Diana Olick, NBR, CNBC.com’s Posts

As the popularity of renting rises against buying single-family homes, so does the risk of being scammed.

The Seattle housing market has benefited greatly from strong Chinese buyer demand, but now weakness in the Chinese yuan, as well as tighter restrictions on money leaving China, are cutting into that demand.

Compass brokerage is ready to disrupt the classic “for sale” sign with a high-tech, interactive model that will be available to its 5,000 agents

The median price of a Bay Area home sold in June hit $875,000, up 12.9 percent compared with June 2017. That is the highest price on record. Annual price gains over the last six months were twice what they were a year ago.

With demand for lumber on the rise and Canadian imports falling, U.S. producers are trying to expand their businesses.

After catastrophic flooding, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is not just rethinking how to rebuild but reimagining how to live.

Billions of dollars in new development is going up in some of the riskiest locations. Some developers are putting climate resilience front and center, while others are putting their projects and investors at risk.

As gas prices move higher, potential homebuyers already squeezed by higher mortgage rates and higher home prices, may reconsider.

A sharp rise in interest rates last week meant far fewer homeowners could benefit from a mortgage refinance.

Listing your home on a certain day — and even a certain time of day — may make it sell faster and for more money.

Interest rates for home loans fell for just the third time this year, but homeowners and homebuyers weren’t impressed.

Listed at 58 million dollars with a 360 degree terrace view of Los Angeles, the 7000-square-foot penthouse in Sierra Towers has been stripped down to make it more valuable.

March home prices have surged 7 percent higher and now half of the nation’s largest housing markets are considered overvalued.

The March read on pending home sales, which measures signed contracts to buy existing homes, rose just 0.4 percent for the month and was 3 percent lower compared to a year ago. Realtors blame tight supply and weakening affordability.

Mortgage interest rates last week didn’t start to climb until the end of the week, but even a few days were enough to dampen demand.