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Apartment owners are increasingly getting fed up with the glut of packages arriving at their buildings from online orders, saying it costs them alot.
Total homes sales next year are expected to reach the highest levels since 2006, realtor.com says.
Mortgage interest rates haven't moved much, and that's taking its toll on borrowers who wish to refinance.
Jonathan Smoke, Realtor.com chief economist, discusses the results of a new report which shows who is buying homes and where the hottest markets are located.
Camden Property Trust which has 59 thousand apartment units spanning ten states has rolled out a new mailroom policy that is not very popular with tenants, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
A six acre town, Swett, in South Dakota has been listed for $250,000.
High prices and low inventory left the number of signed contracts to buy existing homes flat in October.
Buyers are priced-out of the Indian city's real estate market.
Higher prices are the culprit in weaker pending home sales, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
A definitive rise in mortgage interest rates over the last month is keeping borrowers at bay.
A wide swath of borrowers today may be paying far too much on their home loans, simply because they are overly cautious. Why?
The tech expands its financial services by offering homebuyers a tool to compare and contrast mortgages.
The S&P/Case Shiller 20-City Composite rose 5.5 percent in September year over year, compared with expectations for a 5.2 percent rise.
Mark Layman, Balfour Beatty U.S. CEO, weighs in on what's driving demand for construction and where he is seeing the hottest markets.
Wealthy Americans are seeking short-term penthouses and mansions.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at affordable alternatives to the ultra-conservative 30-year fixed home loan.
Technology behemoth Google is offering homebuyers in California the opportunity to compare and contrast mortgages.
Surges in London property prices have spurred calls the city is a bubble waiting to pop, but investors are still positive on the market.
As growth has slowed, investors have become more aware of what it actually costs to buy, hold and sell a property, with tax costs a key factor.
Repricing risks will be on the horizon when interest rates rise but for now, affordability isn't an issue, explains Liam Bailey, global head of research at Knight Frank.