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Pending home sales rose in May just under 1 percent, and April numbers were revised down. CNBC's Diana Olick provides perspective on the housing data.
Pending home sales climb to a nine year high.
A spike in interest rates may have slowed pending home sales in May, but year-over-year sales are up 10 percent.
May pending home sales are at the highest level in nine years, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
A tennis court that turns into a ballroom in an underground mansion, with CNBC's Robert Frank.
Here's 3 hot property listings in Chicago, with Colin Hebson, Dream Town Real Estate.
Because downtown Chicago is relatively affordable, families are waiting longer before moving out to the suburbs.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the Fair Housing Act allows for broader discrimination claims.
Josh Flagg, "Million Dollar Listing" star, discusses the strong showing in the Golden State's million dollar housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on eye opening data in the rental marketplace.
Here's why Pimco's Mark Kiesel doesn't see a risk right now for the high-yield bond market and why he still likes housing.
Mark Kiesel, PIMCO CIO global credit and managing director, makes sense of housing data and what it means for the overall economy.
CNBC's Diana Olick looks at an earnings beat by Lennar, rising rent prices, and the mortgage application volume.
Homeownership rates are at their lowest level in 25 years, in part, because older, more affluent Americans now prefer to rent, a Harvard study says.
Despite low interest rates, homeownership has slipped for years leading to a strong 10-year stretch in rental growth. The NYT reports.
Lennar reports a quarterly profit of 79 cents a share - beating estimates by 15 cents.
Douglas Duncan, Fannie Mae chief economist, weighs in on the health of the housing market and the generational shift in home buyers.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports applications to purchase a home rose one percent while rental demand continues to climb.
Interest rates pulled back slightly last week, but it was enough to push mortgage volume higher.
Most new home owners fail to take into account additional costs such as utilities and insurance, the Fiscal Times reports.