DR Horton fell$. 12 or. 5 percent, to $22.04. Hovnanian Enterprises Inc. rose$. 05 or 1.0 percent, to $4.83. Lennar Corp. fell$. 33 or. 8 percent, to $40.02.» Read More
Karl Case and Robert Shiller, co-founders of the S&P/Case Shiller Index, and David Blitzer, S&P 500 Index committee, discuss the latest housing numbers and the outlook on homebuilders.
Builder confidence jumped five points in May, which is a sign that the nation’s homebuilders are feeling far better again, after an unusually warm winter wreaked havoc with the usual traffic and sales trends.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report the latest numbers on March's Business Inventories, and the NAHB Sentiment Index.
A look at how European markets closed and where to find global growth, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs, Gary Kaminsky, and Bob Pisani.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the better-than-expected earnings and the "head fake" on the new housing numbers.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the dip in the Consumer Confidence Index and the drop in new home sales, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
Discussing the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller home price data for February, with Maureen Maitland, S&P Indices vice president.
The FMHR traders discuss whether Greenbrier is off track, since shares of the company are down 30% year-to-date. Megan McGrath, MKM Partners homebuilder analyst, also weighs in on whether D.R. Horton's earnings beat signals a strong Spring for housing.
The Fast Money crew with the after-hours play on SanDisk's Q1 earnings, and the trade on homebuilders, with Nishu Sood, Deutsche Bank analyst, who discusses his upgrade of Toll Brothers to a "buy".
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the numbers on homebuilder sentiment, which shows new home sales, declined 7% since December.
CNBC's Rick Santelli weighs in on the growing foreign demand for U.S. debt and whether home builders are losing confidence.
A new Wells Fargo survey, which polled managers in 20 major markets, found that sales rates are at their strongest levels since the firm began its survey in 2001. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
A Goldman Sachs home prices survey shows 63 percent of consumers surveyed expect home prices to be either stable or positive, compared to 58 percent six months ago, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
CNBC's Jon Fortt explains Yahoo's reorganization. Discussing the recent slew of management shakeups for Yahoo, RIM and Best Buy, with Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Senior Assosciate Dean at Yale School of Management.
Are Chinese millionaires taking unfair advantage of the U.S. housing market? Peter Navarro, UC Irvine business professor and Derek Scissors, Heritage Foundation senior research fellow, weigh in.
Home investors bought 1.23 million homes in 2011, a 65 percent jump from 2010. 50 percent of those purchases were either foreclosures or short sales. Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors chief economist; Gary Beasley, Waypoint Real Estate Group managing director; and CNBC's Courtney Reagan offer insight.
In an unexpected reversal, both newly started foreclosures and finalized foreclosures dropped precipitously in February.
Man caves? Jacuzzis? Great rooms? Who needs them? Big, fancy and expensive are out; small, utilitarian and frugal are in. Oh, and so is the outdoors!
An improving jobs outlook in Northern California, continued low mortgage rates and the ongoing influx of new residents into the Golden State provide support to a healing housing market.
The number of homes sold to investors more than doubled last year, as rising rents and low-priced distressed properties fueled demand.