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Companies moving to this Southern city are boosting housing demand, resulting in prices rising 8 percent in February from a year ago.
CNBC's Diana Olick has 8 tips for selling homes in the spring.
Foreclosure activity fell to the lowest rate in nearly nine years as banks started the process on fewer homes and scheduled fewer auctions.
A tiny pullback in interest rates did nothing to improve mortgage application volume. The numbers are seasonally adjusted.
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Carol Wu, head of research at DBS Vickers, expects "moderate downward pressure" on housing prices as Chinese developers focus on selling their unsold inventory, but loosening monetary policy will provide support.
Donald Han, managing director at Chestertons, expects housing prices in China to see a single-digit drop in the months ahead as policy changes such as a rate cut need time to take effect.
John Saunders, head of APAC at BlackRock Real Estate, explains why the reduction in policy rates isn't a quick fix to the woes in China's property sector.
China new home prices registered this sixth straight month of annual decline in February, as tepid demand continued to weigh on sentiment despite the government's efforts to spur buying.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reveals which stories are heating up on the website.
The Commerce department says the housing starts number fell 17% last month to their lowest level in a year. CNBC's Steve Liesman blames cold weather for the big drop but Diana Olick says otherwise.
Homebuyers in areas with the lowest costs are making half the down payments as those in more expensive areas, according to new data from RealtyTrac.
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Temperatures are warming and potential homebuyers are coming out to shop, but they are finding little for sale.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says the Fed can't hike interest rates now because the economy "is not going the way it's supposed to."
U.S. housing starts plunged to their lowest level in a year in February as harsh weather kept builders at home.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest data on housing and what it indicates about the health of the U.S. economy. And CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective.
More than seven million home foreclosures and short sales have swept the country in the last eight years, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick is keeping an eye on the health of housing in the U.S. Olick reports homebuilder sentiment in March fell to the lowest level since July.
Despite warming weather in much of the nation, U.S. home builders are steadily losing faith in their business.