Hurricane Irma is poised to overshadow the residential destruction of Hurricane Andrew because there is so much more for it to destroy.
Apichart Chutrakul, CEO of Sansiri, says the property developer is launching its Taka Haus development as the economy picks up in Thailand.
Chicago, Baltimore, Nashville, New York City and other cities are already plugging themselves as candidates.
Amazon has yet to confirm a location for its second base, although it said it prefers cities or suburban locations with more than 1 million people.
As Hurricane Irma approaches, Florida's most valuable properties are especially vulnerable, N.Y. Times reports
Even the smoke is making air unhealthy for cities hundreds of miles away, Curbed reports.
James Thomson, Buy Box Experts partner and former Amazon head of services, discusses Amazon's announcement that it is looking for a location for a second headquarters in North America.
As Hurricane Irma approaches, Florida's newest and most valuable properties are especially vulnerable, N.Y. Times reports.
Investors from around the globe have taken advantage of a weaker pound since the Brexit referendum to buy into London commercial real estate, says Chris Brett, executive director and head of International Capital Markets, CBRE EMEA.
Total mortgage application volume increased 3.3 percent, from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
British entrepreneur and parliamentarian Michelle Mone has defended her billionaire boyfriend over his links to an alleged £13 million ($16.9 million) tax avoidance scheme.
Demand for Grade A office space by Chinese companies is driving a healthy supply-demand dynamic in Hong Kong, says Keith Wu, CEO and executive director, Sunlight REIT.
Applications to refinance fell 2 percent for the week and are down 41 percent from a year ago.
A 250 million pound ($325 million) luxury development has launched in Dubai — and the people behind it don't mind if you pay in bitcoin.
Prices are soaring, and incomes are not keeping pace.
Barclays research is predicting that Hurricane Irma's insured damage in Florida could top that inflicted by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Stock prices of Florida home insurers plunge after Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 5 storm.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest on the salary you’ll need to be a home buyer this fall.
The odds were stacked against them, at more than 300 to 1. But in a property market as hot as Hong Kong's that wasn't enough to stop some 1,300 home seekers queuing for a chance to get their hands on just four flats in Parc City, Tsuen Wan.
When tenants put their homes up on Airbnb illegally, homeowners rack up thousands in fines from cities and homeowner's associations.