Discussing whether there are risks associated with the Wells Fargo new 3 percent down payment mortgage, with Michael Calhoun, Center for Responsible Lending, and Nela Richardson, Redfin chief economist.
CNBC's Diana Olick provides all the details to the 3 percent down loan.
A strong showing of homebuyers in the South and West boosted overall U.S. home sales in April.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the nation's largest mortgage lender is now offering home loans to borrowers with a minimum of three percent down and a FICO score of 620.
The nation's largest lender, Wells Fargo, is offering a new mortgage with a 3 percent down payment requirement. What gives?
Slightly higher mortgage rates did not deter homebuyers looking for a loan last week.
The number of listings continues to drop as demand outstrips supply and potential sellers bow out, fearing they won't find something else to buy.uy.
CNBC’s Sharon Epperson explains how military families can maximize their benefits and save more for retirement.
Bets against Australia's Big Four banks have piled up amid rising concerns that the country's property prices could be about to fall off a cliff.
American retailers already operate in more foreign countries than Asian and European retailers do, but the gap is now widening.
Housing is a great story but would be even greater if the inventory was there for buyers, Coldwell Banker Real Estate CEO Budge Huskey says.
The housing crisis thinned the ranks of Realtors, but a new guard is signing up — younger folks who want to sell you a house.
The share of million-dollar homes has nearly doubled in the last four years, according to Trulia. Check out the growth in these cities.
Homesellers are hesitant to list their homes this spring because of anxiety about finding a desirable home to buy.
An increasing amount of new regulations is hurting business, say some of the nation's biggest homebuilders. Look no further than San Clemente, California.
Mortgage rates last week remained close to the lowest levels in over a year, but apparently that did not push more homebuyers to take the plunge.
Homebuilders gathered for a conference Tuesday say their tepid pace is in response to cautious consumers in housing.
CNBC's Diana Olick speaks with the nation's second-largest homebuilder Lennar's CEO Stuart Miller on the state of homebuilding.
Doug Dachille, AIG chief investment officer talks about the hedge fund market and the reallocation of his company's portfolio.
A monthly index of sentiment by the National Association of Home Builders registered 58 yet again in May, the same as April.
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