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Confidence among the nation's home builders held steady in March.
CNBC goes to four cities, highlights two properties in each: One a million dollar rental and one a million dollar buy. Which comes out on top?
Commercial real estate had a banner year in 2015, but there's a catch that could cool the market quickly.
Millennials are buying less in cities and turning their interests to the suburbs, according to the National Association of Realtors.
The U.K.’s upcoming vote on whether to remain in the European Union or go it alone could hit the housing market - particularly in super-expensive London.
A growing divide in the mortgage market has emerged between refinance applications and those needed to purchase a home.
Nearly 7 million homeowners are paying more than they have to by not opting to refinance their mortgages.
Nearly 180,000 family homes and condos were flipped in 2015, according to RealtyTrac, the highest level in 10 years.
Dig deeper into the monthly jobs numbers, and you hit a pretty negative one: Wage growth, or lack of it. Here's how it hits housing.
Low mortgage rates are no longer a novelty, hence no longer a sudden incentive for mortgage borrowers.
Rampant volatility in the stock market is showing up in high-end housing. But as with all things real estate, the impact depends on location.
A new study from Trulia shows how homeowners in the 12 Super Tuesday states have fared since the last election and what that might mean for the vote.
A very slight inch higher in interest rates caused a more than slight drop in mortgage application volume.
Despite three years of a solid recovery in home prices, a surprising number of homeowners don't realize what they've gained, says loanDepot.
Since the crash, house flipping has remained pretty stable overall ... with two very glaring exceptions. Read where houses are being churned.
Applications to refinance mortgages are now at the highest level in over a year.
Higher costs for land and labor are casting an even bigger chill over homebuilders than the brutal February weather plaguing much of the nation.
Presidents Day weekend is the traditional start of the spring housing market, but buyers may not have a whole lot to choose from.
As investors flood the U.S. bond market, mortgage rates could hit a new low, just in time for spring buying season.
As technology stocks slide, real estate agents say the clamor for high-end homes in San Francisco has quieted.
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