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By: Diana Olick
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CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at the real returns from remodeling for homeowners choosing to renovate their houses before selling.
Lack of supply is driving home prices higher and hurting homebuyers with stagnated wages, Mike Fratantoni says.
Mike Fratantoni, Mortgage Bankers Association, provides insight to rising interest rates and what it means for the overall housing market. The major constraint to the market right now is the lack of supply, says Fratantoni.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at home remodeling projects that will deliver the greatest returns.
Although you may want to help your adult child, there are some circumstances when they are not the best investment, USA Today reports.
It can be awkward to talk about money issues like salary and debt on a first date, but experts say some couples may not be sharing the right info, or soon enough.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the surge in popularity for house flipping despite the returns on investment getting smaller.
Home Depot will donate $50 million to support trade training for veterans, soldiers, and underprivileged youth, USA Today reports.
Just over 207,000 homes were flipped in 2017, the highest in ten years.
Lack of supply and fierce competition has made flipping houses even tougher. Here’s what you need to know.
The start of the spring housing market has yet to energize the mortgage market.
"Real estate is a way out of the 'hood," said Alex Rodriguez, who is backing a Bronx project designed to help kids learn about real estate and investment.
In recent months, a growing number of tech leaders have been flirting with the idea of leaving Silicon Valley, NYT reports.
SmartAsset found that in 10 of the nation's biggest 15 cities, median income is enough for residents to afford to own the median home.
Fannie Mae chief economist Doug Duncan discusses how spiking interest rates could impact home affordability and potentially slow sales growth.
Wienerberger CEO Heimo Scheuch "expects good growth rates" in Eastern Europe.
The housing recovery appears to be making a U-turn as mortgage rates rise amid a critically low supply of homes for sale.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on pending home sales.
After rising sharply for several weeks, mortgage interest rates briefly steadied last week, and homebuyers responded.
U.S. home prices increased 6.3 percent compared with December 2016, according to the much-watched S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home prices index.
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