Mark Zuckerberg's residence is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses, according to documents.
Toll Brothers' revenue rose nearly 31 percent, as the company sold more luxury homes at higher prices, mainly in the West market and California.
American retailers already operate in more foreign countries than Asian and European retailers do, but the gap is now widening.
The housing crisis thinned the ranks of Realtors, but a new guard is signing up — younger folks who want to sell you a house.
Homesellers are hesitant to list their homes this spring because of anxiety about finding a desirable home to buy.
An increasing amount of new regulations is hurting business, say some of the nation's biggest homebuilders. Look no further than San Clemente, California.
Mortgage rates last week remained close to the lowest levels in over a year, but apparently that did not push more homebuyers to take the plunge.
Zillow surveyed housing experts to see which of the presidential candidates would be best for the housing market.
Homebuilders gathered for a conference Tuesday say their tepid pace is in response to cautious consumers in housing.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on housing and consumer prices. And CNBC's Steve Liesman and Diana Olick provide insight to the housing market.
A monthly index of sentiment by the National Association of Home Builders registered 58 yet again in May, the same as April.
Despite interest rates hitting recent lows, the number of people applying for a mortgage barely moved last week.
The definition of a "smart home" is coming under scrutiny. That is because sellers and their agents are using the term to boost sales and prices.
Forget Las Vegas and Phoenix, today's real estate investors are seeing more lucrative opportunities in less-obvious markets.
Realtor.com's ranking of booming ZIP codes is based on job growth, housing starts and household formation. Check it out.
A small tick higher for interest rates last week was enough again to hold borrowers back from applying for a mortgage.
It is the No. 1 barrier to entry for young, would-be homebuyers: credit.
After gains in the second half of 2015, the homeownership rate fell to just 63.6 percent in the first quarter of this year, says the U.S. Census Bureau.
Homebuyers stepped up their purchases in March, signing contracts to buy existing homes at the highest pace in nearly a year.
just a small gain in interest rates having an outsized effect on mortgage applications.
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