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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, discusses the state of the housing market and demand for home loans, with "Squawk Box" anchor Becky Quick.
Tight home supply is spurring more bidding wars. CNBC's Diana Olick shares a few tips.
One-third of all U.S. properties sold in March went at or above asking price. That's hot. So how do you emerge the winner in a bidding battle?
The U.K.'s once-frothy property market is stuck in "wait-and-see" mode, with homebuyers jittery ahead of the most uncertain election in decades.
Power House takes a look at Los Angeles, CA with a focus on Westwood & BelAir. Jasia Bishop of Partners Trust has the details.
The Census Bureau is reporting home-ownership in the first quarter of 2015 dropped to nearly 64 percent, the lowest in 25 years. Insight, with CNBC's Diana Olick and Shari Olefson, Carnegie Group founder.
CNBC's Diana Olick explains new mortgage options, including EquityKey's offer for homeowners to sell the future appreciation of their homes.
Check out three property listings in Los Angeles, with Jaisa Bishop, Partners Trust. The "Power House" of the week costs $18 million.
Home sales in Los Angeles have been hampered by low inventory, especially in the lower price ranges. When do more listings come?
As it gets easier to get a mortgage, more lenders are getting creative in what they are offering consumers.
Toronto was the hottest luxury property market in 2014, bucking a slowing trend in the world's top property hubs, according to Christie's real estate branch.
Sales of luxury homes across the world continued to grow in 2014 according to Christie's International Real Estate. CNBC takes a closer look at the three cities to watch and some of the properties on offer.
Sarah House, Wells Fargo economist, and Patrick Newport, IHS Global Insight, weigh in on the health of U.S. housing and the millennial generation. What really matters is the strength of the economy, says Newport.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports home buyer rates continue to fall despite mortgage rates hovering near historic lows.
Residents in this area overwhelmingly pay the most in property taxes for single-family homes, according to Zillow.
Rising interest rates are curtailing mortgage activity, CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
Pending home sales are up 1.1 percent month-to-month, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
So-called pending home sales are now 11.1 percent higher than they were one year ago and are running at the highest level since June, 2013.
Mortgage applications gave back their gains last week, falling exactly as much as they had risen the previous week as interest rates nudged higher.
The homeownership rate in the first quarter of this year fell to 63.7 percent, the lowest since 1990, according to the U.S. Census.