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Homeowners, designers and retailers exchange ideas and sell their wares on this platform, aimed at those in need of renovation help.
The suburbs are attracting millennials. Phil Orlando, Federated, and Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management, discuss ways to profit from the trend.
Homes priced at $1 million or more sold faster in 2015 than last year. CNBC's Robert Frank has the details.
Fundrise is an online crowdfunding platform, offering individual investors a chance to buy shares in a commercial real estate project.
It dates back to the seventh century, but today Byfleet Manor is better known as the home of the Dowager Duchess in “Downton Abbey.” It's gone on sale for $6.12 million.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at how some stocks are profiting from the recovery in housing.
Real estate and property development companies cheered as the ruling Conservative party triumphed on Friday, news that put paid to fears of a “mansion tax.”
John Schuster of Coldwell Banker Burnet takes a look inside three prime listings in Minneapolis, MN.
Check out housing market statistics in Minneapolis, and 3 hot properties, with John Schuster, Coldwell Banker.
Sellers are coming back to the Minneapolis/St. Paul housing market, but so are buyers, and that is keeping the Twin Cities tight.
The housing crash created a much larger share of renters, and these Americans are not enjoying the new wealth that now-rising home prices afford.
The average gross profit on a flipped home soared to $72,450, up from $61,684, in the first quarter of 2014, says RealtyTrac.
The S&P REIT index is down close to 8 percent in the last month, and almost 3 percent since Monday, as interest rates climbed.
A sharp rise in interest rates at the end of last week sent mortgage applications on a slide. Total volume fell 4.6 percent for the week.
If rates begin to rise, what is the impact to the housing market, with Susan Wachter, Wharton School, and CNBC's Diana Olick.
Once mortgage rates rise, consumers won't be willing to pay such high prices for homes, Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman said.
Just over 4 million homeowners with a mortgage are still drowning, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Homeowners in higher housing brackets have fewer mortgages underwater, but at the other end, more borrowers are falling into foreclosure.
Remember those worries about a China property crash? Forget all that. Analysts are turning freshly positive on the mainland's property plays.
Warren Buffett unapologetically defended Clayton Homes on Saturday from accusations of predatory lending.