CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest data on housing.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest data on housing as rates begin to creep higher.
Plenty of things are scaring potential homebuyers today, but apparently interest rates aren't one of them.
One house flipper in Bethesda, Maryland, invested $1 million in the hopes of a quick sale. Here's what she was thinking.
The highest interest rates in a month are scaring consumers away from the mortgage market.
Rent growth has now been shrinking each quarter for a full year, driven largely by the high-end apartment market.
The investigation continues between the US Department of Justice and Deutsche Bank.
Rising mortgage rates, overheating home prices, nothing for sale, pre-election jitters — reasons to lose confidence in the housing market are growing.
Australia's big four banks have been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past year.
Just figuring for water damage, CoreLogic says the damage from Hurricane Matthew to homes along the coast could be extensive.
One in 10 home searches nationally are "mismatched" when you compare what the buyer wants and what is available for sale, says Trulia.
Why have so many borrowers not chosen to refinance their mortgages when rates are so low?
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at what's prompting the increase in refinancing activity.
Fears in the European banking community last week created something of a tantrum in U.S. bond markets, driving up mortgage applications.
Home prices in August surged on a monthly basis by the largest margin in 11 years. Where and why?
You've just paid up thousands on a home down payment. Here's an opportunity to save a few bucks as you close on your purchase.
William Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, discusses the impact of the Fed's next move on the housing market and the revival of downtown Detroit.
German politicians have accused the US of waging economic war against Germany over the future of Deutsche Bank, its biggest lender, The FT reports.
Homebuyers retreated in August, unenthused by the meager supply of homes for sale and by accelerating prices.
Innovative public and private efforts and new bank programs are giving housing in the Motor City new fuel.
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