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These penthouses, located in cities from Miami to San Diego, are the epitome of what it means to live the good life.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes increased just 0.8 percent from a downwardly-revised October reading.
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.
Sales of million- and multimillion-dollar homes are soaring. Contrary to popular belief, it is not all foreign cash fueling the frenzy.
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.
The housing market is cooling off. It may be just what is needed to get buyers back into the market this coming spring.
One third of respondents said Bieber was their least desired celebrity neighbor, but more said they don't want any celebrity neighbor.
Here are five things to watch in the housing market in 2015, says Damian Maldonado, co-founder of American Financing Corp.
Realtor.com combed through its data to compile a list of neighborhoods that were most searched this year for by visitors to its website. Here they are.
CNBC looks at which countries have seen the biggest gain in house prices over the last 12 months — and which have suffered the biggest losses.
Wealthy wine fanatics are opting to buy U.S. vineyards rather than the traditional French and Italian wineries.
Home price gains slowed in 2014, but were still enough to give U.S. homeowners a collective $1.7 trillion in additional home equity, Zillow says.
Better jobs and higher rents are pushing more young Philadelphians to buy homes in the city's downtown.
Pulte Homes is rushing to build more so-called active adult communities catering to baby boomers, many who still work full time.
Home builders seem resigned to the fact that their business is recovering at a slower-than-expected pace.
Mortgage applications to purchase a new homes dropped dramatically in November, signaling a slowdown in sales for the nation's builders.
Mortgage application volume increased last week and, in an odd coincidence, the move was the same as the previous week, but in the opposite direction.
Around the country, areas with the strongest job markets increasingly have some of the costliest homes.
This Ohio Rust Belt town only has a population of 65,000. The hope is that the fracking boom will ignite a rebound in its steel industry.
Interest rates are historically low, and home price gains are beginning to ease. So why aren't more young Americans buying?
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