports mortgage applications rose over eight percent last week but it was all on the back of refinancing.
Applications to refinance mortgages are now at the highest level in over a year.
Lim Ming Yan, president and group CEO of Capitaland, says there is still demand in China's residential property market due to more accomodative policies.
Presidents Day weekend is the traditional start of the spring housing market, but buyers may not have a whole lot to choose from.
Presidents Day weekend is the traditional start of the spring housing market, but buyers may not have a whole lot to choose from, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Higher costs for land and labor are casting an even bigger chill over homebuilders than the brutal February weather plaguing much of the nation.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down February home builder sentiment data, which took a hit for the month.
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