Homebuyers retreated in August, unenthused by the meager supply of homes for sale and by accelerating prices. » Read More
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.
Home equity is back, and headed for the bathroom, or the kitchen or the garage, or wherever today's homeowners see the greatest returns.
A vast luxury property in London's Admiralty Arch, overlooking Buckingham Palace, could sell for up to $197 million, say media reports.
Monetary stimulus may be needed to prevent a slump in U.K. construction following the Brexit vote.
The Brexit vote may have less impact on the country’s residential property market than the hike to stamp duty introduced in April.
Realtors are incorporating "Pokemon Go" features into ads to help sell houses. Will buyers respond?
A new survey is showing weaker traffic at open houses and less interest in taking on a mortgage, as worries increase about student debt loads.
After a week of woes for UK commercial property funds, analysts and industry experts have pointed to a flaw in the design of these funds.
The appetite for U.S. real estate continues to flourish, but international buyers are shifting their sights from luxury to less-pricey properties.
A Brexit bonus is spurring U.S. homeowners to refinance their mortgages.
Low interest rates will mean short-term pain for some of the largest mortgage servicers as well as investors in mortgage-backed securities..
After hitting record highs in 2015, rents grew at an annual rate of 3.7 percent in the second quarter versus 5.1 percent a year earlier.
B2R, a mortgage company owned by Blackstone Group, just began offering mortgages for investors that require nothing of the borrower.
The final push of the spring housing season turned out weaker than expected. Signed contracts to buy existing homes fell 3.7 percent in May.
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