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CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the current most expensive listing, which is in Beverly Hills. The property includes a 27-car garage, and 23 bathrooms.
Demand is driving rents to record levels, but home prices are also rising. That leaves renters who want to buy homes in a tough spot, CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, discusses the company's Q3 earnings, the transformation in real estate and the use of technology to sell advertising.
In some cities, people are putting more than half their paycheck toward paying for rent for a two bedroom apartment.
Lawmakers in Los Angeles are making a move to end the building of super-sized mansions, reports NBC's Hallie Jackson.
HomeAway CEO Brian Sharples, discusses the company's lawsuit against San Francisco over its short-term rental law.
Though first-time homebuyers are at a near 30-year low, some quick changes could bring them back, says a real estate executive.
Mortgage applications to buy a home finally rose last week, but so did interest rates. CNBC's Diana Olick maps out the recovery in housing to help you better understand the data.
Mortgage rates are now back above 4 percent but the recent decline was enough to reveal the underbelly of the housing beast.
Realogy Holding Corp. CEO Richard Smith, discusses the solid third quarter at the company, saying there is increased confidence in the housing market. Smith also discusses the merger of Zillow and Trulia.
Even a small rise in mortgage rates was enough to cut off the spigot on refinances.
First-time home buyers are just a 33 percent share of home buyers, the lowest in 30 years.
The share of first-time home buyers dropped to 33 percent this year, reports CNBC's Diana Olick. Patricia Delinois, Century 21 Premier Elite, says young buyers have debt, student loans and cash buyers to compete with.
Discussing what's behind the slowdown in housing demand, with Tim Rood, The Collingwood Group.
First time home buyers are now just a 33% share of home buyers, the lowest in three decades, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports first-time home buyers dropped to 33 percent this year. Nearly half of first-time buyers surveyed this year said the mortgage application and approval process was more difficult than expected.
Young Americans are opting to rent rather than a buy a house, because of low inventory in their price range and tight credit.
Data shows the number of first-time home buyers dropped to 33 percent from 38 percent in 2013, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
As London house prices continue to grow, being willing to spend an extra minute on the commute by buying outside London could significantly cut your home purchase.
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