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Robert Frank gives us a tour of a mega mansion in Bel Air, California where a wealthy Hollywood doctor is having trouble finding investors and lenders to help buy or rent his luxurious home.
What can we expect in the housing market in the upcoming months? We speak with Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist at First American Financial, with her thoughts.
In October 2018, Category 5 Hurricane Michael ripped through a small beach town in Florida…but there was one home that was left relatively unscathed in the aftermath and it’s making an impression on homeowners and builders. Diana Olick reports from this fortified home.
In the latest housing report, sales of existing homes declined in April, even though there was a pull back in mortgage rates as well as seeing an increase in the supply for homes for sale. Diana Olick breaks it all down for us.
A sizable drop in mortgage interest rates didn’t do much to help home sales in April, as high prices and tight supply at the low end of the market continued to sideline buyers.
Diana Olick reports on the mixed housing data and what it means for buyers and sellers in the market.
The nation’s homebuilders are reporting a rebound in sales, and that’s making them more optimistic about the housing market.
There are new apartments created with the focus on energy efficiency using the latest technology. Diana Olick has more from Southern California.
Home prices are less heated this spring, but the largest metropolitan markets are still overpriced.
Millennials are now increasingly moving to smaller cities. Why is that and which cities are they migrating to? Diana Olick reports.
With the Spring season here, many folks from around the country may be looking to buy a new home. The new housing numbers are out which includes the home sales and 30-year fixed mortgage rates. Diana Olick breaks it all down for us.
House shoppers signed 3.8% more contracts to buy existing homes in March compared with February, according to the National Association of Realtors’ pending home sales index. That was higher than analysts had expected.
Diana Olick is in Greenwich, Connecticut where real estate agents and homeowners there are having problems selling their high-end luxury homes.
Diana Olick reports on how some Louisiana residential communities are dealing with extreme rainfall and chronic flooding.
A turnaround in interest rates turned borrowers back on their heels last week, deflating a quick boom in refinance demand.