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Total mortgage application volume rose just 0.1 percent last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
U.S. home building unexpectedly fell in July as the construction of single- and multi-family homes declined.
CNBC's Rick Santelli, reports on last month's weak housing data.
So many people have already refinanced at rock-bottom rates that the pool of potential applicants is shrinking.
Mark Steinert, CEO of Stockland, discusses the Sydney and Melbourne housing markets, and the impact of regulations in the housing space in Australia.
Homes priced under $200,000 made up 44 percent of the market in 2010. Today, they are just 16 percent of new, for-sale construction, data show.
The cost of housing is rising at a fast clip, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the market for newly built homes.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on housing market sentiment from the National Association of Home Builders.
U.S. homebuilders bounced back from recent funk, as current sales and sales expectations leaped forward.
In the past 12 months, 1.5 million borrowers bought their homes with down payments of less than 10 percent, marking a seven-year high, according to Black Knight Financial
Homebuyers are opting to put less money down when purchasing their homes, increasing their risk should the housing market falter yet again.
Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group chairman & CEO, discusses the decision behind the deal creating the country's largest single-family home rental company with the merger of Starwood Waypoint and Blackstone's Invitation Homes.
Lincoln Leong, CEO of MTR Corporation, talks about the company's plans to open new rail systems and build new residential units in Hong Kong.
A drop in interest rates drives homeowners and homebuyers to the mortgage market.
Since winning the Republican nomination, President Trump's businesses have sold at least 32 luxury condos and home lots for about $20 million to shell companies that shield the identities of buyers.
Financial knowledge and preparation are crucial for millennials moving to a new place.
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