A slight decrease in mortgage interest rates last week helped put some energy back into the market.
Rising mortgage rates, bigger jumps in home prices and still-moderate income growth are adding up to a triple threat for the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports homes are now the least affordable they've been in seven years and it's getting worse.
The RBA held interest rates steady on Tuesday, with the statement likely signaling the central bank will remain on hold for some time.
The trend of buying a fixer-upper, making some repairs and "flipping" to a new buyer is making a return, an expert tells CNBC.
Blackstone's Invitation Homes opened slightly higher than its IPO price on Wednesday morning.
A new study is out showing which cities have the best bargains for rents, and which are budget killers.
Mortgage applications were hurt by a 13 percent drop in FHA applications, a direct result of a Trump administration move.
The S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index saw the highest year-over-year gains in Seattle, Portland, and Denver.
The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the homebuilders space with the XHB sinking more than 1 percent, posting its worst day in more than a month.
A Trump factor? Searches coming from Russia topped the list of international interest in the website of the Miami Association of Realtors.
Despite a sharp rise in interest rates after the election, pending home sales were up in December.
Citigroup said it would speed up the transformation of its U.S. mortgage business by effectively exiting servicing operations by the end of 2018.
New Trump administration policy, and reaction to that policy, have made borrowing costs more expensive for homebuyers.
A long slump in Singapore's retail, residential and office property markets shows no signs of ending soon.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the details on the latest read on new home sales.
Here's why it makes sense to pay off your mortgage before you retire.
Fannie Mae will back $1 billion in debt collateralized by rental homes at Blackstone.
Mortgage rates moved solidly higher last week, but lenders saw no letup in loan demand.
At the current sales pace, it would take only about three and a half months to exhaust the supply of homes.
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