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Five years after the housing recovery began, 5.9 million borrowers still owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.
Even with mortgage interest rates sitting near record lows, mortgage applications failed to make any gains last week.
A shortage of existing homes for sale is boosting the market for newly-built homes, and fueling confidence among builders right along with it.
Homebuilder stocks rise as strong monthly housing data fuel confidence among builders.
A larger-than-expected employment gain in July could boost the recovery in prices for luxury U.S. homes.
Despite a slowdown in tech startup funding and a hammering of public tech stocks earlier this year, Bay Area commercial real estate is as hot as ever.
Rio, a city that once lacked enough hotels and is living under Brazil's recession, has meant big opportunity for the homesharing marketplace.
Lower interest rates driven by a weak GDP reading for the second quarter boosted mortgage applications last week.
Sterling’s slump since the Brexit vote means London is no longer the world’s most expensive city for companies to locate staff, says Savills.
A slight drop in interest rates was not enough to rejuvenate the mortgage market, although refinances are still elevated.
A drop in mortgage interest rates last month following the Brexit vote has borrowers rushing back to the bank, some hoping to cash in. Here's how.
Rents are soaring and demand for apartments is historically high, but some developers are overestimating the strength of the market.
A significant bump higher in June home sales failed to materialize as expected, because buyers were met with little supply of available listings.
Interest rates are rising and so are home prices. That is putting pressure on borrowers and buyers alike.
Your home's proximity to a Pokestop or Target could draw in more buyers and fetch a better sales price.
E-commerce may be driving consumers away from shopping centers, but food is pulling them back in.
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