Another drop in mortgage interest rates sent borrowers back to the bank to refinance home loans.
The strain on housing supply has put strong upward pressure on home prices in most markets, but apparently not all markets, says Trulia.
Even for a sector accustomed to sensationalist headlines, U.K. property has sparked its fair share of scrutiny in the run-up to the Brexit vot
After sitting tight for four straight months, confidence among U.S. homebuilders improved in June.
Economic concerns pushed mortgage rates to lows not seen since early 2015, but that did nothing to spur homebuyers.
Singapore's beaten-down home prices may find hopes of a recovery from an unusual source: car loans.
Seventy-one percent of non-homeowners with student loan debt said the burden of monthly payments was keeping them from buying a home, a survey says.
Ethan Penner, Mosaic Real Estate Investors, and Shari Olefson, The Carnegie Group founder, provide insight to the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports new fears are surfacing that the housing market could be headed back to the future as home prices near all-time highs and new low down payments mortgages have made their way back into the market.
Mortgage rates may be hovering near record lows, but it's not enough to counter still rising prices in many of the U.S.'s largest housing markets.
Almost seven years after the housing meltdown, one bank is now offering "lite doc" loans that only require proof of employment but borrowers must put forty-percent down and have a FICO score of 700, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Last week's weak jobs report pushed interest rates lower, but the desire for mortgages was already on the rise.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on low-risk loans offered by one community bank in Queens; and Bruce Marks, NACA CEO and founder, discusses providing loans to low income individuals.
Quontic Bank, an FDIC-insured community lender, is offering "Lite Doc" loans, requiring only job verification and two months of bank statements.
CNBC highlight what you really need to know about one of the most lucrative property markets in the world.
Wall Street banks stocks slammed in a down day for stocks, as investors reconsider when the FOMC will raise rates.
After cooling off in 2014, home flipping is on the rise again — its share of all home sales up 20 percent in the first three months of this year.
The 2016 hurricane season has begun, and a report says rebuilding after damaging storm surges this year could cost more than $1.5 trillion.
Applications to refinance a loan and to purchase a home fell last week, as interest rates maintained a slow climb.
Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair says she isn't completely comfortable with the idea of allowing borrowers to put down 3 percent on a new home.
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