After a decade-long rally in Hong Kong, growing mortgage costs may finally deflate the city's housing bubble, The Financial Times reports.
More price cuts are cropping up on U.S. housing markets listings than a year ago. This signals a turn in the market, which has been largely a seller's market for the past few years.
Mortgage interest rates ticked lower last week, but that wasn't enough to entice homebuyers, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Homeownership among millenials is lower than their parents and grandparents.
Soaring prices are sapping mortgage demand. In June, home prices rose 6.8 percent from a year ago, according to CoreLogic.
Approximately 400 Wells Fargo customers lost their homes after a software glitch denied them the ability to modify their mortgages, the San Francisco Business Times reports.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch lowers its rating to neutral from buy for Zillow shares, citing increasing concerns over its business model shift to home selling and mortgage lending.
"We decided many years ago that we wanted to be entirely debt-free by the age of 40."
The Seattle housing market has benefited greatly from strong Chinese buyer demand, but now weakness in the Chinese yuan, as well as tighter restrictions on money leaving China, are cutting into that demand.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on mortgage applications falling as interest rates rise and housing prices remain high.
The Fed pointed to more rate increases before the end of the year. Here's what you should do about that.
Housing demand has been very strong, but red-hot home prices, combined with higher mortgage rates, are finally taking their toll on affordability and demand. Housing demand in June fell by the biggest margin since April 2016.
Total mortgage application volume slipped 2.5 percent last week from the previous week.
A historic town in Maryland, barely a blip on the map, is a blueprint for developing disaster: real estate development in the face of increasingly wet weather.
From living on an all fast-food diet to cutting communication with friends and family, these are the surprising things people are willing to do in exchange for their dream home.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose 0.9 percent in June but were still 2.5 percent lower compared to a year ago. Pending home sales have been down annually for six straight months.
The first-time homeowner is changing. "People feel fine purchasing a home without a ring."
Ellie Mae reported an increased number of closed loan applications in its second-quarter earnings despite the current housing shortage.
Compass brokerage is ready to disrupt the classic "for sale" sign with a high-tech, interactive model that will be available to its 5,000 agents
Bernard Byrne speaks about the Irish lender's latest results.