CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the continued drop in mortgage rates after the Federal Reserve’s decision last week to leave interest rates unchanged for the rest of the year.
CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on the controversy over the pied-a-terre tax, which is a tax that applies to second homes valued at over $5 million in New York.
During the first three weeks of March, a mere 16 percent of Redfin buyer offers faced a bidding war, compared with 61 percent a year earlier.
CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on the controversial “Pied-A-Terre” tax proposal, which is now in jeopardy. The policy that would impose a tax on multi-million dollar second-homes in New York City may be headed to the scrap heap.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on newly released mortgage application data.
Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller says that despite a strong housing market since 2012, homebuyers do not seem as excited. Low unemployment rates in the U.S. are helping drive the market up.
Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller says that despite a strong housing market since 2012, homebuyers do not seem as excited. Low unemployment rates in the U.S. are helping drive the market up. Shiller also says Donald Trump and his family’s lifestyle might be contributing to people feeling like, they too, can live in extravagant homes. …
Applications to refinance jumped 12 percent for the week as homeowners rushed to take advantage of attractive rates.
Jim Cramer says investors shouldn’t panic about February’s weak housing starts because the market is about to rebound.
The U.N.’s housing advisor singles out Blackstone’s practices in a critique of the role of private equity in the housing market, The Guardian reports.