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Closed sales fell 1.7 percent in Tampa, Florida, in November compared to November 2014, as inventory declined more than 7 percent.
Warmer-than-normal temperatures across much of the nation did nothing to heat up home sales in November.
Mat Ishbia, United Wholesale Mortgage, shares his prediction on mortgage rates in 2016, and weighs in on millennials entering the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at whether the Fed's recent rate hike will likely impact mortgage rates next year.
Prices in luxury real estate dipped in the third quarter as investors fear a volatile market.
Sotheby's International Reality CEO Philip White discusses the state of luxury reality and the recovery since the financial crisis.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest numbers on home prices, as San Francisco sees continued price gains.
Tight supply of homes for sale is pushing home prices ever higher again — with annual gains swelling in most major markets.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest numbers on housing as home sales head lower and potential buyers stay stuck.
Mortgage rates will rise, and rising rates will hit first-time home buyers the hardest, predicts CNBC's Diana Olick.
Applications increase by 7.3% following The Fed raising interest rates
Borrowers wasted no time to submit mortgage applications last week.
Redfin Chief Economist Nela Richardson discusses housing headwinds and the health of U.S. homebuyers.
More home lenders are reporting easing credit standards, according to Fannie Mae, and they expect standards to ease rather than tighten in the near future.
The housing market shouldn't necessarily worry; indeed, the move might even be a good thing.
Home prices may be rising but the market still hasn't peaked, says this former Bravo "Million Dollar Listing" star. Plus, the best month to buy.
The Fed's quarter-point hike doesn't mean the average 30-year fixed mortgage will be a quarter point higher.
There's a three to six month window before mortgage rates move appreciably higher, Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson tells CNBC.
We don't believe mortgage rates will ratchet up any time soon, says William Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, weighing in on how the Fed's rate hike is likely to impact home buyers.
Theodore Tozer, Ginnie Mae president, weighs in on how an interest rate hike could impact housing and mortgages. And Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute, weighs in.
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