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This week's Power House is "Grey Gardens" in the Hamptons, newly restored and up for sale.
Two institutional landlords dealt with hundreds of damaged homes and displaced tenants after Hurricane Harvey.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how Houston rental properties are helping victims of Hurricane Harvey.
After Hurricane Irma, most tourism-related enterprises in Florida hope to be back in business by Oct. 1, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on existing home sales in August.
Applications to refinance a home loan and purchase a home fall sharply.
A group of real estate agents who colluded to raise fees in southwest England has been fined £370,084 ($500,620) by competition authorities.
Attom Data Solutions' Daren Blomquist says recent hurricanes are expected to cause a dip in home sales in the U.S., as well as potentially weigh on home prices.
The ultra-wealthy are allocating more of their money to equities and less to hedge funds and real estate, a survey found.
With property sales in Hong Kong likely to slow, investors should turn to blue chip stocks, says Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities Group.
Camden Property Trust has seen a "total transformation" of its business since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, its CEO told CNBC on Tuesday.
CNBC's Diana Olick speaks with Richard Campo, Camden Property Trust CEO, about how his company is helping homeowners affected by Hurricane Harvey.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on Hurricane Harvey's impact on housing in the devastated areas.
Trump's alleged hotel deals were false starts, fizzled-out partnerships and, often, there were no signs of deals at all, ProPublica reports.
The proposal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during his presidential election was "solely a real estate deal and nothing more," says Pres. Trump's lawyer.
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