The plummeting stock market is giving potential homebuyers an unexpected boost, in the form of lower mortgage rates just before the long weekend.
House prices in most countries look set to keep rising this year, according to research from the Fitch ratings agency.
The sharp drop in mortgage activity over the holidays was clearly temporary.
Basically you can apply for a mortgage online in about eight minutes, says Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans chairman, talking about the launch of the company's "Rocket Mortgage" campaign.
Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans founder, discusses investing in sports tech innovation.
Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans founder, discusses investing in new technology, and weighs in on the pulse of the housing market. We haven't seen long-term rates move after the Fed hiked short-term rates, says Gilbert.
Sky-high rents and falling vacancies have characterized the U.S. apartment market for the past six years, but that is suddenly changing.
More than 5 million borrowers could qualify and benefit from a mortgage refinance, according to a new report.
The cost of borrowing offshore yuan in Hong Kong's interbank market surged Monday as the amount of spare renminbi in the banking system declined.
China nearly quadrupled its U.S. real estate play in just one year. As China's economy and stock market spiral, will that help or hurt here?
You may be losing your shirt in the stock market this week, but you could get a leg up on your home loan.
A Fed rate hike pulled mortgage demand forward, and made for a steep drop-off in the past two weeks.
If it's cheaper, they will come. That thinking has been behind a major real estate boom in Oregon. But how long can it last?
Nicholas Holt, APAC head of research at Knight Frank, says although mortgage rates in Hong Kong and Singapore will rise, the property market will still be buoyed by low real estate inventories.
How will rising interest rates and a presidential election impact your money? Two economists hash it out in a talk with CNBC.
Closed sales fell 1.7 percent in Tampa, Florida, in November compared to November 2014, as inventory declined more than 7 percent.
Warmer-than-normal temperatures across much of the nation did nothing to heat up home sales in November.
Mat Ishbia, United Wholesale Mortgage, shares his prediction on mortgage rates in 2016, and weighs in on millennials entering the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at whether the Fed's recent rate hike will likely impact mortgage rates next year.
Prices in luxury real estate dipped in the third quarter as investors fear a volatile market.
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