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A 38,000-square-foot mansion in Bel Air, California, is poised to become the most expensive home for sale in the U.S. at $250 million.
The new year brings new challenges for the homebuilding industry, specifically higher mortgage rates.
Small investors are getting a boost from firms using extensive data to help them become owners of rental homes in cities across the country.
CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the latest detail on mortgage applications and the housing market.
The FHA says borrowers will save an average $500 this year.
Mortgage interest rates came down slightly to end the year, but not enough to end the bleeding in the home-loan market.
The monthly payment on some new homes is considerably higher, there is, however, a way to lower it by buying down the rate.
After watching interest rates rise for nearly two months, homebuyers and homeowners took baby steps back into the mortgage market.
Adjustable rate mortgages used to carry a stigma, but here’s why they may be low-risk for borrowers now.
Homeownership may be the stuff of American dreams, but it doesn’t come cheap.
The bleeding in the mortgage business appears to have slowed, following a sharp rise in mortgage rates postelection.
Since its creation in September, the S&P 500 real estate sector has been the market’s worst performer.
Since Trump’s victory, rising mortgage rates have made homes the least affordable since the Great Recession.
Home prices were 5.5 percent higher than September of 2015, up from the 5.1 percent annual gain in August.
A postelection spike in mortgage rates may have scared potential homebuyers into a contract before rates move even higher.