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.
Profit growth pressures and rising macroeconomic risks make the financial system in Australia challenging, says Andrea Jaehne at Fitch Ratings.
President Donald Trump halts his FHA insurance premium cut. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on what this means for homeowners and home buyers.
By reversing a cut to insurance on government-backed mortgages, the Trump administration may have discouraged homebuyers, say officials.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at what the hold on premium cut could mean for the real estate market in the upcoming spring buying season.
Nordea Bank CEO Casper von Koskull speaks about mortgage lending and monetary policy in Europe.
At the Senate Finance Committee hearing for his confirmation to be secretary of the Treasury Department, Steven Mnuchin answers questions about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and his position on "recap and release."
Steve Mnuchin had a highly unusual name-drop during his confirmation hearing Thursday: the Octomom.
The New York attorney general's office is investigating reverse-mortgage servicing companies, including a unit of the bank Treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin ran.
The new year brings new challenges for the homebuilding industry, specifically higher mortgage rates.
Refinance volume rose 7 percent for the week, spurred by HUD saying the FHA would lower its insurance premium by 25 basis points.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $7.2 billion in a settlement over misleading investors in residential mortgage-backed securities.
Singapore’s once-bubbly property market has been stabilizing after a slew of cooling measures, the city-state’s central bank chief said.
Small investors are getting a boost from firms using extensive data to help them become owners of rental homes in cities across the country.
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