CNBC's Diana Olick reports sales of existing homes beat expectations slightly in July. A look at the potential impact of higher rates.» Read More
CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din takes a look at what $500,000 can buy you in Dubai's property market.
Nick Maclean, managing director of CBRE Middle East, says the Dubai property market relies on speculation but the government is introducing policies to control this.
Dubai may be one of the hottest property market in the world, but you will be surprised how far half a million dollars will still get you compared to other global cities.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the housing market is seeing the most pristine mortgages in the history of lending right now.
More trouble in the Ukraine led to more applications for U.S. mortgage refinances last week; it is all about interest rates.
Sven Carstensen, partner at Bulwiengesa, discusses the German property market and says that in many cities, prices have reached their peak.
Sandro Salsano, founder of Columbus Frontiers, discusses how investors are flocking to buy properties in Panama as they see it as a safe haven for their cash.
Jochen Moebert, real estate analyst at Deutsche Bank, says some of the more expensive areas of German property are "cheap" in comparison to other countries such as the U.K.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports on the dizzying rise of German property prices fueled by low interest rates in the euro zone.
London isn't the only place which is seeing a dizzying increase in property prices. Look no further than across the channel to Germany.
With housing starts permits soaring in July, Shari Olefson, "Foreclosure Nation" author, discusses the strength of the overall market.
Housing starts jumped almost 16 percent in July and Home Depot reported better than expected earnings. CNBC's Diana Olick breaks out the numbers.
New housing data show the consumer environment is still healthy, investment pros tell CNBC.
Why Home Depot's Frank Blake is a great CEO, with CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg.
Brad Hunter, Metrostudy chief economist, outlines Texas, Atlanta, and Denver as housing hot spots in the U.S.
Housing starts jumped up 15.7 percent in July. CNBC's Diana Olick provides details from the report.
Stocks, bonds and housing might all be getting too expensive, Yale economist says.
Discussing if gains in housing will trickle over into consumer spending, with Jeff Hussey, Russell Investments global CIO, and Jeremy Zirin, UBS chief equity strategist.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the story behind housing starts. Olick shows what areas of the U.S. saw the biggest jump in construction.
Builders amped up the volume in July for single-family homes and multifamily apartments, but the real strength is still in the rental market.
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