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In some cities, people are putting more than half their paycheck toward paying for rent for a two bedroom apartment.
Mortgage rates are now back above 4 percent but the recent decline was enough to reveal the underbelly of the housing beast.
Even a small rise in mortgage rates was enough to cut off the spigot on refinances.
Price growth of luxury property in major cities slowed in the third quarter as the darkening outlook for the global economy resulted in a lull in sales.
Though first-time homebuyers are at a near 30-year low, some quick changes could bring them back, says a real estate executive.
As retirement nears, should you hurry to pay off your mortgage? It really depends on the individual, USA Today reports.
Young Americans are opting to rent rather than a buy a house, because of low inventory in their price range and tight credit.
One World Trade Center, the tallest skyscraper in North America, opens 13 years after 9/11. The New York Times reports.
Looking to decompress from their busy lives, people are increasingly seeking sanctuary in treehouses.
The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.
Through its investment in Auction.com, Google will be able to forecast home sales for the month ahead.
Mortgage rates bumped decidedly back over 4 percent last week, causing a drop in both mortgage applications to refinance and to purchase a home.
U.S. single-family home prices rose in August on a year-over-year basis but fell short of expectations, a closely watched survey said on Tuesday.
The building has ruled over New York real estate, but now its sales may be coming back down to Earth.
Here's why Asian investors are diving into US real estate, explains Brian Ward of Colliers International.
Boosting the housing market could fuel the next credit bubble, warned Alan Schwartz, the former head of Bear Stearns.
Rates for a 30-year mortgage wavered near historical lows, but credit availability continues to be a problem for potential home buyers.
An auction in Motor City of around 6,000 foreclosed properties found an mystery bidder who has offered $3.2 million for the buy.
More and more, the wealthy are cloaking their names when buying homes, raising unsolved mysteries surrounding some high-profile properties.
Double-digit price gains for homes from just a year ago are disappearing, and suddenly it's no longer a seller's market.
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