A definitive rise in mortgage interest rates over the last month is keeping borrowers at bay.
Google has launched Google Compare with the help of Zillow and LendingTree, for mortgages, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
A wide swath of borrowers today may be paying far too much on their home loans, simply because they are overly cautious. Why?
The tech expands its financial services by offering homebuyers a tool to compare and contrast mortgages.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at affordable alternatives to the ultra-conservative 30-year fixed home loan.
Technology behemoth Google is offering homebuyers in California the opportunity to compare and contrast mortgages.
Surges in London property prices have spurred calls the city is a bubble waiting to pop, but investors are still positive on the market.
As growth has slowed, investors have become more aware of what it actually costs to buy, hold and sell a property, with tax costs a key factor.
The author of financial best-seller "Rich Dad Poor Dad" has some unusual advice for millennials: Saving is for losers.
New mortgage closing rules are not causing the widespread disruptions in the housing market that some had predicted.
Rent growth is easing, but that does mean that things are getting any easier for the average renter.
After seeing the highest September sales pace in six years, Los Angeles housing fell into a deep sleep in October.
A count by brokerage Redfin shows home sales in October were flat when compared to a year ago, following double-digit gains in September.
CNBC's Steve Liesman digs into household debt rising by $212 billion to $12.07 trillion, and student loans at a new record.
Many people assume that most renters want to buy a home eventually. That may be, but they're not saving to do that.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on housing. And CNBC's Steve Liesman, adds perspective.
Home loan borrowers seem undeterred by the highest interest rates in five months.
China's home prices edged up a tad in October, posting the first on-year gains in more than a year.
Sentiment among U.S. home builders fell more than expected in November, with scarcity of land and labor continuing to stymie growth.
Loan Depot delayed its IPO, saying it needed a strong market to support its target price of $16-$18 per share, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
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