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.
A strong monthly employment report also helped the rise in mortgage applications, which jumped 1.2 percent last week.
A popular and controversial program that trades green cards for foreign investment in U.S. real estate is set to expire. Will it be renewed?
The big players are consolidating, which could make the stocks of those left standing potentially more attractive.
Rates are now higher than a month ago, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
The U.S.'s overall negative home equity rate fell to 13.4 percent of homeowners with a mortgage, down from 14.4 percent in the second quarter.
Apartment owners are increasingly getting fed up with the glut of packages arriving at their buildings from online orders, saying it costs them alot.
Total homes sales next year are expected to reach the highest levels since 2006, realtor.com says.
Mortgage interest rates haven't moved much, and that's taking its toll on borrowers who wish to refinance.
Jonathan Smoke, Realtor.com chief economist, discusses the results of a new report which shows who is buying homes and where the hottest markets are located.
High prices and low inventory left the number of signed contracts to buy existing homes flat in October.
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.
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