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CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on how banks have responded to the Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates by a quarter of a percent.
Sterling’s slump since the Brexit vote means London is no longer the world’s most expensive city for companies to locate staff, says Savills.
A slight drop in interest rates was not enough to rejuvenate the mortgage market, although refinances are still elevated.
Home Depot CEO Craig Menear discusses the future of his company, housing, economy and consumer spending.
Australia's housing market may be frothy, but it doesn't appear likely to be a bursting bubble anytime soon, this big broker indicates..
A high local dollar and low inflation should push the central bank to cut rates at Tuesday's policy review, says Mortgage Choice's John Flavell.
A drop in mortgage interest rates last month following the Brexit vote has borrowers rushing back to the bank, some hoping to cash in. Here's how.
Richard Martin of IMA Asia explains why he's anticipating a 25 basis point interest rake hike in December.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the role housing played in this morning's miserable GDP report.
Americans' social media networks can have a big impact on their decision to buy a house, new research from NYU shows.
Rents are soaring and demand for apartments is historically high, but some developers are overestimating the strength of the market.
Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, talks about the housing crisis in the U.K., following the Brexit vote.
After rising just over a decade ago to its highest level ever, the homeownership rate fell in the second quarter to match its all-time low.
Diana Olick looks at pending home sales numbers, which missed expectations in June.
This is due to inventory, reports CNBC's Diana Olick with the latest data on housing.
A significant bump higher in June home sales failed to materialize as expected, because buyers were met with little supply of available listings.
Interest rates are rising and so are home prices. That is putting pressure on borrowers and buyers alike.
U.K. homebuilders are now reporting their latest set of earnings, amid uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote. CNBC’s Gemma Acton discusses the sector’s outlook.
Ryan Mangold, group finance director at Taylor Wimpey, discusses how the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union has – or has not – impacted the housebuilder.
Taylor Wimpey said a referendum in which Britons backed leaving the European Union has had no meaningful effect on its performance in the last month.
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