Homebuilders gathered for a conference Tuesday say their tepid pace is in response to cautious consumers in housing.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer spoke with Bill Pulte, as the public battle for PulteGroup leadership took aim at another member of the board.
The rally is not over for this rebounding sector of the US economy. It's an opportunity that offers upside potential for investors.
Former PulteGroup CEO James Grosfeld pointed to the company's dividend payouts and share buybacks to justify siding with William Pulte Sr.
Though stocks slid Thursday, "Fast Money" traders saw upside for homebuilder and home improvement stocks.
Stephen Kim, Barclays, discusses the reality of the "new home" market. Remodeling plays will do very well in this environment, says Kim.
7 ways to play the new era in housing with the Fast Money traders.
Jim Cramer plays matchmaker for KB Home and this homebuilder that could be a match made in heaven.
Robert Wetenhall, homebuilding analyst at RBC Capital Markets, talks about how he thinks house affordability is actually better than we think and how home building stocks are faring.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC Pro screened for which stocks did well or poorly when the new home sales beat or missed consensus.
If fears of a recession are overblown, this cornerstone sector of the economy is being unfairly neglected. Time to buy.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC Pro screened for which securities do well or poorly when the existing home sales report beats or misses estimates.
San Francisco real estate agents are speaking out on the potential for a cooling in the Bay Area market, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
We will see robust demand for housing, and the homebuilders are in a good position, explains Bob Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets, in discussing low housing supply and low mortgage rates.
A lack of homes for sale is keeping potential buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes remained essentially flat in December.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower, weighed by a renewed decline in oil, as investors awaited key inputs on the pace of economic growth.
Executives at the U.S.'s largest homebuilder aren't afraid to admit it: Cheap works. Its recent launch into the entry-level market is paying off.
D.R. Horton reported a slightly higher-than-expected profit along with a rise in orders for the last quarter of the year.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a softer open on Monday ahead of some big-name earnings and the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting this week.