CNBC's Diana Olick reports that mortgage rates are at their lowest since November.
Interest rates fell to the lowest level since November, and the adjusted mortgage volume jumped accordingly, up 7.1 percent.
Even off-the-chart-demand can't put every potential buyer in a home of their own.
Two investment groups are pitching a new plan that would free the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from US government control, the FT reports.
Pending home sales had last slipped 0.8 percent in March, the National Association of Realtors reported last month.
Hilton Hotel group is testing a room that includes a miniature version of a fully-equipped gym, and they're not the only chain trying it.
If consumers can't find a home to buy, then they don't need a mortgage. That's what's likely driving the weakness in mortgage applications.
Ben Graboske, Black Knight Financial Services, discusses the surge in value and demand for housing across the country.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at the rise in home prices across the nation as average credit scores are at their highest level since 2005.
U.S. housing prices continue to grow and hit a 33-month high.
Homeowners are staying put, and higher home values also mean they have more cash to take out of their homes.
Why are home sales falling? Because there are crazy few affordable homes for sale.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the health of the housing market and real estate as the latest read on existing home sales disappoints.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports April's tally of existing home sales out later this morning could be a shocker.
Total mortgage application volume increased 4.4 percent last week.
It's the price tags of the homes for sale that are the issue.
Discussing the economic and market outlook for mortgages and housing stocks with Barbara Reinhard, Voya Investment Management senior portfolio manager & head of asset allocation, and Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel director of institutional sales and "Fast Money" trader.
As inventory drops to the lowest levels in years, Redfin's CEO says the market is getting rocked.
The New York Federal Reserve reports that household debt across the nation has surpassed the peak debt level of 2008 at $12.7 trillion.
In yet another sign of a weakening spring housing market, mortgage applications took a step back last week.
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