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The surge in rental prices has eased a bit in recent months, but the forces driving rents higher remain in place.
After sitting tight for four straight months, confidence among U.S. homebuilders improved in June.
Economic concerns pushed mortgage rates to lows not seen since early 2015, but that did nothing to spur homebuyers.
CBRE Group ranked the top prime office markets by occupancy costs, which includes rent, local taxes and service charges. Here they are.
Seventy-one percent of non-homeowners with student loan debt said the burden of monthly payments was keeping them from buying a home, a survey says.
A "mini-version" of the White House located inside the U.S. Embassy's security zone in central London is on sale for £2.5 million ($3.6 million).
Mortgage rates may be hovering near record lows, but it's not enough to counter still rising prices in many of the U.S.'s largest housing markets.
Quontic Bank, an FDIC-insured community lender, is offering "Lite Doc" loans, requiring only job verification and two months of bank statements.
After cooling off in 2014, home flipping is on the rise again — its share of all home sales up 20 percent in the first three months of this year.
The 2016 hurricane season has begun, and a report says rebuilding after damaging storm surges this year could cost more than $1.5 trillion.
Applications to refinance a loan and to purchase a home fell last week, as interest rates maintained a slow climb.
Thousands of offerings, from cardio to core, back to butt, are now in demand and on-demand, streaming through smart TVs, tablets and laptops.
The nation's largest lender, Wells Fargo, is offering a new mortgage with a 3 percent down payment requirement. What gives?
Slightly higher mortgage rates did not deter homebuyers looking for a loan last week.
The number of listings continues to drop as demand outstrips supply and potential sellers bow out, fearing they won't find something else to buy.uy.
Sam Zell said he's investing less today because he sees fewer opportunities and selling more because he doesn't get buyers' optimism.
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