I didn't vote for Trump but let's hope for the best, says Robert Shiller, Yale University, providing insight to what's driving optimism in the housing market.
Caution in the new year among investors was enough to put a little juice back into the mortgage market. Here's how.
Millions of borrowers are being lifted from underwater on their mortgages, but higher rates are having negative effects.
The FHA says borrowers will save an average $500 this year.
The Federal Housing Administration will reduce annual premiums, saving homeowners about $500 this year.
This will be the year of the smart home because the companies behind the technology will be smarter about educating their consumers.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports mortgage applications are down 12% over the past two weeks while refinance application dropped 22% over the same time period.
Mortgage interest rates came down slightly to end the year, but not enough to end the bleeding in the home-loan market.
Dolly Lenz, Dolly Lenz Real Estate founder, and CNBC's Robert Frank discuss the environment for the luxury housing market.
Aaron Terrazas, senior economist at Zillow, and CNBC's Diana Olick discuss housing trends for the coming year.
The monthly payment on some new homes is considerably higher, there is, however, a way to lower it by buying down the rate.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at whether home buyers should consider buying down their mortgage rates as interest rates begin to rise.
After laying the groundwork for private homeownership, Meng Xiaosu now wants retirees to cash out, the NYT reports.
Kathy Bostjancic at Oxford Economics weighs in on the impact of expected interest rate hikes on U.S. housing market and mortgages.
Total mortgage application volume rose 2.5-percent, seasonally adjusted, last week.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on existing home sales for the month of November.
I think you're going to see some slowing in some of the markets that have been the hottest in the past couple years, predicts Rick Sharga, Ten-X executive vice president, sharing his outlook on housing in 2017.,
CNBC's Diana Olick provides a look at what to expect in the real estate market next year.
After watching interest rates rise for nearly two months, homebuyers and homeowners took baby steps back into the mortgage market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports that rising rates are bringing back "creative" mortgage products.
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