Central bankers from the U.S., India and Malaysia pointed to debt as a key factor holding back the global economic recovery from the financial crisis.
Rents are soaring and demand for apartments is historically high, but some developers are overestimating the strength of the market.
After rising just over a decade ago to its highest level ever, the homeownership rate fell in the second quarter to match its all-time low.
This is due to inventory, reports CNBC's Diana Olick with the latest data on housing.
A significant bump higher in June home sales failed to materialize as expected, because buyers were met with little supply of available listings.
Interest rates are rising and so are home prices. That is putting pressure on borrowers and buyers alike.
Indonesia property prices may appear set to surge amid expectations of a wave of repatriated funds, but investors should temper their expectations.
E-commerce may be driving consumers away from shopping centers, but food is pulling them back in.
Home equity is back, and headed for the bathroom, or the kitchen or the garage, or wherever today's homeowners see the greatest returns.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the refi rush is losing steam.
The rush to refinance home loans lost some steam last week, as mortgage rates lifted off their lows.
Housing starts rose more than expected, but a revision to the prior month's data pointed to a housing sector treading water in the second quarter.
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?
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