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Mortgage interest rates rose to the highest level in a month, pouring cold water on applications.
The San Francisco ballot measure, Proposition F, limits the nights a home can be rented out on services such as Airbnb.
CNBC's Robert Frank highlights which cities deliver the most in luxury housing dollar for dollar.
Purchase mortgage originations surged 15 percent annually in Q2, and purchase lending is being driven almost entirely by high-credit borrowers. Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries, and CNBC's Diana Olick provide insight.
Mortgage volume is booming, with borrowers having some of the highest credit scores ever. Here's why.
Residents are debating Proposition F, a measure to reduce the supply of short-term home rentals in San Francisco.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the increase in mortgage lending is being driven almost entirely by borrowers with FICO score above 700.
A new proposal in San Francisco would cut the supply of short-term home rentals if passed, the NYT reports.
Rent hikes are dogging tenants, but big money investors say the season of love for residential, multi-family rental properties is only getting started.
Home flipping is surging again as first-time homebuyers are targeted.
Housing in Canada is being overvalued
Power House takes a look at the New York City metro area, with a focus on Long Island. Mickey Conlon of Douglas Elliman has the details.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on a 2 percent fall in pending home sales, while home flippers continues to operate.
A look at three properties in the Long Island luxury real estate market, with Douglas Elliman's Mickey Conlon.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes dropped 2.3 percent in September from August and were just 3 percent higher than one year ago
Realtors are blaming a "dearth of available listings in lower end properties for first time home buyers" and "rockiness in financial markets," for the miss on pending home sales in September, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Eight years after the sub-prime mortgage crisis, banks are warning of the risks from booming property markets around the world. Which city is most at risk?
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas discusses his thoughts on the Federal Reserve. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky joins in.
Wide weekly swings in mortgage applications seem to have calmed down, now that new lender regulations have been in place for nearly a month.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. That's why, in an increasingly competitive housing market, it's where homebuilders are turning up the heat.