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Alan Jin, Property Analyst at Mizuho Securities Asia, discusses the effectiveness of Beijing's measures and analyzes the issue of housing affordability in China.
Michael Klibaner, Regional Director and Head of Research for Greater China at JLL, is optimistic that China's tier-one and tier-two cities will see stability in 2015, but warns of risks in the lower-tier cities.
David Ji, Head of Research and Consultancy, Greater China at Knight Frank, discusses the persisting fall in the mainland's new home prices.
Kathy Fettke, CEO & Founder at Real Wealth Network, says the monthly figures, which fell in November, are "confusing" and adds that US housing starts are expected to double next year.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, shares her expectations for the housing market.
Pulte Homes is rushing to build more so-called active adult communities catering to baby boomers, many who still work full time.
CNBC's Diana Olick speaks to Richard Dugas, Pulte Group CEO, about the state of the housing market and Pulte's big bet on active adult communities.
Mortgage rates dropped last week to their lowest level since May 2013, but home buyers are not reacting to the move.
U.S. housing starts and permits fell in November, but the underlying trend remained consistent with an improving housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports homebuilder sentiment fell one point in December to 57.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest home builder sentiment data.
Home builders seem resigned to the fact that their business is recovering at a slower-than-expected pace.
Could new programs aimed at boosting first-time homebuyers lead to another crisis? Economist Robert Shiller sees risk of that scenario.
While not exciting, the report shows "seasonally adjusted home prices are still growing," economist Robert Shiller says.
CNBC's Diana Olick provides insight to a new report from Auction.com, which predicts November sales will be flat month-to-month, but higher than a year ago.
With home prices rising and fewer distressed homes to buy, large-scale investors are being replaced by their smaller counterparts and individuals.
CNBC's Jim Cramer speaks to Lennar CEO Stuart Miller, about the U.S. housing recovery. Miller says mortgage finance impairment is keeping housing improvement constrained to a narrow band.
CNBC's Diana Olick looks at what is fueling high-end home sales. Realtors say the rising stock market is driving sales.
Top home tier listings rose in more than 82 percent of the markets reviewed by Zillow compared to a year ago. And people are buying.
Brooklyn has been hot for decades, but now its housing is pricier than ever—so much so that it is no longer considered NYC's second-choice borough.