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What's driving real estate "is our sense of where we're going and the uncertainty" with the new administration, Robert Shiller said.
Newly built homes are more expensive than they've ever been before. That's why sales are suffering.
Kenneth Zener, KeyBanc Capital Markets, weighs in on the health of the housing markets and home builder sentiment.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the Mortgage Bankers Association's latest data on home financing.
Both homeowners and homebuyers seem unimpressed by the lowest mortgage interest rates of the year.
Making changes to the popular mortgage interest rate deduction would be "very bad policy," Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley told CNBC on Tuesday.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says Lowe's may be in trouble as it feels pressure from two external forces: Amazon and the possibility of rising interest rates.
The mortgage interest tax deduction has long been considered politically untouchable — until now, that is.
Doug Yearley, Toll Brothers CEO, weighs in on housing and the company's stock.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest on if the mortgage interest deduction is really in play and what a reduction in the cap may mean for homebuyers and the housing market.
Luxury real estate developer DAMAC International is building a 50-storey tower in London in partnership with Italian fashion house Versace.
U.S. luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by strong demand for its homes in an improving job market.
Adam Challis, head of residential research for EMEA at JLL, speaks about the property market in London's city center.
The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren't downsizing as they used to--it's getting too expensive.
The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren't downsizing as they used to — it's getting too expensive.
Asking prices for houses in central London slipped by around 3 percent in August, according to the U.K. property portal, Rightmove.
CNBC's Diana Olick, reports baby boomers are staying in their homes longer than previous generations and that is causing a jam in the housing market.
These 400-square-foot houses are built for accessibility and include a living room, galley kitchen as well as a bedroom.
An uptick in first-time home buyers in Sydney is a welcome sign, but demand still far outstrips supply, says Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, managing director and CEO, Mirvac.
Jim Cramer says U.S. businesses are making money because the four walls of the spreadsheet are more powerful than the four walls of the White House.
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