As home values rise, homeowners are once again tapping into their growing equity, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
China's central bank and banking regulator said they would adjust personal mortgage policy regulations for home buyers in some cities.
Homeowners are using refis to take cash out of homes, but are doing so, however, by pulling the most conservative amounts in history.
HSBC will no longer provide mortgages to some Chinese nationals who buy U.S. real estate, as Beijing battles to stem capital outflows.
A lack of homes for sale is keeping potential buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes remained essentially flat in December.
Defying expectations for the start of 2016, mortgage rates spiraled down further last week, spurring more volume in the mortgage market.
The CEO of the largest warehouse REIT in the U.S. brushed off concerns about China after reporting solid results.
By the end of this year, rents may actually rise at a slower pace than incomes in many markets, according to Zillow.
CNBC's Diana Olick highlights the growth in the entry level housing space.
Executives at the U.S.'s largest homebuilder aren't afraid to admit it: Cheap works. Its recent launch into the entry-level market is paying off.
Evercore ISI housing research analyst Stephen East talks about how interest rate hikes could impact homebuilders and what to expect from D.R. Horton.
The robust rebound in existing homes sales in December had everything to do with this.
Plowz & Mowz, an on-demand, residential plowing and mowing company founded by two college buddies, is hoping to take advantage of this winter's snowfalls.
Retail used to be a driver of downtown real estate, but restaurants and hot chefs are the new development magnets, especially for millennials.
Nathan Bell, head of research at Peters MacGregor Capital Management, says cyclical businesses that have been hit the hardest in the ongoing market slump.
Australian property prices will grow by two percent this year, compared to 8 percent in 2015, says Ben Newey, director of structured finance at Fitch Ratings.
The sell-off in the stock market was a boon to the mortgage market last week, driven by refinances.
Homebuilders may be reconsidering their bullish projections for a strong housing recovery as a monthly survey of sentiment held steady in January.
Mortgage rates are falling at the fastest pace of the year, reports CNBC's Diana Olick with a look at what's happening in the housing sector.
The plummeting stock market is giving potential homebuyers an unexpected boost, in the form of lower mortgage rates just before the long weekend.
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