Applications increase by 7.3% following The Fed raising interest rates
Borrowers wasted no time to submit mortgage applications last week.
Redfin Chief Economist Nela Richardson discusses housing headwinds and the health of U.S. homebuyers.
More home lenders are reporting easing credit standards, according to Fannie Mae, and they expect standards to ease rather than tighten in the near future.
The housing market shouldn't necessarily worry; indeed, the move might even be a good thing.
Home prices may be rising but the market still hasn't peaked, says this former Bravo "Million Dollar Listing" star. Plus, the best month to buy.
The Fed's quarter-point hike doesn't mean the average 30-year fixed mortgage will be a quarter point higher.
There's a three to six month window before mortgage rates move appreciably higher, Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson tells CNBC.
We don't believe mortgage rates will ratchet up any time soon, says William Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, weighing in on how the Fed's rate hike is likely to impact home buyers.
Theodore Tozer, Ginnie Mae president, weighs in on how an interest rate hike could impact housing and mortgages. And Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute, weighs in.
Mortgage rates didn't move last week, but more borrowers made applications to refinance their home loans, possibly worried that rates will move higher.
Confidence among U.S. home builders took an unexpected step backward in December, as fewer potential buyers toured their properties.
If the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates this Wednesday, consumers want to know how the move affects mortgage rates. CNBC's Diana Olick has the details.
CNBC's Diana Olick, provides insight to the impact of an interest rate hike on federal funds and whether it will likely effect mortgages.
RBC Homebuilding Analyst Bob Wetenhall lists his top picks in the space for 2016.
"No money down" home loans are creeping back up in San Francisco, years after trouble in loans sparked the financial crisis, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Minneapolis housing would usually be in a freeze by now, but buyers signed nearly 16 percent more contracts to buy homes in November vs. last year.
The San Francisco Federal Credit Union this week started offering a $2 million mortgage ... with no down payment required.
Warren Buffett disclosed an 8.02 percent stake in Seritage Growth Properties , a real estate trust created by retailer Sears Holdings.
A quarter of all renters, or 11.4 million people, now pay half their incomes on those monthly bills, according to a new study.
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