CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa sits down with actor and tech investor Ashton Kutcher and WeWork CEO Adam Neumann.
Lee Chee Koon of CapitaLand explains why the company is pursuing a S$11 billion deal to acquire real estate group Ascendas-Singbridge. One reason, he says, is that the company would be able to gain access to “interesting asset classes” in the new economy sectors.
Asian real estate developer CapitaLand said it will acquire Ascendas-Singbridge, which would create one of the world’s largest real estate investment managers.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on private sector data from John Burns Real Estate Consulting which showed that California had the worst newly home sales numbers.
Mathan Somasundaram of Blue Ocean Equities says the outlook for retail in Australia is going to be “tough.”
There’s something about San Antonio — and Austin and Houston. Seniors in these three Texas cities account have the highest median debt balances, excluding mortgages.
Sam Chandan of NYU says the possibility of consumer sentiment turning negative is the biggest risk for the U.S. in 2019.
After a tough fourth quarter, Lennar’s chairman, Stuart Miller, said December’s interest rate drop spurred a surge in customer traffic through its model homes. That could bode well for the broader market in new homes.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on earnings and stock movements from KB Home.
Lennar reported strong fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday, but deferred guidance for 2019 “until the markets further define themselves.”