Five Point, a California real-estate firm backed by the nation's second-biggest homebuilder, raises $294 million in its IPO.
Remodeling your home shouldn't break your bank.
Emile Haddad, Five Point CEO, and Stuart Miller, Lennar CEO, discuss the road to IPO for Lennar spin-off, Five Point Holdings, as well as Chinese real estate investments.
Sales of $100 million homes hit a record last year, although a growing number are piling up unsold in 2017, according to a new report.
Bormida is offering a lump sum of $2,170 to anyone who agrees to move there.
The gains are slow and small, but mortgage volume is beginning to improve again, as more homebuyers sign on the dotted line.
A remote village in Italy is promising cheap rent in a lump sum of $2,170 to anyone who agrees to move there in a bid to boost its dwindling population.
Australia’s long-suffering wanna-be homebuyers were likely to be disappointed by the budget's housing affordability measures, analysts said.
Measures introduced in the budget to address housing supply will unlikely have much of an impact, says John Flavell, CEO of Mortgage Choice.
Australia's former deputy prime minister Wayne Swan says the federal budget should have sought to reform negative gearing and the capital gains tax.
To attract millennial homebuyers, more banks and mortgage lenders are offering credit-card perks to customers who take out mortgages.
Michael Sonnedfeldt, founder of Tiger 21, discusses significant moves in investing in real estate.
Beyond real estate, your home location could influence your mental health, U.S. News reports.
"We now have 40,000 customers that don't actually rent any space from us," said Marcus Moufarrige, COO of Servcorp.
The Kushner family's investments in China are another example of the conflicts of interest in the new presidential administration, N.Y. Times reports.
A former White House ethics advisor told NBC News that a sales pitch from Jared Kushner's sister to potential Chinese investors came close to soliciting a bribe.
Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments and "Am I Being Too Subtle?" author, talks about his company's shift in strategy.
Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments and "Am I Being Too Subtle?" author, shares his thoughts on virtual offices, and explains why he is much more of a seller than a buyer in this market.
Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments and "Am I Being Too Subtle?" author, shares his thoughts on how geopolitical events are impacting the economy, and why he is more optimistic about businesses with Trump in the White House.
Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments and "Am I Being Too Subtle?" author, provides insight to the political landscape, the economy and U.S. businesses.