CNBC had the first cameras inside this $100 million modern mega-home called “Opus.” Boasting 20,000 square feet, "Opus" has a giant indoor swimming pool, sweeping views of LA, a spa, and theater. Plus a gold-theme including gold champagne room, gold walls and a gold Lamborghini and Rolls Royce.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the projected effects on the U.S. housing sector from the new tariff on imported Canadian lumber.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest read on new home sales, the consumer confidence index from the Conference Board and the Richmond Fed Index.
Economists polled by Thomson Reuters expected new home sales of 590,000 units in March, down 0.5 percent from last month's figure of 592,000.
The index, which measures all nine U.S. census divisions, found that nationwide home prices rose 5.8 percent year-over-year in February.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the massive buying spree in super luxury homes in Los Angeles' "platinum triangle."
The city has the land supply but lacks land that is ready to be developed, explains Nicholas Brooke of Professional Property Services Group.
The presence of more mainland developers is changing Hong Kong's market, says Ada Wong of Champion REIT.
Sentiment in the Singapore property market appears to be improving, but unsold inventory will still weigh in the short-term, a DBS executive said.
Investors are buying into Singapore because they see the future, notes Anthony Couse of Jones Lang LaSalle.
Cities that cater to people are those best positioned for the future, explains John Fitzgerald of the Urban Land Institute.
A 700 square foot, two-bedroom unit in Singapore could set residents back close to a million Singapore dollars, reports Dan Murphy.
Buyers may be able to afford purchase property one year but they could find themselves in a different situation the following year. Emily Tan reports.
Home prices have now surpassed their last peak.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at the major sellers' market as neighborhoods see fewer homes for sale.
Spring home buyers are pounding the pavement at a furious pace, but the pickings are getting ever slimmer.
House prices in London have slipped by 1.5 percent over the past year, according to Rightmove in the worst annual fall since 2009.
Inflation in Singapore came in below expectations in March, data released Monday showed, as residential rents continued to spiral lower.
Hu Baosen, chairman of Central China Real Estate, says the reason for the oversupply in property has "more to do with the products" than with the market.
Central China Real Estate's Hu Baosen said oversupply of housing units in second- and third-tier citing in China is not a bubble.
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