CNBC reporter Diana Olick has answers on what higher interest rates could mean for the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the affordability issues in the rental markets.
Concerns mount about an overbuilt luxury market and a shortage of affordable rental housing.
Jay Farner, Quicken Loans CEO, discusses where he sees the biggest risks to housing as interest rates rise ahead of the spring buying season. Seventy-percent of people reaching out to us are first time homebuyers, says Farner.
U.S. homebuilding increased to more than a one-year high in January, boosted by a rebound in the construction of single-family housing units.
Mike Fratantoni, Chief Economist for the Mortgage Bankers Association, gives his take on low inventory and growing rates in the housing market.
Japanese pachinko king Kazuo Okada's lawsuit could add to the company's woes.
It's easy to pay for nearly anything with credit cards but here are six expenses to never pay for with plastic, according to Experian.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on homebuilder sentiment form the National Association of Home Builders.
Tax cuts are still making homebuilders feel better, even as rates rise to the highest level in more than four years.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest data on housing as interest rates creep higher.
Buying a home is emotional enough. Add a 1,000-plus point drop in the stock market and suddenly buyers really start to sweat.
Airbnb claims that hosts in South Korea's Gangwon province were predicted to earn $2.1 million during the Winter Olympics.
Trump properties in New York and Florida offered 144 seasonal positions from 2016 to 2017 but only one went to a US worker, reports Vox.
Today's home shoppers say it's taking a long time to find a house they can afford.
The global economic recovery has boosted real estate investment prospects in Asia, says Priyaranjan Kumar of Cushman & Wakefield.
A 5 percent rate would cause more than a quarter of today's homebuyers to slow their plans and housing affordability is starting to take a hit.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on mortgage rates rising into the tough spring housing market.
Wells Fargo has made missteps in its efforts to make amends to customers who were forced to buy unneeded auto insurance.
Mortgage rates are at their highest level in four years and could move higher this week, just as the spring housing market kicks into gear.
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