CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the Department of Housing and Urban Development filing a complaint against Facebook for violating the Fair Housing Act by allowing landlords and home sellers to use its advertising platform to engage in housing discrimination.
After a decade-long rally in Hong Kong, growing mortgage costs may finally deflate the city's housing bubble, The Financial Times reports.
Ada Wong from Champion REIT says "keen demand" for office spaces will remain because there's no new supply in the near term, at least until 2023.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on homebuyers gaining negotiating power as more listings see price cuts.
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.
Stocks of major home construction companies fell on Wednesday, beleaguered by a slump in U.S. equity trading and a decline in homebuilder sentiment.
While sentiment is still relatively high, builders are increasingly concerned over rising home prices and material costs.
Mortgage interest rates ticked lower last week, but that wasn't enough to entice homebuyers, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Stock market volatility could have led to more people to invest in real estate, which explain why house prices in China have increased, says David Ji of Knight Frank.
US fans of Guinness won't have to travel to Ireland to indulge in a fresh pint: Guinness just opened a $90 million brewery in Baltimore, USA Today reports.
Millions of Americans live in flood zones and the damage can be devastating — especially without insurance, Bankrate reports. Here' are 5 things you should know.
A new report from real estate firm NeighborhoodX reveals New York City is the most expensive place to buy in the country on a per square foot basis.
Diana Olick analyzes a report by the National Association of Home Builders that reveals the trend of decreasing affordability in the U.S. housing market.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the state of housing as affordability weakens.
The number of millennial homeowners has fallen sharply since 2000 — a surprising statistic given that the economy has since recovered from the great recession, Bankrate reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the increasing amount of online rental scams.
As the popularity of renting rises against buying single-family homes, so does the risk of being scammed.
Real estate companies have admitted that a slowdown in sales has affected their profits.
Born online, Casper opened its first permanent store, in New York, earlier this year.
If you are worried your nest egg will come up short, there are a range of real estate plays that could boost your retirement income and put you over the finish line. Here is an overview of the opportunities — and some of the risks — involved.