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Mortgage demand seems to be suffering from a lack of reason to refinance and a lack of homes for sale.
Three private equity firms are betting that landlord loans will become the next big profit opportunity. The NYT reports.
John Carter, CEO of Travis Perkins, says he still anticipates a long recovery for growth in the U.K, adding that the construction business has performed as expected.
John Carter, CEO of Travis Perkins, says there is pent up demand for building materials in the UK.
Peter Redfern, CEO of Taylor Wimpey, says government actions around housing have been supportive and haven't fueled a bubble.
Look alive—a town featured on AMC's "The Walking Dead" could be yours.
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.
Suburban baby boomers are not downsizing their homes because of the sticker shock urban condos present. Details, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
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.
David Seymour, CityLight Homes co-founder, and Peter Souhleris, CityLight Homes co-founder, discuss home damage left by this winter's big snow in the Boston area, its impact on housing and whether they are seeing a rebound in the real estate market.
Talking about the U.S.'s mixed housing data, Kathy Bostjancic, director of U.S. macro investor services at Oxford Economics, says that younger adults are a key drive behind the data and the future of U.S. housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick brings light to January new home sales data, which was more positive than existing home sales data.
Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services reports new home sales data in January is 481,000; and CNBC's Diana Olick provides perspective on the good number.
New U.S. single-family home sales in January fell less than expected and supply rose to its highest level since 2010.
Home improvement and housing are finally positioned to take off this year, Jeffrey Lorberbaum tells CNBC.
Home builders are increasingly targeting the wealthy as the housing market remains tepid, The New York Times reports.
Despite recent data showing weak home sales for January, a new report shows home buyers may edge back into the market in March.
Low rates could be good news for the housing market, and the banks bounced today, with the "Fast Money" traders.
For the first time since 2013, home prices are increasing. CNBC's Diana Olick on why the gains might not be good for current market conditions.
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