U.S. homebuilders lost a little faith in their market in July, as foot traffic of potential buyers thinned and construction constraints continued.
It's come to this: Finding an affordable apartment in New York has become nearly as frustrating as trying to find romance.
Realtors are incorporating "Pokemon Go" features into ads to help sell houses. Will buyers respond?
CNBC's Diana Olick and Sarah Edelman discuss whether private equity companies are doing right by homeowners when they buy troubled loans.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the rise in refinancing taking place.
A new survey is showing weaker traffic at open houses and less interest in taking on a mortgage, as worries increase about student debt loads.
The Brexit-induced boomlet in mortgage refinances is still cooking with gas.
Rising house prices boosted home equity by $260 billion in the first quarter alone. How are homeowners responding?
Director of Research and Chief Equity Strategist at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Frederick Cannon discusses mortgages and global growth.
This will be the strongest summer housing market in a decade, says Realtor.com's Jonathan Smoke. Here are the hottest markets.
Investments during the first half of 2016 dropped 42 percent on-year to $73 billion, says Michael Maduell of the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
Record low bond yields and mortgage rates are positive factors but the U.S. market needs new renters to become homeowners for the boom to sustain, warns Sam Chandan of Chandan Economics
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on the improving housing sector and how it could support the overall U.S. economy.
Patricia Delinois, Century 21 Premier Elite Realty President & CEO, discusses the surge in mortgage applications for both new homeowners and those looking to refinance.
The appetite for U.S. real estate continues to flourish, but international buyers are shifting their sights from luxury to less-pricey properties.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports mortgage application volume jumped as interest rates dropped.
A Brexit bonus is spurring U.S. homeowners to refinance their mortgages.
Mortgage rates haven't hit a record low yet, but they could. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
Low interest rates will mean short-term pain for some of the largest mortgage servicers as well as investors in mortgage-backed securities..
Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia housing economist, says low mortgage rates should spur refinancing rather than buying a home.
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