CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at the rise in home prices across the nation as average credit scores are at their highest level since 2005.
U.S. housing prices continue to grow and hit a 33-month high.
Wall Street investors are bent on making money from Australians' fascination with property prices, N.Y. Times reports.
The latest data released Tuesday shows that home prices continued their rise across the country over the past 12 months.
George Boubouras, Contango AM, weighs in on Altair AM's decision to sell its shares, and says most fund managers had already sold their overweight positions.
Shane Oliver, AMP Capital, says the impact of a slowdown in Australian real estate on markets means it makes sense to be overweight global shares.
There could be an oversupply in some areas, but there's unlikely to be a big downward pressure on property prices, says Angie Zigomanis, Bis Oxford Economics.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes into the home of Tommy Hilfiger's on today's Power House.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the increase of homeowners using home equity credit lines.
Homeowners are staying put, and higher home values also mean they have more cash to take out of their homes.
The world’s banks have become safer since the crisis, but economic risks have spread elsewhere, said former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan.
Despite tight capital control measures from Beijing, Miami has emerged as a safe haven for Chinese investors in the U.S.
A partnership involving a Saudi Prince could mean major renovations at the Plaza Hotel.
Within the details of the $4.1 trillion spending plan is a change in language regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is under fire for latest comments.
Businessman seeks to reward homeless man who aided victims of Manchester attack
As inventory drops to the lowest levels in years, Redfin's CEO says the market is getting rocked.
In yet another sign of a weakening spring housing market, mortgage applications took a step back last week.
Poor air quality could push back down the cost of buying a house in some areas.
Peggy Fucci, OneWorld Properties, says capital controls have not completely stopped Chinese investors from investing in U.S. real estate.
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