The median price of a Tampa home sold in May jumped 12.4 percent from a year ago to $204,000 in May, according to the local Realtors group.» Read More
Home prices are rising, and potential buyers may look back and regret not taking advantage of today's low rates and affordability, Hovnanian CEO Ara Hovnanian told CNBC.
You just knew it was the zombies, didn't you? Countrywide's Angelo Mozilo says zombie homeowners were to blame for the financial crisis -- not bad loans.
The looming "fiscal cliff" is a bigger problem for business than consumers, Bank of America CEO's told CNBC Friday.
Peter Damesick, EMEA chief economist at CB Richard Ellis, tells CNBC that there is less demand for office space from the financial services sector but this is being balanced by other businesses.
Bank lending to Britain's property market is at its tightest since the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers, a report showed on Friday.
Retirees are ditching government bonds and demanding riskier assets.
Despite the overall drop in foreclosures, a huge backlog of homes already in the foreclosures process are finally going back to the banks in big numbers.
A new report by Zillow shows which U.S. housing markets are best for buyers and sellers.
The sharp run-up in Hong Kong house prices raises the risk of an abrupt correction and the government should take further steps if necessary to contain risks arising from the property market, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday.
Rising home prices are cutting into the historic affordability that was bringing more buyers back to the market.
Paul Guest, Regional Head of Research & Strategy, LaSalle Investment Management says Asian investors take more risk in real estate investments, identifying shopping malls and hotels as yielding the best returns.
Yu-dee Chang, Principal and Chief Advisor, ACE Investment Strategists thinks the U.S. economy will have a better year in 2013. He also suggests tips on how investors can gain exposure to real estate.
A look at what would happen to your mortgage interest deduction if we go over the "fiscal cliff," with CNBC's Diana Olick
As one Marriott executive said, the hotel chain operator had "lost its mojo." Learn how the company is going to great lengths to get it back.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how the housing recovery could be derailed by a fall off the "fiscal cliff," with Richard Mack, Area Property Partners, and Barry Habib, Residential Finance Corp.
Home builders now have a new nightmare. During the housing crash, two million construction workers left the field, many of them never to return.
Whirlpool CEO Jeff Fettig told CNBC on Friday he's optimistic that a rebound in the U.S. housing market and pent up consumer demand will boost appliance sales during the next three to five years.
Start preparing for your retirement at least six months before you tell anyone at your office you are leaving.
If the mortgage interest deduction is eliminated due to the fiscal cliff quagmire it could stall the housing recovery.
Tasks to complete with your employer before your last day or work.