Home prices are higher at virtually every price point, but the gains are biggest at the low end where demand is highest.
Powerful tech companies are gobbling up land in California that once belonged to low-income residents, Financial Times reports.
Both homeowners and homebuyers seem unimpressed by the lowest mortgage interest rates of the year.
The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren't downsizing as they used to — it's getting too expensive.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the latest read for existing home sales.
Prices for car park spaces might have risen more than secondary homes in the past 12 years, but yields on parking space are only at 2 percent now, says Denis Ma of JLL.
Alan Rifkin, BTIG, and Liz Dunn, Pro4ma, debate how to buy into housing stocks, through home improvement or furnishings.
Sales dropped 9.4 percent in July compared to June, according to the U.S. Census.
What's driving real estate "is our sense of where we're going and the uncertainty" with the new administration, Robert Shiller said.
Robert Shiller, Yale University economics professor and Case-Shiller Index co-founder, discusses whether the mortgage interest deduction is at risk for home buyers.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on new home sales.
The cost of housing is rising at a fast clip, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the market for newly built homes.
U.S. homebuilders bounced back from recent funk, as current sales and sales expectations leaped forward.
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.
Chinese policymakers oppose "irrational" overseas real estate buys, but they have not stopped all transactions, notes Nicholas Holt, Asia-Pacific head of Research, Knight Frank.
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 real estate industry cheered news of Amazon getting into brick and mortar, but worry has picked up concerning what will happen to existing supermarket chains.
Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley discusses Washington's tax plan, including capping the mortgage interest deduction.