The nation’s homebuilders are feeling better about their business, as falling mortgage rates help more buyers afford homes. They are still not, however, building enough homes to meet demand.
The home builders were hit along with everyone else on Wednesday after the 800 point sell-off for the Dow. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.
Housing market analyst Ivy Zelman, known for predicting the 2005 housing peak and the 2012 housing bottom, spoke to CNBC’s Power Lunch on Wednesday.
WeWork’s parent known formally as the We Company is going public with an all-male board of directors.
The supply of newly built homes for sale dropped for the first time in six years. Mark Zandi, Moody’s chief economist, and CNBC’s Diana Olick join ‘The Exchange’ to discuss how housing is doing during the sell-off.
CNBC’s Diana Olick talks with Ivy Zelman, CEO of Zelman & Associates, about the health of the housing market and the fear of a recession.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest weekly mortgage application data.
Another sharp drop in mortgage rates sent even more homeowners to their lenders, hoping to save money on their monthly payments.
Dow set to drop; bonds flash recession signal; Chinese economic data weakens; China blames the US for Hong Kong protests; mortgage refinances surge
Andy Xie, an independent economist, says Hong Kong’s business people have political power and are “running the place,” and that’s what’s “causing the trouble” in the city.