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Lower existing home inventory is driving prices higher, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Housing is a great story but would be even greater if the inventory was there for buyers, Coldwell Banker Real Estate CEO Budge Huskey says.
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The housing crisis thinned the ranks of Realtors, but a new guard is signing up — younger folks who want to sell you a house.
Budge Huskey, Coldwell Banker CEO, discusses the current environment for real estate in the U.S.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on U.S. existing home sales and inventory data.
U.S. home resales rose more than expected in April, suggesting the economy continues to gather pace during the second quarter.
Keki Mistry, HDFC's CEO and CFO, expects India's demographics to support demand for housing loans.
The share of million-dollar homes has nearly doubled in the last four years, according to Trulia. Check out the growth in these cities.
Homesellers are hesitant to list their homes this spring because of anxiety about finding a desirable home to buy.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer spoke with Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff on the key to its success.
Jack Micenko, Susquehanna Homebuilder Analyst, discusses how regulation is affecting homebuilders and home buyers.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on regulation in the housing business and how it is raising average new home prices.
Houzz CEO and co-founder Adi Tatarko, discussing home ownership and remodeling trends.
An increasing amount of new regulations is hurting business, say some of the nation's biggest homebuilders. Look no further than San Clemente, California.
Mortgage rates last week remained close to the lowest levels in over a year, but apparently that did not push more homebuyers to take the plunge.
Knight Frank's David Ji says the broad-based property market recovery is supported by actual buyers, as speculators would only focus on first-tier cities.
Looking at China’s latest home prices, HSBC co-chief Asian economist, Frederic Neumann says the 6.2 percent increase in April shows there’s still “robust demand” in the country.
CLSA's Nicole Wong says affordability is mostly a problem in the top-tier cities, and these buyers are often the wealthiest of the population.
China's home prices rose 6.2 percent in April, accelerating from the previous month's 4.9 percent gain, an official survey showed on Wednesday.
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