Real Estate

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.

Built in 1919, the seven-acre estate was the main home of Jacqueline Bouvier in the 1940s.

The quick rise in home prices is causing concern among some industry experts. Diana Olick reports.

The run-up in home prices is gaining speed, causing some to warn that the increases will not be sustainable for long.

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

A new fin-tech real estate company backs buyers with cash, so they can make all-cash offers, even if they don’t have the cash.

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.

Despite rising mortgage rates and one of the most competitive spring housing markets on record, consumer confidence in housing hits a new high.

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 number of signed contracts to purchase existing homes barely budged in March, and that was before the rise in mortgage rates. Diana Olick takes a look at what that could mean for the spring market.

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.

800,000 people will leave New York and California over the next three years due to the new tax bill, conservative economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore said in an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.

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.