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Property demand in London has dropped since February 2014 by 28 percent. Russell Quirk, CEO of emoov, says that property demand or "hotspots" has increased in "commutable" areas like Reading and Colchester.
Landlords are still getting higher rents, but will the apartment building boom spoil the party?
Nearly two-thirds of moves involving this state were outbound, according to a moving company's survey.
Scotland’s housing market bounced back at the end of 2014 after the “no” vote for independence boosted the country’s real estate, Knight Frank said.
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Discussing whether investing in real estate or the stock market is smarter, with Samantha Debianchi of Debianchi Real Estate.
Moving company Allied Van Lines says Texas remains at the top of the list for net move-ins. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the top inbound and mobile states.
CNBC's Diana Olick has the final read on the housing market heading into the New Year.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes increased just 0.8 percent from a downwardly-revised October reading.
The rent bubble" in the U.S. will vanish when more millennials start families and buy houses, an investment advising CEO said.
CNBC provides a tour of two multi-million dollar homes, "Southern Belle," and "Rugged Ranch." Real estate super broker Dolly Lenz, shares her pick.
The housing market is cooling off but as Diana Olick explains, that could be a good thing.
Experts weighed in on what trends and factors will lead to continuing market growth in the U.S. next year.
As rents soar and the supply of rental housing remains constrained, 2015 could be the tipping point, pushing more renters to home ownership.
CNBC provides a tour of two million dollar homes, "Waterside Wonder," and "Southern Belle." Super broker Dolly Lenz weighs in on which listing is the better value.
CNBC's Diana Olick reveals her predictions for real estate and housing in 2015
First-time buyers sat on the sidelines in 2014, and most of the sales action was on the high end. That may be about to change in the new year.
Low interest rates have been driving the fragile market, says Robert Shiller, Case-Shiller Index co-founder and Yale University professor of economics, discusses continued sluggishness in home prices and if home sales will accelerate in 2015.
Discussing tech valuations and the housing recovery outlook for 2015, with Dan Morris, TIAA-CREF, and Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank.
Next year is shaping up to be one of those rare times when strong economic growth is accompanied by low interest rates, the perfect mix for housing.