CNBC's Diana Olick provides the latest read on the housing market as refinancing and new purchase applications fall.
Higher housing costs have borrowers searching for the best deals on home loans.
Starter homebuyers are feeling it the hardest, says Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia chief economist, talking about the housing shortage in the U.S.
Michael Fierman, co-founder CEO of Angel Oak Capital, speaks to CNBC about the return of mortgage-backed securities.
Remember the sliced and diced mortgage-backed bonds that brought down the U.S. economy? They're back — but possibly evolved.
With owners flipping property at a brisk pace, an expert explains to CNBC why inspections won't guarantee a clean bill of health.
It's cold outside, but hot indoors, as housing experts say this might be the best time to sell (and a good time to buy).
Ben Carson on Thursday touted a program that President Donald Trump's budget aims to obliterate.
“To come in and blatantly eliminate these programs because you're trying to meet a budget number … it’s actually alarming,” one insider says.
The nation's home builders couldn't be happier with President Donald Trump's first move to remove strict environmental rules.
Bill Emerson, Rock Holdings vice chair, provides insight to the housing market as mortgage rates begin to move up.
Mortgage interest rates moved to the highest level since 2014.
Riskier borrowers are making up a growing share of new mortgages, pushing up delinquencies modestly and raising concerns about an eventual spike in defaults. USAToday reports.
For more unsuspecting buyers, that move-in-ready dream home can quickly flip into a nightmare.
Sanjiv Das, Caliber Home Loans CEO, talks to CNBC's Diana Olick about his company's 200% loan growth and the rise of "riskier" mortgages.
Homebuyers are also increasingly choosing adjustable-rate mortgages, hoping to save a few more dollars on the monthly payment.
A monthly sentiment index from Fannie Mae rose to the highest level since 2011, thanks to a surprising surge from millennials.
The volume of home equity lines of credit is now up 21 percent in the past two years, according to Moody's.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how rising home prices have some homeowners pulling equity out of their houses but an overheated market could create an environment ripe for a correction.
Asia’s property investors are turning wary on fresh investments as they eye whether rates head higher, an investor survey from CBRE found.
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