China's billionaire population is on the rise — and the vast majority of them are self-made, according to the latest report from Wealth-X.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the housing market in the wake of rising rates.
A severe shortage of affordable homes for sale caused a sharp and unexpected drop in January closings.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on existing home sales.
U.S. home sales unexpectedly fell for a second straight month in January.
Michael Fratantoni, Senior Vice President of Mortgage Bankers Association discusses why borrowing has slowed down because of interest rates that continue to rise.
Donald Trump Jr.'s comments appeared aimed at blunting criticism that there could be a possible conflict of interest in pushing the Trump brand name.
The numbers are getting uglier for potential homebuyers and homeowners looking to save money.
"That spirit speaks to the future potential of what this country can do," the American president's eldest son said in New Delhi.
Bob Stevenson, Janney head of real estate research, and Todd Briddell, Center Square CEO & CIO, weigh in on an article from Barron's saying REITs are a buy right now.
Here are the six things that you should never use your credit card for.
Real estate investment trust Kimco Realty is poised to be one beneficiary of Albertsons acquiring Rite Aid.
Millennials are likely to exceed their budget on housing in NYC, New York Business Journal reports.
Denver is the most challenging city in the country for first-time homebuyers, Denver Business Journal reports.
Singapore aims for more progressive spending plans, but a higher goods and services tax could be seen as regressive, says Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank.
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.
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