A definitive rise in mortgage interest rates over the last month is keeping borrowers at bay.» Read More
CNBC's Diana Olick discusses the movement of mortgage rates heading into the spring buying season.
Sentiment among single family U.S. home builders chilled in February, right along with temperatures across much of the nation.
Houston's hot housing market hasn't seen any impact from lower oil prices yet, but everyone is expecting it to cool at some point.
Miami's housing is coming back, except for a troubling drop in condo sales just a more units are set to hit the market.
The number of U.S. properties in foreclosure rose 5 percent in January, driven by a jump in bank repossessions, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said.
Apartment prices in "prime" central London rose by a staggering 33 percent last year, thanks to reforms to the taxes levied on homebuyers.
Employment is increasing, no question, but not in the professions that typically own homes, says Freddie Mac.
Slightly higher interest rates brought total loan application volume down 9 percent last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.
Joan Rivers' lavish New York City apartment is on the market. It's as candid and colorful as the late comedian.
Hong Kong's property sector may face dire predictions of a crash, but that wouldn't be an Armageddon scenario for the economy, analysts said.
Weaker foreign currencies are curbing global buyers who once snapped up luxury residences in South Florida.
Rampant foreclosures slashed home prices in half, but investor demand sent them right back up again. Guess who got priced out?
Now you can estimate your mortgage payments with Google.
The proposed SkyRise tower in Miami is luring investors from abroad with the promise of U.S. citizenship.
Mortgage activity took a slight breather last week, but applications for government-backed loans are on a tear.
John Symond, executive chairman of Aussie Home Loans, says Tuesday's rate cut will intensify competition in Australia's mortgage sector, as banks feel comfortable bolstering their loan book with home loans.
U.S. home values rose at a modest pace in December, a sign there are too few potential buyers to bid up prices.
Standard & Poor's reached a deal with California's public pension system to resolve a case involving inflated grades of residential mortgage deals.
Housing shocker! More than a third of Americans don't know their mortgage interest rates. Details, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
Bankrate.com surveyed a national sample of 1,000 adults and found that 35 percent did not know their mortgage interest rate.