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CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how the increased risk of wildfires and disaster is a risk to homebuilders. Olick looks at the new ideas in home construction that help houses become wildfire resistant.
A slight rise in interest rates caused a pullback in mortgage demand last week.
Fred Glick, Arrivva CEO, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the spring housing market and what housing data could mean for the future of the market.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes rose to a seven-month high in December, but November's outsized jump was revised lower, pointing to continued weakness in the housing market.
Home prices in January rose at the slowest pace in nearly seven years, but buyers shouldn't feel too confident.
Dan Flanigan of Polsinelli says Chinese investors are missing a "very good deal" in U.S. real estate because of capital controls.
Trade uncertainties have weighed on property investors' sentiments in Hong Kong, pushing some to consider residential properties as far-flung as the U.S. and the U.K., according to industry experts.
Millennials have been slow to enter the ranks of homeowners, thanks to the last recession and the housing crash that caused it. Now, as they age into marriage and parenthood, they are buying at a faster pace. Many, however, are regretting it.
The supply of homes for sale is finally rising, but fewer buyers are able to afford these homes, and that could result in a much slower spring market.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down pending home sales data for the month of January, which were estimated to be a rise of 0.8 percent.
Pending home sales increased 4.6 percent in January compared with December, according to a monthly survey from the National Association of Realtors. Contracts, however, were still 2.3 percent lower compared with a year ago.
Mortgage application volume increased 5.3 percent last week from the previous week and was 0.4 percent higher than a year ago, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.
Chinese investors are keeping unchanged or even reducing the amount of money they allocate for overseas property purchases as they continue to struggle to get money out of the country.
Jim Cramer says "if we are talking about just any old retailer, I would say it's time to sell. A miss is a miss. But Home Depot is different."
Jim Cramer says "we're no longer fighting the Fed ... So don't be misled by data from the fourth quarter when Jerome Powell was still stock market enemy number one."
Peter Keith of Piper Jaffray joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss why the firm has a hold rating on Home Depot's stock despite the company's earnings miss.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman to discuss the latest housing market numbers and trends.
Home Depot said Tuesday that the company is seeing slower growth in housing as concern about a cooling market grows.
CNBC's Rick Santelli, Steve Liesman and Dana Olick break down the December housing numbers, including housing starts and building permits.
A decline in interest rates in the fourth quarter wasn't enough to offset the impact of rising prices on home sales.