Real Estate


  • These celebrity couples have houses that range from a young couple’s $2.5 million “starter” to a $43.5 million mega-mansion.

  • Housing will not be an "exciting market" over the next five years, Yale's Prof. Robert Shiller told CNBC.

  • The Spot Experience

    Some apartment buildings are wooing pet owners with rooftop dog parks, "Yappy Hours" and even spas that offer "paw-dicures."

  • Time to Get Enthusiastic About Real Estate?

    Robert Shiller, Yale University professor, provides and outlook on housing and discusses whether there's a bubble forming in the farmland.

  • Surge In New Home Equity Lines

    Home prices are rising, and at the end of 2012, there was a surge in new home equity lines of credit, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • While prudent borrowers are using extra cash to pay down debt, many are either forgoing the savings to shorten the term of the loan, or spending it.

  • Nearly 11 million borrowers are underwater on their mortgages, and yet home equity lines of credit are suddenly on the rise again.

  • Real Estate Show Stoppers at Pebble Beach

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports real estate at one of the country's most expensive golf resorts is selling at a premium and sales are on the rise.

  • The Grey Gardens home in East Hampton, New York.

    Grey Gardens owner Sally Quinn discusses her restored former ruin, home to relatives of Jackie O, and its ghosts.

  • Long after the housing crash, wealthy homeowners are challenging what they perceive as overly high tax assessments of their properties.

  • January 4, 2013 Gold/Silver Production (2)

    So long as central banks around the world continue to print money, the price of gold and silver will likely push higher, Silver Wheaton CEO Randy Smallwood said Thursday on CNBC.

  • Power House: Denver, Colorado

    Assessing the housing market in Denver, Colorado, with Larry Hotz, Kentwood Company. This week's "power house" costs $1,795,000.

  • Prologis may own big industrial warehouses, but it will benefit from a recovery in the U.S. housing market, chairman Hamid Moghadam told CNBC on Wednesday.

  • The housing recovery continues. Residential construction is strong, but the commercial business is still spotty.

  • The divide between new and existing home prices is wider than ever and as one analyst notes, "The only people who can buy are people who are very well off, so that's created a positive mix shift."

  • 4 ways to pay off your mortgage earlier

    Applications for U.S. home mortgages rose last week even as interest rates climbed, while refinancing demand accounted for a slightly smaller proportion of total activity, an industry group said on Wednesday.

  • Taking the Pulse of Real Estate & Jobs

    Colorado Rockies owner, Linda Alvarado, Alvarado Construction Company president & CEO, makes her pitch on jobs, construction, the economy and the business of baseball.

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    Equity market valuation has very little to do with "fair value". The sentiment only needs to be faintly positive and start somewhere, and the orthodox supply-demand relationship goes out the window. Follow the herd, writes Moorad Choudhry.

  • U.S. home prices are suddenly soaring again and raising some serious red flags.

  • Olick: 2013's Best and Worst Foreclosure Deals

    After improving in 2011, foreclosures ramped up again in 2012, and will likely continue to rise as banks clear out backlogs of distressed loans. More than half of the top 200 U.S. housing markets saw foreclosure numbers rise, according to a new report from RealtyTrac, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

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  • Diana Olick

    Diana Olick serves as CNBC's real estate correspondent as well as the editor of the Realty Check section on

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