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  • A Look Inside 15 Central Park West With a Former NHL Star

    15 Central Park West is one of the most exclusive buildings in Manhattan. It's been home to stars like Denzel Washington, A-Rod and Sting. In this new episode, Dolly takes a former NHL star to tour a $35,000,000 apartment in the iconic building.

  • Why Buffett's Real Estate CEO is High on Housing

    Ronald Peltier, HomeServices of America CEO, discusses his bullish outlook on real estate, and the launch of "Berkshire Hathaway Home Services."

  • Home prices, which rose more than seven percent last year, will rise 6 percent in 2013, market researcher CoreLogic predicts in a report on Monday.

  • A growing number of empty homes are not actually foreclosures. The borrowers still own them, whether they know it or not.

  • Third time lucky for some, could it be a case of seventh time lucky for Singapore,which has just unveiled its latest and most stringent measures to cool a sizzling property market, which has so far defied a slew of steps unveiled since 2009.

  • Singapore, a scene of the street

    Singapore on Friday increased a tax on foreign buyers as part of new measures to cool its housing market which has seen continued strong demand in the face of a weak economy and previous efforts to curb prices.

  • Santelli: We've Seen this Housing Movie Before!

    CNBC's Rick Santelli explains how a new government-sanctioned mortgage rule could set the stage for another setback in the housing market.

  • Housing Booms Yet Buyers Struggle to Get Mortgages: CEO

    The CFPB has new rules for home loans, but they aren't as tight as they look.

  • How Does the Fed Help My House, My Mortgage?

    As federal regulators and banks argue over new lending standards, one important fact about the housing market goes largely overlooked: More than 20 million American homeowners own their homes outright.

  • CFPB Tightens Mortgage Lending Rules

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports a U.S. consumer watchdog group has made mortgage policy changes on banks in an effort to protect borrowers from the ills of the past decade.

  • Wall Street is hitching its bullish hopes to an unlikely star, believing that real estate will lead the recovery.

  • Housing Grows, Investors Still Look to Rentals

    If housing is getting better, why would rentals be the place to invest? CNBC's Diana Olick looks at the demand and whether it is or isn't permanent.

  • Foreclosures are selling fast.

    This new asset class could offer all kinds of investors a chance to get in on an old and well-tested source of revenue.

  • No 'Full-Blown' Housing Recovery: Quicken CEO

    William Emerson, CEO of Quicken Loans, discusses where interest rates are likely headed and if now is the time to buy a home.

  • Foreclosures Plunge, but New States Now Suffer

    Ten banks will pay $8.5 billion to borrowers for so-called "robo-signing."

  • Mortgage rates

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac exacerbated the mortgage crisis and that's why the government should get out of the home loan business, former Wells Fargo CEO Richard Kovacevich told CNBC.

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    Bank of America reached a $10 billion settlement with Fannie Mae to resolve claims related to the sale and delivery of residential mortgage loans.

  • The United States dominates the list of places that global commercial real estate investors would prefer to put their money this year, while China has lost some luster and Turkey has added sparkle, according to a survey of international investors.

  • Basel III Rules Won't Change Banks' Behaviour: Pro

    Jim Walker, Founder and CEO, Asianomics says the new Basel III regulations may give banks more breathing room, but won't result in a much-needed shrinking of balance sheets.

  • The Best Housing Markets to Invest in

    Tim Murphy, Founder & CEO, IP Global says the housing recovery is underway in the U.S. He lists the company's best and worst regional picks for residential property investments.

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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 CNBC.com.

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