Prices in the nation's top 20 housing markets were 4.6 percent higher in January than in January 2014. Is housing overheating again?» Read More
Sales of existing homes in Boston were down in January, but those buyers made offers before the big snow hit.
The pain of all that overstretching during the last housing boom isn't over yet.
We are asking our CNBC show anchors to pick the million dollar home from three choices in various cities.
Mortgage demand seems to be suffering from a lack of reason to refinance and a lack of homes for sale.
Baby boomers looking to downsize from suburban homes are finding condos near more urban areas to be way too pricey. So they are staying put.
U.S. home buyers signed more contracts to buy existing homes in January than they have since August of 2013.
Las Vegas housing is in much better shape than from a few years ago, but rising home prices are still hurting sales.
Despite recent data showing weak home sales for January, a new report shows home buyers may edge back into the market in March.
Weak supply of homes for sale is boosting prices and could put a damper on the spring housing season.
January's fastest growing rental markets included Denver, Kansas City, Nashville, Portland, OR and Charlotte, according to Zillow.
The median price of a Dallas home was 12.3 percent higher in December 2014 than it was a year earlier, more than twice the national average.
Mortgage interest rates rose to their highest level of the year, and mortgage volume reacted in the opposite direction.
It might not be on Penny Lane, but Beatles fans have a chance to snap up a genuine piece of rock and roll real estate next week, as Paul McCartney's childhood home comes to auction.
Sentiment among single family U.S. home builders chilled in February, right along with temperatures across much of the nation.
Houston's hot housing market hasn't seen any impact from lower oil prices yet, but everyone is expecting it to cool at some point.
Miami's housing is coming back, except for a troubling drop in condo sales just a more units are set to hit the market.
The number of U.S. properties in foreclosure rose 5 percent in January, driven by a jump in bank repossessions, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said.
Apartment prices in "prime" central London rose by a staggering 33 percent last year, thanks to reforms to the taxes levied on homebuyers.
Employment is increasing, no question, but not in the professions that typically own homes, says Freddie Mac.
Slightly higher interest rates brought total loan application volume down 9 percent last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.