The volume of home equity lines of credit is now up 21 percent in the past two years, according to Moody's.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how rising home prices have some homeowners pulling equity out of their houses but an overheated market could create an environment ripe for a correction.
Asia’s property investors are turning wary on fresh investments as they eye whether rates head higher, an investor survey from CBRE found.
Homes sell fastest during these two weeks, according to a new survey by Zillow.
Congratulations on closing on your new home! Here are a few things other buyers wished they had done differently.
Mortgage rates are higher than they were a year ago, but they did fall enough last week to bring borrowers back to the market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports a dip in mortgage rates was enough to bring borrowers back to the market.
"All signs are showing that homes this spring will be much less affordable than last year," warns one real estate economist.
Higher mortgage rates and near record low supply resulted in disappointing home sales to start the year.
In local markets across the nation, there are too few listings to meet the strong buyer demand.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest data on housing.
The refinance share of mortgage activity fell to 46 percent of total applications, the lowest level since November 2008.
Deregulation plans by President Trump could possibly re-shape the mortgage landscape and affect nonbank lenders. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
If the Trump administration deregulates big banks, nonbank lenders may face more competition in the mortgage market.
Josh Rosner, Graham Fisher & Company, provides insight to the housing market and why big banks are unlikely to get back into the mortgage lending businesses.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at possible changes in the mortgage market if the Trump administration loosens regulations on big banks.
Sales from builder Toll Brothers might signal cheaper Manhattan condos.
A troublesome signal just appeared in the housing market and could put taxpayers at risk. CNBC's Diana Olick reports the details.
After a sharp jump following the presidential election, confidence among U.S. home builders continued its slide in February.
Trump froze a move that could have saved some lower-income borrowers money, prompting criticism that it was too cautious and burdensome.
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