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Here are 3 budget strategies this couple used to pay off their $195,000 mortgage in under 4 years

Andy and Nicole Hill moved into their home at the end of 2013. The couple paid off their entire mortgage in under four years.

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  • June 22 @ 4:12 pm

Stephen Ross-funded group spent more than $1 million to influence New York City Council primary races

A super PAC funded mostly by Stephen Ross spent over $1 million on New York City Council races going into the official primary day.

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  • June 22 @ 3:19 pm

Stephen Ross funded group spent more than $1 million to influence New York City Council races

A super PAC funded mostly by Stephen Ross spent over $1 million in New York City Council races going into the official primary day.

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  • June 22 @ 2:14 pm

He’s 75 and facing eviction. Many other older renters are, too

Millions of Americans may soon face eviction. Two of them are Andrew Cleland, 75, and his wife, Carol, 82.

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  • June 22 @ 1:15 pm

Existing home sales in May drop for fourth straight month as affordability squeezes buyers

Sales of existing homes fell 0.9% in May to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 5.8 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors.

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  • June 22 @ 12:57 pm

May existing home sales drop for a fourth straight month as affordability squeezes buyers out

Sales of existing homes dropped for the fourth straight month due to a very low supply of homes on the market.

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  • June 22 @ 9:02 am

Google closes its dedicated London start-up space

Google has decided “not to reopen” Campus in East London after it was forced to close by the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 21 @ 5:22 am

Invitation Homes CEO says he’s not worried about a housing bubble despite price spikes. Here’s why

“I would expect that home prices stay relatively stable, if not continue to grow in value,” Invitation Homes CEO Dallas Tanner told CNBC.

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  • June 18 @ 11:47 am

Chinese property demand is ‘fairly robust’ — Deutsche Bank explains why

Factors including urbanization and changing policies could underpin demand for China’s residential real estate, said Linan Liu of Deutsche Bank.

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  • June 17 @ 11:45 pm

Financial advisors shrug off Fed’s inflation, interest rate forecasts

The Federal Reserve sped up its timeline to raise interest rates and predicts higher inflation this year. Financial advisors don’t think it’s a big deal.

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  • June 17 @ 12:00 pm

Mortgage rates shoot higher after Fed Chairman Powell’s comments

Mortgage rates moved decidedly higher after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell moved up his timeline for raising rates and tapering asset purchases.

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  • June 17 @ 11:40 am

Here are some money moves to make while the Fed keeps rates near zero

Rock-bottom rates can help some Americans save money, especially if they can pay down high-interest debt or take out a low-interest loan.

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  • June 16 @ 1:17 pm

Eviction protections for renters will extend beyond June in these locations

With millions of Americans still behind on their rent, some states and cities will continue to ban evictions after the national moratorium expires.

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  • June 16 @ 11:24 am

Mortgage refinances rebound as rates drop temporarily to lowest level in a month

After three straight weeks of declines, mortgage demand came crawling back, thanks to a drop in interest rates.

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  • June 16 @ 6:00 am

Lumber prices soar 275% in the pandemic, shutting out homebuilders: CNBC After Hours

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  • June 15 @ 4:56 pm

A Covid-era lease break for retailers looks set to become industry standard, WSJ reports

Flexible leasing agreements allowed retailers to manage costs and have been particularly helpful for new retailers, the Journal reported.

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  • June 15 @ 4:09 pm

With eviction ban expiring in 14 days, many states have given out under 5% of rental assistance

Many states have been slow to give out the billions of dollars in rental assistance allocated by Congress. That could soon result in a wave of evictions.

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  • June 15 @ 1:46 pm

Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

With home prices sky-high, demand for single-family rental homes is soaring – and so are the rents. 

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  • June 15 @ 12:06 pm

Homebuilder sentiment drops to 10-month low, as construction costs drive prices higher

Rising construction costs are sidelining buyers and making it harder for some builders to get construction loans.

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  • June 15 @ 9:00 am

London’s most expensive penthouse offered in a whisper listing for $247 million

The nine-figure trophy flat, owned by London real estate developer Nick Candy, spans two floors at 9,000 square feet per level, with a total of five bedrooms.

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  • June 14 @ 11:51 am

This researcher is trying to flip the script about student loan forgiveness

Critics of student loan forgiveness say it would benefit the already well-off, since college degrees lead to higher earnings. New research suggests otherwise.

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  • June 12 @ 9:00 am

Redfin CEO says the housing market has cooled off slightly — and that’s a positive

“For the past couple of weeks, housing has been hot instead of blazing hot,” Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman told CNBC on Friday.

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  • June 11 @ 4:42 pm

A third of Americans found errors on their credit reports. Here’s how to fix those mistakes

Before you try to take out a mortgage or a car loan, check your credit report. It may have a mistake that could cost you.

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  • June 11 @ 11:22 am

A massive wave of evictions could be coming. Who’s at risk?

Even as the pandemic fades, more than 10 million Americans are behind on their rent. Single mothers and Black families are most at risk of eviction.

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  • June 11 @ 10:29 am

Homeowners got $2 trillion richer during the first three months of the year

Home prices have been soaring, so homeowners have been getting richer, at least on paper. The equity numbers are staggering.

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  • June 10 @ 7:37 am

Here are tips on whether you should eliminate that mortgage in retirement

Experts say retirees should consider a variety of factors when evaluating whether paying off their mortgage makes sense for their situation.

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  • June 10 @ 7:30 am

After a dramatic seven-year renovation, an $87 million mansion hits the market in Bel-Air

The Bel-Air mansion’s makeover was nearly a total teardown, its owner said. Only one wall from the old house is still standing.

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  • June 10 @ 6:00 am

This new community will have 21,000 homes – and net zero carbon emissions, developer says

More than 21,000 homes are going up in a new community that its developer says will be the largest net-zero development in the nation.

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  • June 9 @ 9:47 am

Mortgage rates drop, but not enough for priced-out homebuyers

Mortgage rates fell slightly last week, but not enough to light a fire under mortgage demand.

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  • June 9 @ 6:00 am

Lumber executive sees further relief in sky-high prices, says delaying building projects makes sense

Lumber industry veteran Kyle Little said it’s sensible to delay building projects due to high wood costs. “We do see some relief over the next six to 12 months.”

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  • June 8 @ 2:19 pm

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff expects half or more of employees to work from home after the pandemic: ‘The past

In an interview on Monday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said that the number of employees working from home will remain high even after the Covid pandemic ends.

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  • June 7 @ 3:06 pm

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff expects more than half of employees to work from home after the pandemic: ‘The pa

In an interview on Monday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said that the number of employees working from home will remain high even after the Covid pandemic ends.

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  • June 7 @ 2:24 pm

Rare activist investor showdown in the Gulf sees Dubai’s Emirates REIT cancel debt restructuring plan

Emirates REIT’s lenders blocked its planned changes and raised “serious concerns” about its transparency and governance. 

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  • June 7 @ 8:47 am

With many Americans house rich, here are the best ways to tap your home for cash

The amount of money borrowers can take out of their homes, or so-called tappable equity, is at a record high. If you want to cash out, here are your options.

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  • June 4 @ 11:15 am

This renter got more than $5,000 in assistance. Here’s what you need to know about applying

After a rocky start, states are speeding up their distribution of over $45 billion in rental assistance. What you need to know about applying for the relief.

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  • June 4 @ 9:41 am

The best ways to tap your house for cash

The amount of money borrowers can take out of their homes, or so-called tappable equity, is at a record high. If you want to cash out, here are your options.

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  • June 4 @ 9:35 am

More than 14% of renters are still behind as national eviction ban comes to an end

Even as the pandemic fades, more than 14% of renters are behind on their rent, according to an analysis by The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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  • June 3 @ 3:00 pm

The national eviction ban expires this month. But renters still have protections in these states

A 10-month-long national ban on eviction will soon expire, but renters in New York, New Jersey, Vermont and elsewhere will continue to have protections.

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  • June 3 @ 11:18 am

How to avoid overspending in this hot housing market

You have to have a clear plan in place before you start looking for your next home, experts say.

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  • June 3 @ 9:11 am

Why it may be hard to close the racial wealth gap without forgiving student debt

Biden wants to close the racial wealth gap. But without forgiving student debt, activists say, he won’t get far.

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  • June 2 @ 11:27 am

Housing boom may be cooling as weekly mortgage demand drops again

High prices and low supply are finally taking some of the heat out of the housing market, and mortgage demand is following suit.

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  • June 2 @ 6:00 am

Millions of Americans could face eviction as housing protection expires in June

More than 11 million Americans are behind on their rent and many could face eviction when national housing protection expires in June.

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  • May 31 @ 8:10 am

Young military families tap veteran benefits to buy homes in a hot real-estate market

“Veterans are absolutely planting roots in communities across the country,” said Chris Birk, director of education at Veterans United, a lender for homebuyers.

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  • May 29 @ 9:37 am

Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and other firms are using free food to lure workers back to the office

Free food, once a perk more common at tech giants like Alphabet and Facebook, is one of the tools in getting workers to embrace office life again.

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  • May 28 @ 6:01 am

To get in on the hot housing market, you may have to raise your credit score. Here’s how

Your credit score determines your mortgage rate, and whether you can even get one at all.

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  • May 27 @ 1:35 pm

Biden’s bid to tax inherited assets could be a documentation nightmare for wealthy heirs

Wealthy families may have to dig through decades of documents to figure out the taxes on an inheritance if this Biden proposal becomes a reality.

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  • May 27 @ 12:12 pm

Best Buy says hot housing market is boosting demand for TVs, home consultations

Best Buy CEO Corie Barry said the company has benefited from selling products and offering home installations as people move into new houses or remodel.

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  • May 27 @ 10:31 am

Bank of America and Chase could restart mortgage foreclosures as early as July, but Wells Fargo is waiting until 20

In a hearing Wednesday, Senators asked the CEOs of Bank of America, Chase and Wells Fargo about when they plan to restart mortgage foreclosures.

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  • May 27 @ 10:06 am

Fannie Mae’s refinance program for lower-income homeowners starts next week. Here’s what to know

The new initiative is intended to help an estimated 2 million homeowners refinance their mortgage at a lower interest rate.

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  • May 27 @ 9:43 am

Suffering from sticker shock? Here are 3 things you shouldn’t buy now while prices are high

New cars, airfares and building supplies are suddenly more expensive. If you are planning one of these purchases, it may pay to wait until prices come down.

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  • May 27 @ 7:00 am

Snowflake relocates executive office from California to Bozeman, Montana, as company goes distributed

Snowflake said in its earnings report on Wednesday that it no longer has a corporate headquarters, but its top execs live in Big Sky country.

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  • May 26 @ 9:37 pm

Snowflake goes remote and relocates executive office from California to Bozeman, Montana

Snowflake said in its earnings report on Wednesday that it no longer has a corporate headquarters, but its top execs live in Big Sky country.

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  • May 26 @ 7:14 pm

Fighting inflation with a reverse mortgage. What retirees need to know

Retirees worried about rising costs may consider a reverse mortgage to take pressure off their investment portfolio and fight inflation.

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  • May 26 @ 9:57 am

Weekly mortgage demand falls as interest rates move higher

A slight increase in mortgage interest rates was enough to tank refinances and bring down overall demand.

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  • May 26 @ 6:00 am

Google gets the green light to build multi-billion dollar megacampus in San Jose

Construction will begin as early as next year but likely take a decade to complete.

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  • May 26 @ 1:07 am

Houses in the U.S. cost 13.2% more in March 2021 than at the same time last year. Here’s why houses are so ex

With city dwellers moving to the suburbs and families looking for more space, U.S. home prices have surged.

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  • May 25 @ 1:03 pm

Get ready, rents are rising fast again, even in San Francisco

Fast-rising home prices have investors seeing dollar signs, and renters digging deeper into their wallets.

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  • May 25 @ 8:43 am

Home prices in March saw highest growth in over 15 years, S&P Case-Shiller says

Home prices in March were up 13%, one of the largest annual gains in the much-watched S&P Case Shiller index’s history.

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  • May 25 @ 8:01 am

This $68 billion Australian city wants to become the next Silicon Valley

“The world has learned a lot from Silicon Valley,” Greater Springfield’s founder told CNBC. “We said: that’s 85 years old. Let’s design the latest version.”

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  • May 24 @ 1:43 am

Robert Shiller: ‘Wild west’ mentality is gripping housing, stocks and crypto

Nobel prize-winning economist Robert Shiller is worried a bubble is forming in some of the market’s hottest trades.

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  • May 23 @ 4:00 pm

Treasury Department gives out $6 billion to assist landlords and renters. More money is on the way

The Treasury Department announced on Friday that it’s given out more than $6 billion to help renters and landlords struggling in the pandemic.

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  • May 21 @ 9:10 am

April existing home sales drop, marking three straight months of declines

Home sales in April dropped unexpectedly, as extremely low supply stands in the way of strong demand.

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  • May 21 @ 9:00 am

Off-the-grid homes are coming to your neighborhood, as climate change creates suburban survivalists

Increasingly extreme weather from climate change is now a year-round phenomenon. This has homebuilders reconsidering how they design and power new homes.

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  • May 21 @ 6:00 am

California Governor Newsom gushes over Google as he signs real-estate bill on site of future mega-campus

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB7 to speed up real estate construction while Google SVP Kent Walker looked on at an event in San Jose on Thursday.

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  • May 20 @ 4:12 pm

Applying for rental assistance isn’t easy. Here’s what you need to know

Many people are running into problems trying to get the rental assistance allocated by Congress. Here’s what you need to know.

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  • May 20 @ 2:18 pm

Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg under criminal tax investigation by New York attorney general

Longtime Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is under criminal investigation, as is former President Donald Trump.

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  • May 20 @ 12:09 pm

Lumber futures swing 10% in wild session as speculative frenzy ends

Lumber futures gyrated as traders struggled to determine if a recent pullback in wood had removed enough froth from the market.

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  • May 19 @ 12:25 pm

Lumber futures hit ‘limit down’ then recover, still down big from record as speculation unwinds

Lumber sank again on Wednesday and threatened to derail a monthslong frenzy that pushed the price of wood to record levels.

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  • May 19 @ 11:23 am

Lumber futures fall for an eighth-straight day, as speculation that took prices to a record unwinds

Lumber sank again on Wednesday and threatened to derail a monthslong frenzy that pushed the price of wood to record levels.

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  • May 19 @ 10:20 am

Homebuyers are applying for ever bigger mortgages as home prices soar

Sky-high home prices mean demand for ever bigger mortgages, but those prices may also be causing a pullback in homebuying.

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  • May 19 @ 6:00 am

Home construction sees biggest drop since pandemic hit. Here’s why

Despite a historic shortage of homes for sale, homebuilders are actually slowing production, handcuffed by skyrocketing commodity prices.

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  • May 18 @ 8:46 am

Home equity hits a record high — here’s how to tap your house for cash

In 2020, the amount of money borrowers could take out of their homes, or so-called tappable home equity, rose to a record high. Here’s how to cash out.

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  • May 18 @ 7:30 am

Homebuilder confidence is high, but rising costs of materials present major risks

Strong buyer demand is keeping homebuilders confident, but rising construction material costs are weighing on housing affordability. 

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  • May 17 @ 9:18 am

64% of millennials have regrets about buying their current home—here’s why

Nearly two-thirds of millennials say they have at least one regret about purchasing their current home, according to a new poll from Bankrate.

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  • May 17 @ 7:00 am

San Francisco tech companies are sitting on record amounts of empty office space and offering perks to lure tenants

Dropbox, Airbnb and Salesforce have taken some of the biggest real estate impairments in the tech industry because of vacated office space in San Francisco.

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  • May 14 @ 11:39 am

This woman got $10,000 for moving from Brooklyn to Tulsa. Here’s how it worked out

The work-from-anywhere culture of the pandemic is not going away with the vaccine, and that has created an opportunity for small cities to lure new residents.

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  • May 14 @ 10:35 am

San Francisco tech companies are sitting on record amounts of empty space and offering perks to lure tenants

Dropbox, Airbnb and Salesforce have taken some of the biggest real estate impairments in the tech industry because of vacated space in San Francisco.

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  • May 14 @ 10:11 am

China is concerned about inflation – but it’s not the top priority right now

In its report on first quarter monetary policy, the Chinese central bank focused on how the foundation for the domestic economic recovery is not solid.

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  • May 14 @ 5:32 am

MLB says Oakland A’s can explore new markets, but it’s not clear where they’d go

The league said the franchise could start to explore options to seek a new home as city officials contemplate a new stadium on an Oakland waterfront property.

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  • May 13 @ 4:06 pm

Prices are going up — here’s what inflation means to you

As the economy picks up in the wake of the pandemic, so will inflation. Here’s how to prepare for rising costs.

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  • May 12 @ 11:42 am

Household debt climbs to $14.64 trillion, due to jump in mortgages and car loans

Total household debt balances rose by $85 billion in the first quarter, a 0.6% increase that brought the total level to $14.64 trillion.

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  • May 12 @ 10:30 am

Weekly mortgage refinance demand jumps on brief drop in rates

A brief drop in mortgage interest rates sent some borrowers rushing to their lenders to see if they could get any savings.

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  • May 12 @ 6:00 am

SoftBank-backed mortgage lender Better going public via $7.7 billion SPAC

Digital mortgage lender Better will make its market debut by merging with Aurora Acquisition Corp., valuing the company at $7.7 billion.

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  • May 11 @ 11:07 am

Californians could see new stimulus checks, renter assistance under this proposal. Here’s who would qualify

A budget surplus in the Golden State could lead to more help for residents in the form of stimulus checks, renter assistance and utility payments.

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  • May 11 @ 10:22 am

Tour Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s $35 million private island

The Bahamian island Faith Hill and Tim McGraw spent years and many millions to develop is on the market for $35 million.

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  • May 10 @ 5:32 pm

Homebuyers are the most pessimistic they’ve been in a decade thanks to tight supply, high prices

Sentiment among homebuyers fell to the lowest level in the 10-year history of a Fannie Mae survey, due to a housing shortage and soaring prices.

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  • May 7 @ 8:54 am

‘It’s very scary for renters right now’: Housing assistance is becoming more widely available, bu

Housing experts say a judge’s overturning of the federal eviction moratorium puts tenants at risk just as rental assistance becomes more widely available.

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  • May 6 @ 1:31 pm

A Roth IRA could help you buy a home. Here’s what to know

Up to $10,000 in Roth IRA earnings can be withdrawn free of taxes and penalty, along with contributions, for a home purchase if you meet certain requirements.

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  • May 6 @ 11:14 am

National eviction ban remains in effect as government appeals ruling. Here’s what renters need to know

The Department of Justice quickly moved to appeal a ruling this week that overturned the nationwide ban on evictions. What struggling renters need to know.

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  • May 6 @ 10:48 am

Federal judge overturns national eviction ban

A federal judge struck down on Wednesday the national eviction moratorium, potentially leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes.

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  • May 5 @ 11:07 am

These home renovations will give you the greatest returns

The home renovation market boomed last year, and continues to flourish now, with outdoor renovations leading the list of the top value-creating projects.

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  • May 5 @ 9:41 am

Cramer says he sold some ether after record highs to put toward an all-electric Hummer

“I hold half my Ethereum yesterday … and I put some money down to own a Hummer,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday.

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  • May 5 @ 9:29 am

Weekly mortgage demand stalls as rates rise and fierce competition hurts home sales

It was a mixed bag for mortgage demand last week, as higher rates did nothing for refinances and homebuyers continued to face steep competition.

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  • May 5 @ 6:00 am

The Covid recovery still has a K shape

The recovery from the Covid recession continues to play out unequally, especially for low-wage workers, minorities and those without a college degree.

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  • May 4 @ 10:46 am

Cramer says he owns ‘a lot’ of red-hot cryptocurrency ether that’s tripled bitcoin’s 2021 g

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said he initially bought ether in order to bid on NFTs being auctioned off by Time magazine.

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  • May 4 @ 9:33 am

Should you pay off your mortgage in retirement? Experts weigh in on whether to cut that debt

A variety of considerations should weigh into your decision of whether to pay off a mortgage, including rate of return, tax implications and peace of mind.

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  • May 2 @ 10:58 am

30 second trials. Judges muting tenants. The problems with virtual evictions

During the pandemic, eviction hearings across the country have moved to the computer from the courtroom. A lot can go wrong.

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  • May 1 @ 9:04 am

Soaring lumber prices add $36,000 to the cost of a new home, and a fierce land grab is only making it worse

As the housing market gets leaner, potential buyers are turning in greater numbers than ever to new construction, but builder costs are soaring.

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  • April 30 @ 10:38 am

To get a low mortgage rate, your credit score matters. Here’s how to boost it

Your credit score has a direct impact on your ability to get a mortgage and what interest rate you will pay.

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  • April 30 @ 7:00 am

Biden’s plan for inherited real estate may impact more people than just the wealthy

President Joe Biden is asking Congress for higher taxes on inherited property. The proposal may impact family homes with more than $1 million in gains.

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  • April 29 @ 1:53 pm

2 million homeowners may be eligible for this new mortgage refinancing program

Eligible borrowers will be able to refinance their mortgage with a lower interest rate and monthly payment, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

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  • April 29 @ 10:00 am

Pending home sales rose less than expected in March as prices soared

Pending home sales rose less than expected in March, as buyers contend with record low supply and higher prices.

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  • April 29 @ 9:00 am

Powell says he plans to meet with homeless Americans in Washington, DC

Powell, one of the world’s most influential economists, has not yet met with members of the homeless encampment near the Fed in Washington.

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  • April 28 @ 3:57 pm

Powell says he plans to meet with homeless Americans in Washington, D.C.

Powell, one of the world’s most influential economists, has not yet met with members of the homeless encampment near the Fed in Washington.

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  • April 28 @ 3:18 pm

The Fed keeps rates near zero — here’s how you can benefit

Rock-bottom rates can help some Americans save money, especially if they refinance or pay down high-interest debt.

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  • April 28 @ 1:03 pm

How Biden’s capital gains proposal may hit middle-class home sellers in red-hot markets

President Joe Biden is proposing a capital gains tax increase for households making over $1 million. The change may also impact home sellers.

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  • April 28 @ 7:29 am

Mortgage rates fall to a two-month low, but weekly demand still drops

Lower mortgage rates are not prompting homeowners or potential homebuyers to contact their lenders, as other obstacles stand in their way.

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  • April 28 @ 6:00 am

New houses are still more expensive than existing homes, despite what the data says

The median price of a newly built house was slightly lower in March than the median price of an existing home sold that month. That’s not the full story.

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  • April 27 @ 9:44 am

February home prices see the biggest gain in 15 years, S&P Case-Shiller says

Home price gains continue to outpace expectations, as tight supply and strong demand spur bidding wars.

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  • April 27 @ 8:12 am

As home prices rise, here’s what buyers can do to land a deal

Housing supply is low, which is pushing prices higher. The median price of an existing home sold in March was $329,100.

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  • April 23 @ 9:33 am

Red hot real estate markets have turned surprising profits for unintentional property flippers

Real estate brokers are seeing a rising number of unintentional real estate flippers as wealthy buyers find luxury properties are scarce.

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  • April 22 @ 12:23 pm

Existing home sales suffer second straight monthly decline as tight supply pushes prices higher

Low supply continues to push prices ever higher. The median price of an existing home sold in March was $329,100, a 17.2% increase from March 2020.

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  • April 22 @ 9:18 am

A house just rented in the Hamptons for $2 million for the summer

A home in the Hamptons rented for $2 million for the summer, as demand far outstrips a record low supply of homes for sale and for rent, according to brokers.

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  • April 21 @ 11:01 pm

Yelp data shows more than half million new businesses opened in the past year

“After a challenging year, 2021 is off to an encouraging start for the local economy,” Yelp data scientist Justin Norman told CNBC.

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  • April 21 @ 12:39 pm

I want to move to New York after college graduation. Can I afford it?

CNBC intern Amanda Mier tackled her first budget in a four-part series for CNBC’s “College Voices.” This week: Amanda is graduating and ready to move to New York!

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  • April 21 @ 10:53 am

Weekly mortgage demand jumps 8.6% after interest rates fall to a two-month low

A sharp drop in mortgage interest rates sent homeowners and potential homebuyers to their lenders.

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  • April 21 @ 6:00 am

Explosive demand for vacation rentals has made property managers a hot commodity

Vacasa, which helps hosts not only list but manage their rental homes, is thinking about becoming a publicly traded stock, multiple sources told CNBC.

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  • April 20 @ 3:36 pm

A look inside the most expensive home for sale in Bal Harbour, Florida

One of Villa Magnolia’s biggest selling points is its 221 feet of water frontage.

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  • April 19 @ 10:03 pm

Consumer watchdog group issues policy to strengthen national eviction moratorium

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said on Monday that attorneys for property owners who violate the national ban on evictions could face prosecution.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 19 @ 2:21 pm

House lifting is big business following a record year of storms

With storms intensifying, rainfall increasing and sea levels rising, waterfront property owners are lifting their homes out of danger.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 19 @ 7:21 am

A look inside the most expensive home for sale in Bal Harbor, Florida

One of Villa Magnolia’s biggest selling points is its 221 feet of water frontage.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 19 @ 6:15 am

NFL player LeSean McCoy wants to build a real estate empire using opportunity zones

NFL running back LeSean McCoy has 60 properties, some operating under his Vice Capital real estate firm.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 17 @ 9:25 am

Real estate investor who shorted subprime mortgages says this housing boom is in a bubble, too

Billionaire real estate investor Jeff Greene bet against subprime mortgages. He told CNBC Friday he thinks the housing market is in a bubble again.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 16 @ 3:52 pm

States struggle to give out over $45 billion in rental assistance as evictions continue

Rental assistance may not come soon enough for tenants struggling in the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 16 @ 11:37 am

Retired and house hunting? How to finance your next home purchase

While getting a mortgage in retirement can be tricky, there are alternatives to traditional financing or other strategies that may help you qualify.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 11:16 am

‘Phony money paying for real money’ — Cramer sells some bitcoin and pays off a home mortgage

“It was so great to pay off a mortgage. It was like, kind of, phony money paying for real money,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 9:05 am

Homebuilder confidence rises in April despite record high lumber prices

One year after home construction ground to a screeching halt, due to the Covid pandemic, builders are more than bullish yet again.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 9:00 am

Mortgage refinance demand hits lowest level in over a year, and homebuyers retreat, too

It was a mixed week for mortgage rates, which started high and then fell slightly, but the damage was done early.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 14 @ 6:00 am

‘When is the housing market going to crash?’ is a red hot search on Google – here’s why

Google reported last week that the search “When is the housing market going to crash?” had spiked 2,450% in the past month.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 13 @ 9:59 am

Op-ed: More boomers are choosing to ‘upsize’ their homes in retirement

Rather than downsizing, retirees are starting to upsize, moving to bigger homes in their golden years. They’re doing it for all sorts of reasons.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 13 @ 8:00 am

Bidding wars, lack of houses and desperate buyers: How to navigate buying a home this spring

Competition is tough for the limited supply of homes on the market. Here’s how to make sure you are positioned to buy a home without busting your budget.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 10 @ 9:26 am

Zillow president expects increase in home listings as Covid certainty improves

“All the indicators that we see say that this housing market … [continues] to be hot, and there are a lot of reasons for that,” Zillow’s Susan Daimler said.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 9 @ 5:49 pm

Here’s how much weight Americans gained during Covid, and here’s how they’re losing it

The stressful and sedentary nature of life during the coronavirus pandemic caused some to fall out of fitness routines and gain weight.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 9 @ 10:23 am

SoftBank invests $500 million in digital mortgage lender Better.com

SoftBank has invested $500 million in digital mortgage lender Better.com, valuing the company at roughly $6 billion amid a pandemic-induced refinancing frenzy.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 8 @ 4:39 pm

These are 2021’s best cities for first-time homebuyers

Heavy competition in today’s pricey housing market has sidelined some first-time buyers, especially in major metropolitan markets. These markets may be best for home shopping.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 8 @ 5:57 am

California billionaire’s real estate firm to begin allowing tenants to pay rent in bitcoin

Billionaire Rick Caruso’s eponymous real estate company said Wednesday it will begin accepting bitcoin as rent payment at its residential and retail properties.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 7 @ 4:19 pm

Rick Caruso’s real estate company to begin accepting rent payments in bitcoin

Billionaire Rick Caruso’s eponymous real estate company said Wednesday it will begin accepting bitcoin as rent payment at its residential and retail properties.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 7 @ 3:34 pm

Mortgage refinance demand drops 20% as rates rise to 10-month high

Mortgage rates moved higher again last week, causing homeowners and potential homebuyers to pull back on borrowing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 7 @ 6:19 am

Mall vacancies jump at fastest pace on record, hitting new high, as retailers cull store counts

If you noticed more darkened windows and empty stores at the mall recently, you’re not alone.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 7 @ 6:00 am

Consumer protection agency cracks down on mortgage servicers that don’t assist struggling homeowners

The CFPB expects mortgage servicers to offer homeowners options before foreclosing on them. Here’s what it means for you.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 7:34 pm

Consumer protection group cracks down on mortgage servicers that don’t assist struggling homeowners

The CFPB expects mortgage servicers to offer homeowners options before foreclosing on them. Here’s what it means for you.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 2:22 pm

Consumer protection group proposes rule to prevent foreclosures until 2022

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a rule Monday that would prevent mortgage servicers from filing a foreclosure until after Dec. 31, 2021.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 5 @ 1:41 pm

Homeowners behind on their mortgages could get a reprieve on any foreclosures until 2022

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is looking to give homeowners in Covid-19 forbearance programs a reprieve from foreclosure proceedings until 2022.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 5 @ 12:48 pm

“This is not the time for amateurs,” says real estate agent in a fiercely competitive housing market

Selling a home has never been easier, and while that may sound like great news for real estate agents, there is a problem: They are desperate for listings.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 5 @ 12:35 pm

“This is not the time for amateurs,” says real estate agent of fiercely competitive housing market

Selling a home has never been easier, and while that may sound like great news for real estate agents, there is a problem: They are desperate for listings.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 5 @ 12:00 pm

Here’s why wealth advisor Josh Brown says investing in real estate is often a bad idea

Investment properties can often lead to more headaches than returns, according to wealth advisor Josh Brown. Here’s how Josh Brown invests in real estate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 2 @ 9:00 am

Pope Francis brings spotlight to climate migration: ‘Many are being devoured in conditions that make it impos

Pope Francis published a call this week for collective focus on migrants forced to leave their homes because of climate change’s effects on their homelands.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 1 @ 3:03 pm

Many older millennials are burdened by housing costs, and it could keep them from reaching other financial goals

One in 3 older millennials say housing is the most burdensome monthly expense. Many spend more than the recommended 30% of their income on rent or a mortgage.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 1 @ 11:15 am

NY prosecutors subpoena Trump Organization exec’s bank records in criminal probe, report says

Prosecutors have reportedly zeroed in on Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg in an apparent effort to get him to cooperate with their probe.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 31 @ 3:09 pm

Most evictions are banned through June. What you need to know

The CDC announced this week that it was extending the national ban on evictions for another three months. Here’s what you need to know.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 31 @ 10:55 am

Pending home sales fell over 10% in February, as record low supply stifles the housing market

The U.S. housing market is suffering from its lowest supply in history, and that is taking an increasingly hard toll on sales.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 31 @ 9:10 am

Bing Crosby’s former estate with ‘secret room’ hits the market for $13.75 million — take a look ins

The three-acre Northern California estate where “White Christmas” crooner Bing Crosby once lived has just hit the market for under $14 million.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 31 @ 8:00 am

A slight drop in mortgage rates didn’t stop the bleeding in refinances

Higher mortgage rates are hitting the refinance market hard, and they are starting to take their toll on homebuyers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 31 @ 6:06 am

Critics slam the Fed as home prices rise at a historic rate

Home price gains are accelerating at an alarming pace, a sharp, pandemic-induced inflation that some claim is not getting enough attention from the Fed.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 30 @ 11:48 am

Senate Democrats propose capital-gains tax at death with $1 million exemption

A group of senators proposed a plan Monday to get rid of the co-called “step-up in basis” and tax unrealized capital gains at death.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 30 @ 10:58 am

‘We’re not out of the woods’: How commercial property could spark a financial shock

The IMF has raised concerns over commercial property and the risk it could pose to financial stability.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 30 @ 8:24 am

Some landlords sell properties as CDC extends eviction ban

The Centers for Disease Control just extended its rental eviction ban through the end of June.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 29 @ 11:54 am

Old golf courses and office buildings are turning into retail warehouses as demand for industrial space keeps climb

Transactions for industrial, big-box facilities hit a record in North America last year, according to commercial real estate services firm CBRE.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 29 @ 10:05 am

Meet the middle-aged millennial: Homeowner, debt-burdened and turning 40

One of the more persistent tropes is that millennials are still a generation of renters. However, a significant number now owns a home.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 29 @ 9:07 am

CDC will extend national eviction ban through June 30

The CDC will keep its national moratorium on evictions in effect through June. The protection was slated to lapse in just days.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 29 @ 8:46 am

CDC will extend national eviction ban through June 30, sources say

The CDC is likely to keep its national moratorium on evictions in effect through June. The protection was slated to lapse in just days.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 29 @ 7:45 am

WeWork CEO expects strong rebound for shared office space in post-Covid return to work

“We’re starting to see, even in New York now, new activity, so we’re pretty optimistic,” WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 26 @ 8:39 am

Moving? Here’s how much you need to earn to afford a house

With housing prices on the rise, here’s a look at country’s most and least affordable cities to buy a home.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 26 @ 7:00 am

United Wholesale Mortgage says its crosstown war with Quicken Loans is paying off

Matt Ishbia, whose United Wholesale Mortgage is in a crosstown battle with rival Quicken Loans, gave mortgage brokers an ultimatum to cut ties with the firm.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 24 @ 6:19 pm

$19 million mansion sells in Delray Beach, setting new local home sales record

A 21,000-square-foot megahome in South Florida is the most expensive non-oceanfront home ever sold in Delray Beach.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 24 @ 2:28 pm

Covid cases could spike if eviction ban is allowed to lapse, experts warn

Research shows evictions lead to a spike in Covid cases, raising concern about what will happen if the national ban on evictions is allowed to expire in days.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 24 @ 10:01 am

Homebuyer mortgage demand inches higher, but rates hit highest level since summer

Higher mortgage rates do not appear to be dampening demand for home purchases but are crimping refinance volume.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 24 @ 6:00 am

New home sales take a hit as builders grapple with big delays and bigger costs

Sales of newly built homes fell more than expected in February, as builders faced higher costs and persstent delays.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 23 @ 1:00 pm

The national eviction ban is set to expire at the end of March. The CDC likely will extend it

The national eviction ban is set to expire at the end of March. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may be moving to extend the protection.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 23 @ 12:17 pm

Existing home sales fell sharply in February, as supply dropped by the largest amount on record

The supply of homes for sale fell 29.5% year over year, the largest annual decline ever, to 1.03 million homes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 22 @ 9:00 am

He was 4 months behind on his rent. Why his landlord never mentioned eviction

The coronavirus pandemic has been a difficult time for landlord-tenant relations. Andrea Sorum and Victor Washington have a different story to tell.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 20 @ 9:26 am

His was 4 months behind on his rent. Why his landlord never mentioned eviction

The coronavirus pandemic has been a difficult time for landlord-tenant relations. Andrea Sorum and Victor Washington have a different story to tell.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 20 @ 9:17 am

Petco CEO says shift to suburbs is fueling company growth

Last year, the pet industry boomed as 3.3 million new pets found homes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 18 @ 1:02 pm

Mortgage rates just moved sharply higher, but homebuyer competition is fiercer than ever

Mortgage rates bounced sharply higher again this week, making homebuying even more expensive at the start of the all-important spring market.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 18 @ 10:58 am

Google to spend $7 billion on data centers and office space in 2021

The company will resume spending, which it slowed amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 18 @ 10:37 am

Google to spend $7 billion in data centers and office space in 2021

The company will resume spending, which it slowed amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 18 @ 4:30 am

Angie’s List is rebranding as a one-stop shop for home improvement services

The company wants to offer consumers a single platform to connect with contractors, book and make payments.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 17 @ 7:37 pm

More than 2,000 organizations urge Biden to extend national eviction ban

Thousands of organizations from around the country have joined together to push the president to extend the national eviction ban set to expire in two weeks.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 17 @ 3:41 pm

Here’s how the Fed decision impacts your wallet

The Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates low to further spur the current recovery. Here’s a look at how the decision impacts your wallet.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 17 @ 1:01 pm

Mortgage refinance demand tanks 39% as rates continue to climb

Higher mortgage rates are cutting into demand for refinances, as fewer and fewer borrowers can now get worthwhile savings.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 17 @ 6:00 am

Former Goldman Sachs exec is mystery buyer of $51 million Jeffrey Epstein mansion, boosting victim fund

The estate of sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein has sold properties in New York and Florida for nearly $70 million, which will help pay his victims.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 16 @ 6:39 pm

Former Goldman Sachs exec is $51 million mystery buyer of Jeffrey Epstein mansion, boosting victim fund

The estate of sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein has sold properties in New York and Florida for nearly $70 million, which will help pay his victims.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 16 @ 5:31 pm

Cramer says it’s a ‘good time to invest’ in stocks as U.S. economy recovers from Covid

“The money is coming here,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday, arguing investors should be in the stock market as the economy recovers from the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 16 @ 9:50 am

Homebuilder confidence drops as interest rates and lumber prices rise

A monthly index measuring builder confidence in the single-family housing market fell, as homebuilders face rising interest rates and rising material costs.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 16 @ 9:00 am

31% of young adults relocated during Covid. But they aren’t giving up on cities altogether

Many Americans picked up stakes during the coronavirus pandemic in an effort to find more space. New research identifies who was most likely to move.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 15 @ 9:58 am

3D-printed housing developments suddenly take off – here’s what they look like

3D-printed real estate is suddenly taking off, as printed communities go on the market and more are announced.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 12 @ 3:36 pm

More than $45 billion in rental assistance is now available. Here’s what you need to know about applying

More than $45 billion in rental assistance is on the way to tenants, thanks to the stimulus packages passed in December and this week.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 12 @ 11:52 am

The housing market stands at a tipping point after a stunningly successful year during the pandemic

Lower demand and weaker affordability could cause a significant slowdown in home sales and stop the steep rise in home prices.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 12 @ 7:19 am

Covid changed how we think of offices. Now companies want their spaces to work as hard as they do

One year after companies sent workers home, they are grappling with questions about how much office space they really need.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 10 @ 12:46 pm

Covid changed how we think of offices. Now companies want them to work as hard as they do

One year after companies sent workers home, they are grappling with questions about how much office space they really need.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 10 @ 11:38 am

Op-ed: ‘RBG’ would certainly encourage women to take control of their finances

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion of women’s financial autonomy. Here are several money ground rules we think RBG would agree every adult woman should follow.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 10 @ 8:38 am

Mortgage refinance demand plunges 43% from a year ago, as higher interest rates take their toll on borrowers

The recent sharp rise in interest rates is now taking a toll on mortgage refinance demand, as the number of borrowers who could benefit shrinks.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 10 @ 7:00 am

Data center real estate is primed to boom after the pandemic forced lives online

Data centers are primed for a record boom this year. Data center REITs were the highest-performing REIT sector last year.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 9 @ 1:03 pm

LGI Homes CEO expects housing demand to remain strong even as mortgage rates tick up

“I think in historical perspective, rates are still very low,” LGI Homes Chairman and CEO Eric Lipar told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 5 @ 8:08 pm

The spring housing market just lost more than 200,000 new listings

The spring housing market is shaping up to be the leanest and most competitive ever.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 5 @ 9:55 am

Frozen fund for Jeffrey Epstein victims needs $50M sale of sex criminal’s NY mansion to go through, lawyer sa

A fund for victims of the late Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, has been frozen because of liquidity problems with his estate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 4 @ 3:16 pm

Frozen Jeffrey Epstein victims’ fund needs $50M sale of sex criminal’s NY mansion to go through, lawyer

A fund for victims of the late Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, has been frozen because of liquidity problems with his estate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 4 @ 2:34 pm

Manhattan apartment discounts may be ending soon as sales soar 73% in February

Even the most bullish brokers say they are surprised with how quickly Manhattan real estate is bouncing back after last year’s record decline.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 4 @ 1:18 pm

Millions of Americans are moving to the suburbs. Here’s how much you need to earn to buy a house

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, millions of Americans want to move from the city to the suburbs. Here’s how much you need to earn to buy a house.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 4 @ 8:00 am

More than $45 billion in rental assistance could soon be available. Here’s how to apply

Renters struggling in the pandemic can apply for financial assistance to cover their missed payments. Here’s what you need to know about accessing the cash.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 3 @ 11:52 am

Sands to sell its Las Vegas properties for $6.25 billion as it shifts focus to Macao, Singapore

Before the pandemic, Sands’ properties in Asia accounted for roughly 90% of its revenue with investments planned to expand in both Macao and Singapore.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 3 @ 10:16 am

Rocket Mortgage founder Dan Gilbert made $30 billion on paper after stock’s surge

The spike in Rocket Companies’ stock price created a massive one-day gain for the company’s largest shareholder.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 3 @ 9:47 am

Mortgage application demand stalls as interest rates surge to highest level since July

Mortgage interest rates rose at the fastest pace last week in over a year, throwing cold water on already cooling demand.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 3 @ 7:00 am

Real estate title firm Doma, backed by Lennar, to go public in deal with SPAC

Doma has agreed to combine with Capitol Investment Corp. V, a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 2 @ 4:42 pm

Creating safe and affordable homes is reaching a crisis point

Climate disasters across the country have sparked concern about the safety of homes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • March 2 @ 9:32 am

Texas judge finds national eviction ban unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled that the national ban on evictions is unconstitutional. Advocates warn of a spike in evictions.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 26 @ 10:41 am

You can now buy a 3D-printed home – here’s a look inside

A New York homebuilder has put a 3D-printed home on the market for the first time in the United States, and he is getting a lot of offers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 25 @ 10:10 am

Biden administration may undo certain Trump-era mortgage rules

The CFPB said Tuesday it may rewrite or undo Trump-era rules for certain mortgages. Consumer groups say those rules may lead banks to make riskier loans.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 24 @ 3:16 pm

Gap to invest $140 million to build Texas warehouse as online sales swell

The Longview, Texas, warehouse will be able to process 1 million packages per day as Gap tries to double its online business over the next two years.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 24 @ 12:43 pm

Weekly mortgage application volume drops 11% as rates spike and Texas power outages hurt demand

Total mortgage application volume fell 11.4% compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 24 @ 7:00 am

December home prices rose 10.4%, the biggest gain in 7 years, Case-Shiller says

December is usually the slowest month for the housing market, but price gains didn’t slow down one bit in 2020.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 23 @ 9:00 am

New York Attorney General Letitia James says Trump Supreme Court ruling won’t affect her tax probe

The New York attorney general and Manhattan DA are separately investigating President Donald Trump and his company.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 22 @ 4:13 pm

More Americans are looking to move as remote work gains acceptance during Covid pandemic

Twenty-eight percent of Americans have considered relocating during the pandemic, NPD said.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 22 @ 2:12 pm

Ready to book your summer rental on Nantucket? You’re too late

The run on Nantucket real estate last summer is now causing a shortage of both homes for sale and rentals, and prices for both are going through the roof. 

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 19 @ 11:19 am

Existing home sales rise slightly in January, but record low supply weighs on market

After a brief pullback in December, homebuyers returned to the market, although they are still being hampered by record low supply.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 19 @ 10:18 am

Dropbox slips to a loss after taking $400 million real estate hit due to remote work

In October Dropbox said all employees would mainly work remotely instead of in offices. That’s coming at a cost.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 18 @ 5:25 pm

Lumber prices top $1,000 for the first time as single-family housing starts drop 12%

Consumers want more newly built, affordable homes, but builders are finding that hard to deliver, especially as prices for framing lumber spike ever higher.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 18 @ 12:00 pm

‘Hard landing’ for Dubai property means it’s now a buyer’s market, says UAE developer Damac

Dubai’s real estate market has made a “hard landing” but lower prices may be a good time for investors looking to buy, said Hussain Sajwani, Damac chairman.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 18 @ 6:09 am

Dubai’s property market will remain weak for the next two years, says UAE developer Damac

Damac Properties’ chairman, Hussain Sajwani, says the company is unlikely to start many new projects in the current environment.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 18 @ 4:08 am

Homebuilder confidence improves, despite record high lumber prices

Buyer demand for newly built homes continues to surge, and that is keeping builder confidence high even as building material prices climb.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 17 @ 10:12 am

Mortgage demand falls further as rates rise at the fastest pace in months

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 17 @ 7:00 am

Former President Trump faces serious criminal, civil investigations after White House

Former President Donald Trump was acquitted at his Senate impeachment trial. But he still faces potential legal liabilities in a number of probes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 4:40 pm

Here’s how this couple paid off their $300,000 mortgage in 5 years

Rob and Reshawn Lee put 10% down on their dream home in Dallas. Five years later, the couple have paid off their mortgage.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 3:16 pm

Homeowners can now defer mortgage payments for an extra 6 months—here’s how to tell if you’re covered

Biden directed federal housing regulators to extend forbearance and foreclosure relief programs for U.S. homeowners on Tuesday.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 1:17 pm

Biden extends protections for homeowners. Here’s what you need to know

Struggling homeowners received some welcome news on Tuesday, with the Biden administration announcing it will extend forbearance and foreclosure relief.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 11:46 am

Britain will build its first hydrogen fueled homes by April, offering public a glimpse of the future

The project is part of a wider effort to decarbonize the U.K.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 10:34 am

Retailers trade Fifth Ave. for Worth Ave. as Palm Beach scene thrives with Americans heading South

Retailers, restaurants and other business owners want to be where the people are. And people are moving to South Florida in droves.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 10:07 am

Chase doubles housing grant program as American banks reckon with low minority homeownership

Chase Bank will double its Homebuyer Grant in an effort to foster homeownership among Black and Latino communities.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 8:00 am

EV charging to solar panels: How connected tech is changing the homes we live in

Solar panels and home-based electric vehicle chargers could become common sights in the years ahead.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 16 @ 5:21 am

Building materials maker Azek raises outlook on hopes of continued housing boom

Azek, a maker of sustainable building materials, saw revenues grow 28% last quarter amid a red-hot market and raised its guidance for the current fiscal year.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 12 @ 7:39 pm

Bidding wars are off the charts, as home listings fall to a record low

Bidding wars are off the charts, even as home prices are rising rapidly.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 12 @ 10:39 am

Strength of housing market has broadened out, says CEO of homebuilder Taylor Morrison

Demand for new homes was initially strongest among millennials but has since spread across all age groups, Taylor Morrison CEO Sheryl Palmer told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 11 @ 7:48 pm

Zillow hopes to turn flood of real estate porn users during Covid into actual sales

The challenge is to “increasingly turn more of that shopping and dreaming traffic into transactions,” Zillow CEO Richard Barton told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 11 @ 2:16 pm

Google touts affordable housing, local shops in new Mountain View campus proposal 

The latest proposal ups housing units in one of the region’s largest residential projects to-date.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 10 @ 12:51 pm

Thinking of a new wooden deck for spring? It may bust your budget

The cost of lumber is going through the roof, and that is hitting the housing industry on all fronts. From homebuilders to renovation contractors to DIYers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 10 @ 11:50 am

Mortgage demand drops as interest rates hit a three-month high

Mortgage interest rates have increased in four of the first six weeks of 2021, putting a chill on mortgage demand.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 10 @ 7:00 am

Mortgage delinquencies sink to pandemic low, but distress is far from over

Mortgage delinquencies have dropped to the lowest level since the start of the pandemic, but the numbers don’t appear to be improving much anymore.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 9 @ 12:04 pm

European warehouse demand surges as e-commerce giants like Amazon and Alibaba snap up space

Big investors are pouring money into warehouses in Europe as online shopping for goods — some all the way from China — takes off in the wake of the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 8 @ 7:34 pm

Inside Factory OS, the Big Tech-backed modular home company looking to solve the affordable housing crisis

The United States is facing a severe shortage of affordable housing. Factory-built homes are one solution that could reduce construction costs dramatically.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 7 @ 9:00 am

Why millions of Americans are now tapping credit unions for loans

Millions of Americans are now tapping credit unions for mortgages and all types of loans which typically offer lower fees and interest rates.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 4 @ 9:02 am

Want to own an apartment building? Buy a distressed hotel for pennies on the dollar

Real estate developers are buying distressed hotels for bargain prices and converting them to more lucrative and much-needed affordable housing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 4 @ 8:56 am

Mortgage refinancing suddenly surges, but homebuyers stall due to sticker shock

Mortgage rates fell for the first time in nearly a month, and that lit a fire under current borrowers who may have thought they missed the boat on refinancing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 3 @ 7:00 am

Amazon unveils design for ‘Helix’ office building at HQ2 — here’s what it will look like

The standout feature of the design proposal for HQ2 includes “The Helix,” a unique tower that will serve as an alternative workspace for Amazon employees.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • February 2 @ 9:56 am

Americans are flocking to the suburbs — here’s how much you need to earn to buy a house

The pandemic-induced run on housing has fueled a national affordability crisis for many would-be home buyers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 31 @ 9:15 am

December pending home sales drop as buyers face record high prices and low supply

Homebuyers signed fewer contracts to buy existing homes in December, as record high prices and record low supply stood in the way of strong demand.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 29 @ 10:00 am

The Fed won’t keep interest rates near zero forever — here’s what to do now

The Fed is giving consumers a chance to take advantage of rock-bottom rates.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 27 @ 2:01 pm

Nearly one-third of U.S. homes are at high risk of natural disaster, study says

Twenty-two weather- or climate-related disasters each resulted in at least $1 billion in damages last year, the NOAA says.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 27 @ 10:39 am

Nearly one third of U.S. homes are at high risk of natural disaster, a new study says

In 2020, there were 22 weather- or climate-related disasters that each resulted in at least $1 billion in damages, the NOAA says.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 27 @ 10:04 am

Weekly mortgage demand falls, but size of average homebuyer loan hits record

Sharp gains in home prices and a slight rise in interest rates combined to weaken demand for mortgages last week.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 27 @ 7:00 am

America’s top-tier malls were resilient but values are now crumbling, down 45% from 2016 levels, Green Street

The commercial real estate services firm Green Street estimates so-called A-rated mall values have tumbled roughly 45% from 2016 levels.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 26 @ 3:37 pm

November home prices rose 9.5%, one of the highest gains on record, Case-Shiller says

Strong growth in home prices is showing no signs of abating, thanks to high buyer demand and a record low supply of homes for sale.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 26 @ 9:00 am

Why ‘tax the rich’ policies may make sense in a K-shaped economy

Some state officials want to raise taxes on the wealthy to plug Covid-era budget gaps. The policy meshes with an unequal pandemic recovery, economists say.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 26 @ 8:30 am

Nearly 20% of renters in America are behind on their payments

As of the January rent bill, more than 10 million Americans will be behind on their rent, meaning 18% of all renters are in danger of being evicted.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 25 @ 12:10 pm

Existing home sales in 2020 hit highest point since 2006, but listings are at a record low

Pandemic-driven demand drove total 2020 home sales to the highest level since 2006.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 22 @ 10:26 am

Existing home sales rise 0.7% in December — total 2020 sales were the highest since 2006

Pandemic-driven demand drove total 2020 home sales to the highest level since 2006.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 22 @ 10:14 am

States will soon start giving out $25 billion in rental assistance. How to apply

States will soon start giving out billions in rental assistance. Here’s what you need to know if you’re struggling.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 22 @ 10:03 am

These are the five hottest – and three coldest – markets for home prices in 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed not only how we live but where we live, and that has upended some of the usual trends in housing markets.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 21 @ 1:34 pm

Offices are the top choice for Asia-Pacific property investors in 2021, survey finds

Asia-Pacific’s real estate investors are most likely to put money into offices in 2021, according to a survey by property investment firm Colliers International.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 20 @ 11:28 pm

Biden extends the national ban on evictions through March 2021

President Joe Biden on Wednesday extended the federal ban on housing evictions through March 2021 in one of his first acts following inauguration.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 20 @ 7:19 pm

Biden expected to extend the national ban on evictions through March 2021

President Joe Biden on Wednesday plans to extend the federal ban on housing evictions through March 2021 in one of his first acts following inauguration.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 20 @ 12:39 pm

Spike in lumber and land prices causes homebuilder confidence to fall from epic high

The rising costs of getting homes built is making builders less optimistic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 20 @ 10:16 am

Weekly mortgage refinance demand drops 5% after rates hit highest level since November

Several weeks of rising rates are dousing what was incredibly high demand for refinancing, according to Mortgage Bankers Association data.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 20 @ 7:00 am

Biden looks to give a big boost to homebuyers and builders

President-elect Joe Biden’s housing agenda is focused on affordability. Changes to mortgage lending and home construction will be key.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 19 @ 2:40 pm

How Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is luring tech players from Silicon Valley and New York

Suarez’s schedule and phone have blown up since he accidentally launched a Twitter campaign to make Miami the latest innovation hub in early December.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 17 @ 9:00 am

Manhattan apartment rentals nearly doubled in December

“It’s a baby step in the right direction,” said Jonathan Miller, CEO of appraisal and research firm Miller Samuel. “The metrics are still very weak.”

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 14 @ 10:53 am

New York City may turn vacant retail space into Covid testing sites, says real estate mogul

Converting vacant retail space into rapid testing sites could help people feel comfortable going back to restaurants, real estate executive William Rudin said.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 13 @ 10:45 am

Mortgage refinance demand spikes 20% as borrowers fear missing out on record-low rates

After setting more than a dozen record lows last year, mortgage rates began 2021 on an upward climb. That lit a fire under borrowers hoping to refinance.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 13 @ 7:00 am

How this couple paid off their $195,000 mortgage in under 4 years

Andy and Nicole Hill bought a 2,600-square-foot home just outside of Detroit at the end of 2013. They paid it off in November 2017.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 12 @ 12:13 pm

Climate change has cost the U.S. billions of dollars in flood damage, study finds

Extreme rainfall fueled by climate change has caused nearly $75 billion in flood damage in the U.S. in the past three decades, a new study shows.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 11 @ 3:00 pm

Op-ed: Reform our bankruptcy laws before a tsunami of Covid debt comes due

When collection moratoria end, there will be a tsunami of foreclosures, evictions, and collection actions, writes Georgetown University Law Professor Adam J. Levitin.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 11 @ 9:04 am

Improvement in Covid-related mortgage bailouts drops dramatically along with job losses

More borrowers are getting current on their mortgages again, after falling behind on payments due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the improvement is slowing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 8 @ 12:47 pm

Buyers and sellers are substantially more pessimistic about the housing market, as Covid cases surge again

After a strong surge in home sales over the past six months, suddenly consumers are concerned about the overall health of the housing market.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 7 @ 11:41 am

Congress approves $25 billion in rental assistance. Here’s how to apply

Congress has established a $25 billion fund to help people who’ve fallen behind on their rent in the pandemic. Wondering if you qualify, and how to apply?

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 7 @ 8:53 am

Op-ed: Harnessing market forces for good can ease America’s growing housing crisis

At a time when staying home has been so essential to protecting our health and communities, an alarming number of families are in danger of eviction, write Bobby Turner and Chris Paul.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 6 @ 2:44 pm

What a Democratic-controlled Congress could mean for renters struggling amid the pandemic

If Democrats take control of the Senate, a number of relief measures for renters struggling amid the pandemic will have a better chance of happening.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 6 @ 1:46 pm

Homebuilding stocks ‘are not as strong as they once were,’ but these derivative names could still see g

“Housing is still a great theme for 2021,” but the rally in building stocks may have run its course, said JC O’Hara of MKM Partners.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 6 @ 10:44 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers pulled back sharply, even as rates ended 2020 near record low

The stunning surge in home buying demand, brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, may finally be easing up.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 6 @ 7:00 am

Snowflake CEO says Covid has shown old approach to working at the office is ‘nonsense’

“It’s really going to reduce the real estate footprint that companies have,” Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 5 @ 3:07 pm

Mall of America is no longer delinquent on $1.4 billion mortgage

Mall of America is current again on its $1.4 billion mortgage, after missing months of payments during the Covid crisis with stores shut down.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 5 @ 12:14 pm

The Mall of America no longer delinquent on $1.4 billion mortgage

The Mall of America is current again on its $1.4 billion mortgage, after missing months of payments during the Covid crisis with stores shut down.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 5 @ 11:10 am

China’s electric carmakers are paying top dollar to snap up prime storefronts

China’s commercial property developers are turning to new clients to fill spaces, many left vacant as the coronavirus pandemic hit businesses.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 4 @ 9:36 pm

Chinese electric carmakers snap up storefronts as property developers pursue new strategies

China’s commercial property developers are turning to new clients to fill spaces, many left vacant as the shock of the coronavirus pandemic hit businesses.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 4 @ 8:27 pm

Republican senators in Georgia runoffs get late boost from real estate, Wall Street donors

Wall Street and real estate executives are making a late push into Georgia Senate runoffs mainly to help the two Republican incumbents.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 4 @ 12:49 pm

Home prices are rising faster in the middle of the U.S. as Covid drives people away from coasts

Home prices are rising across the nation, but the usual geographical trends are being turned on their heads by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 4 @ 10:19 am

Brookfield Asset Management offers to take Brookfield Property private in $5.9 billion deal

Brookfield Asset Management said Monday it has proposed to take its commercial real estate arm Brookfield Property Partners private in a $5.9 billion deal.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • January 4 @ 8:08 am

Ignore the tech naysayers — San Francisco isn’t dying

Despite the high-profile departures, the tech industry still has deep roots in the Bay Area.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 24 @ 9:12 am

$2,000 or $600 stimulus checks? How far each would go toward paying the rent

Washington lawmakers are battling over how much to include in second stimulus checks. Data show just how far $600 or $2,000 will go toward U.S. rents.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 24 @ 7:53 am

November new home sales fall more than expected, builder stocks drop

Sales of newly built homes came in far weaker than expected for November, and builder stocks are not taking it well.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 23 @ 11:19 am

Miami’s commercial real estate boom picks up steam as pandemic pushes companies to seek new digs

Alex Rodriguez, the baseball superstar-turned-developer, said the Miami market is “a rocket ship” since Covid started.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 23 @ 8:38 am

Homebuyer demand for mortgages eases to end a record-breaking 2020

Mortgage demand ended the year significantly higher than 2019, but appears to be cooling off a little for the holidays.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 23 @ 7:00 am

Existing home sales decline for the first time in 5 months as prices rise and supply falls

After five consecutive months of gains, closed sales of existing homes turned lower in November from October.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 22 @ 10:48 am

Existing home sales declined for the first time in 5 months in November as prices rose and supply fell

After five consecutive months of gains, closed sales of existing homes turned lower in November month-to-month.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 22 @ 10:00 am

Rental assistance in new Covid relief plan is not enough, experts warn

The $900 billion economic relief bill carves out a slice for renters and landlords, but some economists claim it is not enough.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 21 @ 2:55 pm

National eviction ban will be extended through January in stimulus deal

A coronavirus aid deal lawmakers struck on Sunday will extend the national eviction ban through January and includes $25 billion in rental assistance.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 21 @ 1:42 pm

Home flipping profits are the highest in 20 years, but fewer are doing it

While home flipping activity overall dropped in the third quarter of this year, gross returns for flippers soared to the highest level in 20 years.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 17 @ 12:23 pm

China rental company’s shares have cratered 76% this year as the shine of debt-fueled growth fades

Danke, a Chinese residential rental company, has a debt-dependent business model that is showing signs of strain.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 16 @ 9:36 pm

Even without a stimulus deal, the Fed, which held interest rates near zero, can help everyday Americans. Here’s h

The Federal Reserve remains committed to providing financial help for those who are struggling amid the coronavirus crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 16 @ 2:09 pm

Homebuilder confidence drops from record high as rising prices hit buyers

Homebuilder confidence in the single-family housing market pulled back in December. Builders say they are concerned that buyers are feeling shock.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 16 @ 10:17 am

Refinance demand jumps 105% annually, as mortgage rates set 15th record low of 2020

Mortgage demand was flat last week, despite record low rates, but demand is substantially higher than it was last year.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 16 @ 7:00 am

A little goes a long way: Just $100 in savings can help families stay afloat

Families with more than $100 in savings are better able to avoid high-cost borrowing, keep utilities on and are more financially satisfied than those with less.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 14 @ 11:06 am

Texas governor says companies moving headquarters to the state has turned into a ‘tidal wave’

“They are looking for a state that gives them the independence, the autonomy and the freedom to chart their own course,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 11 @ 6:42 pm

CBRE CEO says he expects at least 80% of office occupancy to return post-pandemic

“We think by the second half of next year, you’ll see much more activity in office buildings,” CBRE CEO Bob Sulentic told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 11 @ 4:44 pm

Oracle is moving its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas

Oracle is the latest tech company to relocate from California to Austin, Texas.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 11 @ 4:44 pm

Buying a house? Here’s where all-cash deals are most competitive

All-cash home sales, which sellers favor, are rising in certain regions and at certain price points.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 11 @ 3:01 pm

Here’s how the eviction crisis could increase the spread of Covid in the US

Evictions cause coronavirus cases and deaths to spike, one study found. CNBC talked to the researchers about why that is and what could be done to prevent it.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 11 @ 11:14 am

Avoid these mistakes when divvying up assets in a divorce

If you are considering divorce or are already in the midst of it, be aware that division-of-asset mistakes can result in unanticipated taxes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 10 @ 8:00 am

Homeowners are $1 trillion richer thanks to the pandemic-driven housing boom

Soaring home prices are padding the pockets of millions of homeowners across the nation. As prices rise, home equity multiplies.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 10 @ 8:00 am

Renters return to Manhattan, driving 30% gain in new leases in November

The jump suggests that the outflow of residents from Manhattan, which began in March, may be turning, as lower prices attract new renters.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 10 @ 12:01 am

Trend shows home price growth at record high, rising at fastest pace since early 2000s

The Economic Cycle Research Institute’s Lakshman Achuthan highlights a chart showing inflation-adjusted home prices have surpassed the housing bubble’s peak.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 9 @ 8:00 pm

Next stimulus package may include eviction moratorium and $25 billion in rental assistance

In a summary of bipartisan legislation circulated on Wednesday, lawmakers included an eviction ban until February and $25 billion in rental assistance.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 9 @ 1:46 pm

Mortgage rates set 14th record low of the year, driving even more refinance demand

Mortgage rates fell even more, and that is causing a surge in mortgage refinancing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 9 @ 7:00 am

Here are some smart money moves to make before the end of the year

For many, 2020 was a challenging year. That might prompt you to look at your financial situation differently. Advisors say these money moves still make sense.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 8 @ 8:30 am

Redfin CEO says the booming Covid housing market can get even hotter

“Today, we are definitely inventory-constrained. There aren’t enough homes for people to buy,” Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 7 @ 7:01 pm

Manhattan apartment seller takes $12 million loss on Billionaires’ Row condo

The multimillion-dollar loss highlights the wealth destruction experienced by buyers who paid top dollar for the glamorous midtown super-towers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 7 @ 11:59 am

The CDC banned evictions. Tens of thousands have still occurred

As the country was headed into an unprecedented housing crisis, the CDC banned most evictions. Many renters are still being forced to leave their homes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 5 @ 10:12 am

Beware the Covid cliff: Here are the CARES Act benefits coming to an end this year

Several relief measures are set to expire at the end of the year, including a ban on evictions, unemployment benefits and the pause in student loan payments.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 4 @ 8:00 am

Mortgage refinancing is hot, but using your home as an ATM is not

While millions of Americans have already refinanced their home loans this year, very few of them have taken cash out in the process.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 2 @ 11:06 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers spikes 28%, and the average loan amount sets a record high

Mortgage applications to purchase a home jumped dramatically last week as interest rates sat at a record low, and buyers didn’t take a holiday.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • December 2 @ 7:00 am

October pending home sales fall unexpectedly, as high prices take their toll on buyers

Strong, pandemic-induced demand for housing is still there, but buyers may now be hitting an affordability wall.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 30 @ 10:00 am

Evictions have led to hundreds of thousands of additional Covid-19 cases, research finds

Expiring state eviction bans have led to hundreds of thousands of additional coronavirus cases, new research finds.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 27 @ 10:58 am

How to break the late rent, missed mortgage payment cycle

As many as 35 million Americans face eviction due to an inability to make housing payments. Here’s a step-by-step plan to keep yourself in your home, for good.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 27 @ 9:00 am

Buying a home: Why it’s harder for younger generations than their parents

A report by the Urban Institute estimates 3.4 millennials would be homeowners had the rate of homeownership kept up with previous generations. 

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 25 @ 10:30 am

Another record low mortgage rate just caused demand to jump for both refinances and home purchases

Mortgage interest rates have set record lows more than a dozen times this year, and last week there was yet another. That caused mortgage applications to rise.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 25 @ 7:00 am

A record 19.4 million homeowners can now save big on a mortgage refinance, as rates hit another new low

Homeowners now have unprecedented potential to save on their monthly payments through a mortgage refinance.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 24 @ 11:39 am

Home prices see biggest spike in 6 years in September, according to S&P Case Shiller

Strong, Covid-induced demand from homebuyers over the summer caused an exceptionally strong spike in home prices

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 24 @ 9:00 am

Former subprime player claims he can now short the mortgage market for climate and Covid risks

Climate change and Covid are creating huge risks for widespread defaults on home loans.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 23 @ 11:16 am

Trump International Hotel Washington DC sale put on indefinite hold

The Trump Organization hired Jones Lang LaSalle to shop the hotel to potential buyers last fall hoping for a price of about $500 million.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 19 @ 3:49 pm

12 million Americans set to lose unemployment benefits by year’s end

Unemployment benefits will terminate for millions of workers at the end of the year, just as rent and student loan protections lapse, absent federal extensions.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 19 @ 2:02 pm

October existing home sales see ‘spectacular’ 26.6% annual gain even with short supply and surging pric

Sales of existing homes in October soared well past expectations, rising 4.3% compared with September and 26.6% annually.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 19 @ 10:00 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers surges after election pause

November is not historically a strong season for homebuying, but this one, like the rest of 2020, isn’t following any rules.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 18 @ 7:00 am

$160 million mansion will be the most expensive ever auctioned

The nine-acre estate, called Villa Firenze, will be sold to the highest bidder by Concierge Auction next month.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 17 @ 12:20 pm

Homebuilder confidence in November shatters record high, as buyers keep fleeing for the suburbs

In November, builder confidence in the construction market for single-family homes soared to its third record high in as many months.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 17 @ 10:00 am

Op-ed: Don’t let inflation destroy those retirement plans

As you think about what might impact your retirement, keep inflation in mind. The pandemic has caused changes that will raise costs for years. Plan ahead now.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 17 @ 8:30 am

Housing stocks look sound, but trader warns of weaknesses starting to form

Miller Tabak’s Matt Maley says housing stocks look sound fundamentally but he warns of weaknesses starting to form.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 12 @ 8:30 am

Big drop in Manhattan apartment prices begins to lure back younger renters

Manhattan real estate may be turning the corner. New rentals rose for the first time in over a year and sales activity has started to creep higher.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 12 @ 12:01 am

Rocket Companies CEO: Tech investments drove record loan volume in Q3

Rocket Companies CEO Jay Farner said the lender saw $30 billion in closed volume in the month of October, double what it saw in the beginning of 2020.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 11 @ 7:06 pm

You don’t have to own houses to profit from real estate. Here’s how wealth advisor Josh Brown invests i

Choosing investment properties is better left to the professionals, according to wealth advisor Josh Brown. Here’s how Josh Brown invests in real estate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 11 @ 12:32 pm

Mortgage demand from homebuyers drops to lowest level in 6 months

Another record low interest rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage did not help drag homebuyers out of their recent slump.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 11 @ 7:00 am

Rental fraud warnings jump 30% due to coronavirus pandemic

A sharp increase in the use of online rental applications since the start of the coronavirus pandemic has caused a consequent jump in red flags for fraud.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 10 @ 12:59 pm

SoftBank is reportedly considering moving its Vision Fund from London to Abu Dhabi

SoftBank is considering moving its Vision Fund from London to Abu Dhabi, according to a report from The Financial Times.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 10 @ 5:41 am

Housing stocks see split reaction on coronavirus vaccine news, as mortgage rates jump

Homebuilder stocks are taking a hit on Pfizer’s promising coronavirus vaccine news, while apartment REITs are finally crawling out of the basement.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 9 @ 11:54 am

Zillow shares jump after online real estate company blows past estimates and provides optimistic forecast

Zillow continues to benefit from the movement towards remote work and low interest rates.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 5 @ 5:30 pm

Fed holds rates near zero — here’s how that benefits Americans and their wallets

The central bank’s approach to interest rates could help cash-strapped Americans, even without a second round of stimulus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 5 @ 2:00 pm

Rents in big cities are falling due to Covid. Here’s how to negotiate your monthly payment

The coronavirus pandemic has sent rents lower, especially in large coastal cities, making it a great time for renters to negotiate deals with landlords.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 5 @ 12:23 pm

Can’t pay your rent? Here are your options

Coming up with rent has been a struggle for many Americans during the pandemic. Despite the difficult times, there are options for tenants.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 5 @ 12:03 pm

Homeowners and buyers are the real winners in this election

Mortgage rates just set the 12th record low of this year, and volatility surrounding the election is a key reason why.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 5 @ 11:37 am

Jumbo and FHA mortgage rates set record lows, juicing refinance demand

Record low rates for both larger loans and low down-payment loans drove an increase in mortgage demand last week.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 4 @ 7:00 am

Swing states with the highest and lowest coronavirus mortgage bailouts

Some battleground states are seeing a higher share of mortgage borrowers in bailout trouble, likely due to higher levels of Covid-related unemployment.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 3 @ 2:19 pm

Leaving New York: High earners in finance and tech explain why they left the ‘world’s greatest cityR

The coronavirus pandemic has increased migration from high-cost places like New York to sunnier, low-tax states including Texas and Florida.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 31 @ 9:53 am

Smaller American cities see big interest from urban flight

Americans are increasingly looking to leave large urban centers for smaller, less dense cities with cheaper housing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 30 @ 11:26 am

Earnings for apartment owners show the pain of urban flight

Decidedly weak quarterly earnings reports from major apartment REITs this week paint a bleak picture for some of the largest urban rental markets.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 29 @ 12:12 pm

There was a surprise drop in September home sales as buyers were priced out

Potential homebuyers may be hitting the limit of what they can afford. Pending home sales fell 2.2% in September compared with August.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 29 @ 9:07 am

Real estate fintech CoreLogic receives multiple potential bids at more than $80 a share, sources say

Property data and analytics firm CoreLogic has received multiple takeover bids at north of $80 a share.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 28 @ 9:19 am

Homebuyer demand may have peaked as mortgage applications eke out a weekly gain

Homebuyer demand had mortgage lenders incredibly busy over the summer, but that may have now peaked. Mortgage applications to purchase a home were essentially flat last week, after falling for four straight weeks before.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 28 @ 6:00 am

Reddit won’t lower employee pay if they move out of high-cost cities like San Francisco

The social media company will also allow employees to work remotely.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 27 @ 3:36 pm

Home prices in August see biggest gains in more than two years, S&P Case Shiller says

Strong demand and very limited supply of homes have caused home price gains to accelerate dramatically.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 27 @ 8:00 am

A British university is testing new low-carbon tech that could cut heating costs

Homes old and new are being fitted with kit designed to make them more efficient.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 23 @ 5:56 am

Redfin CEO expects ‘absolutely insane’ demand in housing market to last into 2021

“There’s no way it can last forever. This level of demand is absolutely insane,” Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 22 @ 2:54 pm

September existing home sales jump 9.4%, but ‘prices are rising too fast’ as supply remains tight

The inventory of homes for sale fell 19.2% annually to just 1.47 million homes for sale at the end of September.

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  • October 22 @ 9:38 am

Hamptons real estate prices break records as New York City wealthy flee to the beach

The average sales price in the Hamptons soared 46% in the quarter, to just over $2 million, according to a report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel.

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  • October 22 @ 9:04 am

September existing home sales jump 9.5%, but ‘prices are rising too fast’ as supply remains tight

The inventory of homes for sale fell 19.2% annually to just 1.47 million homes for sale at the end of September.

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  • October 22 @ 9:00 am

Retrofitting homes could be vital if governments want to hit aggressive emissions targets  

As concerns about the environment and sustainability mount, many properties will need to be modified.

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  • October 21 @ 8:34 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers falls for the fourth straight week

Homebuyer demand is incredibly strong compared with last year, but there appears to be a slight pullback this month.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 21 @ 6:00 am

Prominent New York hotel developer Chang’s businesses received millions in PPP loans

Companies controlled by one of New York’s most prominent hotel developers received millions of dollars in loans from a government program intended to support small businesses as the coronavirus hammered the economy.

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  • October 20 @ 12:34 pm

This chef got Covid, got laid off and then became a homebuilder

As housing demand soars, the acute labor shortage in the home construction business is providing new opportunities to unemployed workers in other fields.

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  • October 20 @ 11:12 am

This chef got Covid-19, got laid off and then became a homebuilder

As housing demand soars, the acute labor shortage in the home construction business is providing new opportunities to unemployed workers in other fields.

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  • October 20 @ 10:29 am

Make these money moves during the coronavirus pandemic, says NFL linebacker Brandon Copeland

New England Patriots player Brandon Copeland has teamed up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to shed light on resources available to Americans during the Covid-19 crisis.

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  • October 20 @ 6:00 am

Homebuilder sentiment sets another record high in October

The nation’s homebuilders are seeing no fall chill in demand from buyers, and that has the industry more confident than ever.

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  • October 19 @ 9:00 am

She waited half a year for her unemployment benefits. What that delay cost her

One airport bartender applied for unemployment benefits at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but didn’t receive them for six months. Here’s how the delay upended her life.

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  • October 17 @ 9:00 am

Bringing the outside into the office: Coronavirus bolsters push towards healthier building design

The coronavirus pandemic has bolstered corporate interest in redesigning work space to simulate nature, have better air filtration systems and use more sustainable materials, according to some office designers.

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  • October 17 @ 9:00 am

Kamala Harris attends virtual fundraiser hosted by execs at real estate giant Related Companies

Sen. Kamala Harris took part in a big-money virtual fundraiser with the leaders of Related Companies, one of the biggest real estate investors.

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  • October 16 @ 5:00 pm

Hotels on demand: Operators are selling ‘subscriptions’ to lure back visitors

InterContinental Hotels Group, Marriott and Accor are among the major names that have launched or are considering monthly payment plans, as the hotel industry tries to attract restless remote workers ready for a change of scene.

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  • October 16 @ 4:12 am

‘Hottest real estate market in the world’ may be Palm Beach, Florida, brokers say

Home sales in Palm Beach tripled in the third quarter as the wealthy fled the cities and higher-tax states of the Northeast, according to a new report.

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  • October 15 @ 10:53 am

Here are some mortgage refinancing options, even for people with bad credit

“Regardless of credit, it’s still worthwhile looking into refinancing as an exercise to save money over time,” said Lauren Anastasio, a certified financial planner at SoFi, an online personal finance company.

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  • October 15 @ 10:47 am

How one family’s nightmare illustrates the growing threat of real estate wire fraud

One Northern California family preparing to buy a house got the shock of their lives. Money meant for the closing was hijacked, diverted to China and almost lost forever.

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  • October 15 @ 10:00 am

Mortgage rates set yet another record low, but applications fall

Borrowers are clearly used to hearing that mortgage rates set another record low because last week’s dip did nothing to spur mortgage demand.

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  • October 14 @ 6:00 am

Shares of China property developer Evergrande dive after announcing discounted new share sale

The cash-strapped company was downgraded by ratings agency S&P Global Rating from “stable” to “negative” recently due to weak liquidity.

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  • October 13 @ 11:22 pm

Dropbox is the latest San Francisco tech company to make remote work permanent

San Francisco-based Dropbox announced Tuesday that will stop asking employees to come into its offices and instead make remote work the standard practice.

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  • October 13 @ 2:10 pm

Global housing market is holding up well despite the pandemic, Jefferies strategist says

The global real estate space has largely held its own in the face of an unprecedented economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic, and that’s been a boon for policymakers, says Jefferies’ Sean Darby.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 12 @ 9:19 pm

Covid drives historic demand for life sciences real estate and these REITs, report says

Rents are rising for lab space, vacancies are plunging and research and development, and employment and new development are expanding further, thanks to strong venture capital investment. 

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 9 @ 9:35 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts fall below 3 million for the first time since April

The number of mortgages in active pandemic-related bailouts plunged as the first wave of forbearance plans hit the end of their six-month term.

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  • October 9 @ 8:39 am

Netflix is reportedly set to triple London office space with new headquarters

Netflix is planning to take over a lease on an 87,000-square-foot building from outsourcing giant Capita, according to a report from Bloomberg.

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  • October 9 @ 5:46 am

Red hot home prices have more consumers saying now is a bad time to buy

Demand for housing has been unusually strong, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and supply is historically lean. That is a recipe for high prices, which are now beginning to take their toll on potential homebuyers’ confidence.

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  • October 8 @ 12:22 pm

Empty rental apartments in Manhattan triple, nearly hitting 16,000

With the glut of empty New York City apartments, landlords are being forced to offer ever-higher incentives and ever-lower rents to entice tenants.

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  • October 8 @ 8:50 am

JPMorgan Chase makes $30 billion commitment to help close America’s racial wealth gap

Banks, which have historically contributed to inequality through now-banned practices including redlining, are hoping to be part of the solution to society’s problems.

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  • October 7 @ 11:01 pm

Mortgage rates set another record low, sparking new strength in refinances

Mortgage rates moved even lower last week, after setting multiple record lows over the last several months. That caused more borrowers to call their lenders and apply for a refinance, but it did not motivate homebuyers quite as much. 

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  • October 7 @ 6:00 am

Asia’s largest junk bonds are riskier than ever — and Chinese property developers may be feeling the heat

The rising debt of Chinese property developers are in the spotlight amid concerns about the liquidity issues at one of the top developers, China’s Evergrande.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 6 @ 10:23 pm

Airbnb faces calls for stricter enforcement of short-term rental rules in Ireland

Last July, regulations around short-term rentals came into effect with a “one host, one home” model that is enforced by local planning authorities.

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  • October 6 @ 12:49 am

Denver suddenly has one of the most competitive housing markets in America

Denver is experiencing its most competitive housing market in history, largely driven by the new work-from-anywhere culture of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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  • October 5 @ 11:11 am

This city now has one of the most competitive housing markets in America

Denver is experiencing its most competitive housing market in history, largely driven by the new work-from-anywhere culture of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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  • October 5 @ 10:04 am

Considering a home purchase in retirement? Here’s how to get a mortgage

Qualifying for a mortgage in retirement — when you’ve left a paycheck behind — is tricky, but with some planning it might be possible.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 3 @ 10:19 am

Millions of Americans may not be able to pay their rent in October. What to do if you’re one of them

The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for many Americans to generate income and, as a result, pay their rent. As many as 35 million people in the U.S. may face eviction. Here’s what to do if you’re at risk of losing your home.

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  • October 2 @ 11:01 am

Number of mortgages in coronavirus bailout program jumps 21,000 after declining for six straight weeks

As of Tuesday, roughly 3.6 million homeowners remain in pandemic-related forbearance plans, according to Black Knight, a mortgage technology and analytics firm.

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  • October 2 @ 6:36 am

Google abandoning a new Dublin office signals change for the commercial property markets

Google is a large presence in Dublin’s “Silicon Docks,” where it holds its European headquarters.

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  • October 2 @ 12:13 am

San Francisco rents plunge, showing strain from pandemic and wildfires

In September, the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco dropped more than 20% from a year ago, to $2,830, according to a report from Zumper.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 1 @ 11:30 am

Homes sold two weeks faster in September due to unusual surge in demand

There appears to be no seasonal slowdown in the housing market, as record-low mortgage rates and a pandemic-induced stay-at-home culture fuel demand.

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  • October 1 @ 10:04 am

These cities are at risk of a housing bubble as home prices inflate worldwide

Despite a global recession brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, home values around the world continue to rise, with some markets at risk of overheating.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 30 @ 11:22 am

August pending home sales soar to a record high, fueled by rock-bottom mortgage rates

Pending home sales rose 8.8% in August, reaching a record high pace, according to the National Association of Realtors survey, which dates back to January 2001. Sales were 24.2% higher than August 2019.

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  • September 30 @ 9:00 am

Mortgage demand falls nearly 5%, even as interest rates set another record low

Mortgage applications to purchase a home fell 2% for the week but were 22% higher than one year ago, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

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  • September 30 @ 6:01 am

Manhattan district attorney won’t try to enforce Trump tax return subpoena during appeals

The grand jury subpoena would compel accounting firm Mazars USA to turn over eight years of returns and other financial documents related to Trump and the Trump Organization.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 29 @ 12:07 pm

Home prices rose 4.8% in July, according to Case-Shiller index 

Strong demand from homebuyers in July, coupled with rock-bottom mortgage interest rates, caused home prices to accelerate in major markets across the nation.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 29 @ 8:00 am

Office real estate market will get back to pre-Covid level, in 2025: Cushman & Wakefield

It could be five years before the office real estate market returns to a pre-coronavirus level of occupancy, according to a new study from Cushman & Wakefield.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 27 @ 10:00 am

‘We have seen the economy start to pick up,’ says incoming CEO of Warren Buffett’s railroad

Katie Farmer, who will become the first female CEO of a major railroad, told CNBC Friday that there’s optimism on the horizon.

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  • September 25 @ 10:58 am

Here are the top 5 U.S. cities for retirement

Heading south for retirement may be your best bet, according to this report.

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  • September 25 @ 9:05 am

President Trump and siblings sued by niece Mary Trump, who claims they swindled her out of millions of dollars

The lawsuit comes on the heels of a best-selling tell-all book by Mary Trump that was scathingly critical of her uncle, the president.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 11:41 am

New home sales crush expectations, but the supply is running out

Exceptional demand for new and existing homes, brought on by the stay-at-home culture of the coronavirus pandemic, has the housing market severely depleted. Homebuilders are having trouble keeping up.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 10:44 am

A Roth IRA may help fund your home purchase. Here are the pros and cons

While you might be able to use up to $10,000 in Roth IRA earnings toward the purchase of a home — without paying taxes or penalties on the withdrawal — it’s important to know the rules that apply.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 9:18 am

Coronavirus pandemic fuels affordability crisis for homebuyers

Fierce competition for a limited supply of homes for sale has caused a surge in prices. Now, potential buyers are facing a national affordability crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 6:00 am

WeWork sells majority stake in its China business for $200 million as cost cutting continues

WeWork has sold a majority stake in its China business to existing shareholder Trustbridge Partners for $200 million.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 4:53 am

Judge orders Eric Trump to testify before election in New York attorney general probe of President Trump’s co

The New York attorney general’s office is probing whether the Trump Organization misstated the value of properties. They want to interview Eric Trump.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 23 @ 1:45 pm

New York attorney general opposes Eric Trump efforts to delay subpoena until after presidential election

The New York attorney general’s office is probing whether the Trump Organization misstated the value of properties. They want to interview Eric Trump.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 23 @ 10:56 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers now up 25% from a year ago

After a brief lull, mortgage demand surged ahead yet again even with the highest interest rates in several weeks.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 23 @ 6:01 am

Existing home sales jump to 14-year high, as prices set another record

After a record-setting July, the housing market still shows no sign of cooling off. Existing home sales rose to the highest level since December 2006.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 22 @ 9:00 am

Millions can’t pay rent. Landlords making less than $50,000 a year are caught in the middle

Low- and middle-income landlords get a big share of their annual income from rent, making them more vulnerable than higher-earning peers to a tenant’s inability to pay, according to the Hamilton Project.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 21 @ 1:40 pm

The new retirement living: More baby boomers shun housing mega-developments

Cookie-cutter homes for seniors in housing mega-developments may be on the way out as new boomer retirees redefine the idea of living and communities.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 21 @ 10:09 am

Home equity surges as demand soars and mortgage rates hover near lows

After a brief stall in home sales at the start of the pandemic, homebuyers came rushing back in — so fast that prices never even took a hit. In fact, the gains in prices accelerated quickly, causing home equity to soar even more.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 21 @ 9:08 am

Refinancing your mortgage will cost more thanks to an ‘adverse market’ fee

Homeowners who refinance their mortgage may end up paying a higher interest rate. This is because lenders may pass on some of the costs incurred from an “adverse market” fee that they will soon have to start paying on certain loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 18 @ 1:07 pm

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts drop 0.7%, the smallest drop in four weeks

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest numbers out of the coronavirus mortgage bailout program.

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  • September 18 @ 6:58 am

Government mortgage bailout numbers improve slowly, but the real test is ahead

The number of borrowers in government covid-related mortgage bailout programs is shrinking, but those in private-label or bank bailouts is rising.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 18 @ 5:58 am

Hmlet launches property listing marketplace with virtual reality tours: CEO

Hmlet Listed is a new product that aims to help more real estate partners scale up their rental listings, and its launch came during a “fantastic time” during the coronavirus pandemic, says Yoan Kamalski, cofounder and CEO of the Singapore-based co-living startup, Hmlet.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 18 @ 12:23 am

Eric Trump says he will comply with New York attorney general’s subpoena, but only after the 2020 election

“We won’t allow any entity or individual to dictate how our investigation will proceed or allow anyone to evade a lawful subpoena,” New York Attorney General Letitia James said in response to the Trump move.

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  • September 17 @ 4:01 pm

Why home prices may continue to push higher

CNBC’s Kelly Evans breaks down how the housing sector is faring with CNBC’s Diana Olick and Daryl Fairweather of Redfin.

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  • September 17 @ 12:34 pm

President of Manhattan’s biggest office landlord on NYC’s future after Covid

Commercial real estate stocks are bouncing back this week after taking a big hit. Shares of SL Green, Manhattan’s biggest office landlord, are up 14 percent. On Monday, SL Green unveiled a $3 billion, 77-story new office tower in midtown, showing the company is betting on a future that includes workers going back into the […]

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  • September 17 @ 8:03 am

U.S. housing starts total 1.416 million in August, vs 1.478 million expected

U.S. housing starts were expected to total 1.478 million in August, down slightly from the 1.496 million reported for the previous month. CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the data.

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  • September 17 @ 7:48 am

One under-the-radar play on the homebuilding boom is flashing a buy signal, trader says

With homebuilder sentiment hitting all-time highs on the back of demand for suburban housing, two traders reveal their favorite ways to play the space.

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  • September 17 @ 5:53 am

Homebuilding stocks jump on all-time high sentiment. Where to invest in the space

Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Michael Bapis of Vios Advisors at Rockefeller Capital Management flag some under-the-radar ways to play the housing boom. With CNBC’s Seema Mody.

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  • September 16 @ 2:43 pm

The Fed keeps rate steady. Here’s how that benefits short-term borrowers

Thanks to the central bank, short-term borrowing rates will stay near rock bottom but you may have to act quickly to get the most benefit. 

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  • September 16 @ 1:10 pm

NAHB: Homebuilder confidence hits all-time high

CNBC’s Diana Olick takes a look at the latest NAHB housing market index, including homebuilder sentiment and cost increases.

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  • September 16 @ 9:54 am

Homebuilder sentiment soars to record high, but lumber prices raise a red flag

Builder confidence in the market for single-family homes rose in September to the highest reading in the NAHB/Wells Fargo index’s 35-year history.

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  • September 16 @ 9:00 am

Mortgage demand dips as interest rates stall

Mortgage rates have stalled leading to borrows to back off a bit while rates are hovering near a record low. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • September 16 @ 6:45 am

Mortgage demand fell last week as interest rates stalled

With no major move in mortgage rates, there was no sudden incentive to refinance a home loan last week, so fewer people did.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 16 @ 6:00 am

Lennar exec chair on Q3 results: ‘It’s the best of the best times’

“This is a robust housing market,” Lennar Executive Chairman Stuart Miller said while breaking down the homebuilder’s latest quarterly results on “Mad Money.”

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 15 @ 6:37 pm

Chamath Palihapitiya unveils $4.8 billion SPAC deal for real estate startup Opendoor

Chamath Palihapitiya’s SPAC Social Capital Hedosophia II will acquire Opendoor, an online marketplace for buying and selling houses. Palihapitiya joins “Squawk Box” to discuss his vision for the deal.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 15 @ 8:06 am

Palihapitiya finds next ’10x idea’ with $4.8 billion SPAC deal for real estate start-up Opendoor

“These guys are my next 10x” idea,” Chamath Palihapitiya said in an interview with CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 15 @ 7:17 am

19.3 million people could qualify for refinancing—Here’s what to know about the market

The 30-year mortgage rate has dropped to a record low of 2.86 percent and 19.3 million borrowers qualify for refinancing. Andy Walden, Black Knight market research director, and CNBC’s Diana Olick discuss how many homeowners could qualify and how much they could save.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 11 @ 1:19 pm

Real estate CEO: NYC mayor must make streets safer, cleaner so people will want to return

“We don’t have a plan to build a better, brighter future for our city like we did post-9/11 and it’s eerily scary,” RXR Realty CEO Scott Rechler told CNBC on Friday.

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  • September 11 @ 10:59 am

Covid-19 mortgage bailouts decline slightly, but a new foreclosure crisis could be brewing

After a substantial decline last week, the number of borrowers in coronavirus-related mortgage bailout programs dropped by a lot less this week.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 11 @ 9:54 am

Borrowers extend bailouts as foreclosure risks rise

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on borrowers extend Covid-19 bailouts as foreclosure risk rises.

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  • September 11 @ 9:22 am

Here are the changing trends in the real estate market during the pandemic

Big cities across the country are seeing a rise in listings as people move to the suburbs. According real estate company Compass, search traffic has more than doubled with searches for outdoor spaces and pools up substantially since March. Robert Reffkin, CEO and founder of Compass, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.

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  • September 11 @ 6:45 am

Borrowers extend coronavirus mortgage bailouts as foreclosure risk rises

After dropping by nearly 150,000 last week, the total number of mortgages in active forbearance plans fell by only 66,000 this week, according to Black Knight. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • September 11 @ 6:37 am

The New York rental market is only getting worse as vacancies hit a record

CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on the weakening Manhattan rental market, as apartment vacancies hit a record while people flee the city amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • September 10 @ 5:11 pm

Mortgage lenders just saw record profit, and expect to do better in the next quarter

Mortgage rates set another record low last week, according to Freddie Mac. That should keep purchase and refinance mortgage demand high in coming months and add to what has already been record profit among the nation’s lenders.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 10 @ 1:18 pm

A record number of borrowers can now save on a mortgage refinance, as rates set another historic low

Mortgage rates just set another new low, according to Freddie Mac, and that means the number of borrowers who could benefit from a refinance hit a new all-time high. 

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 10 @ 1:13 pm

Realty Income on REITs amid the pandemic

CNBC’s Kelly Evans talks with Sumit Roy, CEO of Realty Income, about how rental properties are faring amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 10 @ 12:33 pm

How this couple retired at 29 years old

Joe and Ali Olson retired when they were 29 years old. The former teachers invested most of their income into real estate in the aftermath of the 2008 housing crisis. Once their properties generated enough income to replace their salaries, they quit their jobs. Here’s a detailed look at how the couple was able to […]

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  • September 10 @ 10:17 am

The CDC banned evictions, but some renters are still vulnerable

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made it illegal for landlords across the U.S. to evict tenants who can’t afford to pay their rent. But housing advocates say the measure is incomplete and still leaves renters at risk of losing their homes.

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  • September 10 @ 9:14 am

Manhattan rental market plunges, leaving 15,000 empty apartments in August

Hopes for a rebound in the fall or the end of 2020 look increasingly unlikely. Although rental prices have come down, the discounts are not steep enough yet to lure new renters back to the city.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 9 @ 11:00 pm

Urban flight means home improvement and DIY trends are more than a pandemic bounce. They’re a new habit

De-urbanization could lead to long-term growth for home improvement retailers like Home Depot and Lowe’s and auto-focused retailers like Carvana and AutoZone, according to a Wells Fargo research note.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 9 @ 12:00 pm

In Bristol, England, apartments sit on stilts and use solar power

The eleven apartments boast a number of sustainable features.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 9 @ 8:47 am

Apartments on stilts that use solar power installed above a parking lot in England

The eleven apartments boast a number of sustainable features.

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  • September 9 @ 7:15 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers surges 40% from a year ago amid sales spree

Mortgage applications to purchase a home rose 3% last week compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 9 @ 6:02 am

Google abandons new Dublin office with enough space for 2,000 staff

Google has decided to cancel plans to lease an office in Ireland with enough space for 2,000 staff.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 9 @ 2:46 am

Most evictions in the U.S. are now banned. What you need to know

In an unprecedented move last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made it illegal for landlords across the U.S. to evict tenants who can’t afford to pay their rent. Here’s what you need to know.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 8 @ 1:11 pm

UK house prices see biggest jump since 2016 to hit fresh high – but it won’t last long, say property experts

U.K. house prices saw their biggest growth since 2016 in August, climbing to a record high, according to Britain’s longest-running barometer of the property market. 

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 7 @ 6:24 am

Silicon Valley campuses are evolving from ‘ivory towers’ to attract millennial talent

Societies have felt increasingly disconnected from Silicon Valley tech giants. Now, they’re trying to open up their walls.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 6 @ 8:28 am

Here’s where mortgage bailouts stand amid the pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick discuss mortgage bailouts and evictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 4 @ 12:18 pm

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts improve slightly, but nearly 3 million borrowers still aren’t recovering

After holding flat for a couple of weeks, the number of borrowers in government and private sector coronavirus-related mortgage bailout programs saw a much bigger improvement than expected.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 4 @ 8:47 am

Mortgage bailouts drop by roughly one million from May peak

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest data out of the coronavirus mortgage bailout program.

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  • September 4 @ 7:14 am

New York City will recover from the pandemic, says real estate mogul Howard Lorber

Howard Lorber, executive chairman of Douglas Elliman, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss where the real estate markets are heating up and what parts of the country are seeing downturns amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 3 @ 11:08 am

Mortgage expert on the impact of the shift in the real estate market

Sanjiv Das, CEO of mortgage company Caliber Home Loans, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the real estate market across the country as the coronavirus pandemic pushes residents out of the cities and into the suburbs.

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  • September 3 @ 7:52 am

Google proposes new town-like tech hub in Mountain View

The tech giant’s latest proposal for a new Mountain View campus comes complete with retail space, an aquatic center and housing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 2 @ 2:15 pm

‘Extraordinary’ move by CDC to stop evictions draws heavy criticism from housing industry and tenant ad

Late Tuesday, as temporary, Covid-related eviction protections in several states had just expired, the Trump administration announced a somewhat creative plan to stop most rental evictions through the end of this year. It issued an order through the Centers for Disease Control, which declared evictions during a pandemic a national health hazard.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 2 @ 12:13 pm

CDC issues sweeping temporary halt on evictions. Here’s what that means for renters

The CDC announced an unprecedented halt on evictions across the U.S. Here’s what it means for struggling tenants.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 2 @ 12:01 pm

Manhattan apartment deals fall 31% while sales boom in the suburbs

The drop is a slight improvement from July. Yet the August boom in real estate deals in suburban markets around New York and in Florida shows real estate dollars (and most likely residents) continue to flow out of Manhattan.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 2 @ 9:53 am

New York City will recovery from the pandemic, says real estate mogul Howard Lorber

Howard Lorber, executive chairman of Douglas Elliman, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss where the real estate markets are heating up and what parts of the country are seeing downturns amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 2 @ 8:14 am

Florida pending home sales jump as housing market heats up

More evidence is emerging that Florida’s real estate market is heating up, but there are also a few signs of it slowing down. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • September 2 @ 8:06 am

White House and CDC enact renter eviction moratorium

The White House and the CDC announced a major eviction moratorium late Tuesday as state programs were expiring. To qualify, tenants must make less than $99,000 a year or $198,000 for couples. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the details as well as the latest data on mortgage applications.

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  • September 2 @ 6:44 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers is now 28% higher than last year

Homebuyers are rushing for mortgages, but fewer homeowners are refinancing even though rates are heading toward record lows.

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  • September 2 @ 6:00 am

Home prices suddenly see biggest gains in 2 years

Exceptionally strong demand, historically low supply and record low mortgage rates are fueling the fastest home price growth since 2018.

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  • September 1 @ 8:55 am

Here’s how to qualify for a mortgage in retirement

Lenders generally want to see stable income from borrowers, which can require some strategizing by people who already have left the workforce — and a steady paycheck — behind.

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  • September 1 @ 7:45 am

Number of evictions set to rise as moratorium expires in 30 states

The number of evictions are set to rise as moratoriums expire, which is leaving a large number of renters with an uncertain future. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • September 1 @ 6:27 am

How the CARES Act failed to protect tenants from eviction

The CARES Act included a ban on evictions from some properties, but the law failed to protect many tenants during the pandemic because landlords didn’t follow it.

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  • August 29 @ 8:46 am

This analyst breaks down what stocks to buy amid millennial migration to suburbs

CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses where people are moving amid the pandemic with John Lovallo from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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  • August 28 @ 1:51 pm

Homeowners, in foreclosure, will also face tax implications. What you should know

Foreclosure protections in the CARES Act have kept millions of Americans in their homes. But if those moratoriums expire and the economy worsens, banks may begin seizing houses again.

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  • August 28 @ 1:10 pm

Walker & Dunlop CEO on the pandemic’s impact on the real estate industry

Willy Walker, Walker & Dunlop CEO, joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the real estate sector as well as the pattern of urban flight and the Americans at risk of eviction during the crisis.

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  • August 28 @ 9:35 am

Improvement in coronavirus mortgage bailout stalls, as more borrowers struggle to make payments

After improving markedly in July, the number of borrowers struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments has essentially flatlined and now threatens to move higher.

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  • August 28 @ 8:01 am

Nearly four million homeowners in Covid-19 mortgage bailout

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest numbers on the Covid-19 mortgage bailout program.

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  • August 28 @ 6:40 am

The U.S. real estate market is ‘very healthy’ right now: Boral CEO

The CEO and managing director of Australian building and manufacturing firm Boral, Zlatko Todorcevski, discusses the property market in the United States.

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  • August 28 @ 2:01 am

New Fed strategy means cheaper loans for a long time — here’s how you can benefit

Credit cards, home equity lines of credit and personal loans will be directly affected by the Fed’s new approach to inflation.

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  • August 27 @ 3:05 pm

July pending home sales rose 5.9% versus 3.5% expected

Pending home sales rose across all U.S. regions in July and the FHFA extends a moratorium on foreclosures and evictions. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • August 27 @ 10:04 am

July pending home sales jump over 15% annually, as properties go under contract in record time

The usual summer slowdown in the housing market is not happening this year. Buyers continue to show strong demand, rushing to take advantage of record low mortgage rates.

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  • August 27 @ 9:00 am

Real estate Titan Jeff Blau calls for reopening New York offices

Related CEO Jeff Blau joins “Squawk Box” to discuss why he’s calling for offices to reopen in New York in his latest Wall Street Journal op-ed.

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  • August 27 @ 7:59 am

There’s real value in Southeast Asia’s real estate sector, says portfolio manager

Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments is optimistic on market recovery in Asia. She tells us some of her preferred sectors and why she prefers investing in equities despite the current economic backdrop.

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  • August 26 @ 11:50 pm

Toll Brothers CEO says he’s seeing strong housing market across the board

Toll Brothers is capitalizing on the red hot housing market with net contracts up 26 percent for a record third quarter amid the pandemic. Doug Yearley, chairman & CEO of Toll Brothers, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the surge of home sales.

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  • August 26 @ 3:41 pm

Sam Zell: CEOs can help cities recover by returning to offices, not ‘hiding out in the Hamptons’

Billionaire investor Sam Zell told CNBC that corporate leaders have a role to play in helping U.S. cities stave off a serious economic decline.

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  • August 26 @ 10:04 am

Tips from a master negotiator on how to win the rent relief argument with a landlord during financial crisis

Chris Voss, former FBI hostage negotiator, mastered an art of the deal under stress that works, and his tips can help businesses and individuals struggling with rent during Covid-19.

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  • August 26 @ 9:15 am

Real estate mogul Sam Zell calls retail a ‘falling knife’ that hasn’t hit bottom yet

Sam Zell, chairman of Equity Group Investments, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the real estate market amid the pandemic.

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  • August 26 @ 8:38 am

‘Hiding out in the Hamptons’ is not the answer—Sam Zell on the exodus from cities during the pandemic

Billionaire investor Sam Zell joins “Squawk Box” to discuss whether he things big cities can survive the pandemics as people flee to densely populated areas.

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  • August 26 @ 8:32 am

Palantir’s Bay Area move makes Denver the city to watch amid Silicon Valley’s exodus

Palantir’s decision to relocate from Palo Alto to Denver is one of the first signals that a long-anticipated exodus from Silicon Valley is on the horizon

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  • August 26 @ 8:00 am

Every American home is getting a flood risk score – and many are at higher risk than previously known

Starting this week, every homeowner and potential homebuyer in America will be able to see a new analysis of their property’s flood risk. It could have a huge impact on the national housing market.

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  • August 26 @ 7:00 am

Home purchase applications climb as mortgage rates dip

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the latest weekly mortgage application data.

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  • August 26 @ 6:45 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers spikes 33% annually, signaling no end to summer spree

Homebuyers appear to have an insatiable appetite for new and existing homes, applying for mortgages at an incredible pace, according to a weekly measure of mortgage application volume.

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  • August 26 @ 6:00 am

Homebuyers may have more freedom now than ever before, says Coldwell Banker CEO

“In terms of increasing affordability, that can make a tremendous difference,” Coldwell Banker CEO Ryan Gorman told CNBC.

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  • August 25 @ 5:03 pm

Redfin CEO on the surge in home sales

New home sales jumped 14 percent last month. More people are considering buying homes amid the pandemic as employees work from home and interest rates fall. Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss home buying trends.

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  • August 25 @ 3:56 pm

There are home inventory concerns: Coldwell Banker Real Estate CEO

CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses whether the housing sector is too hot as home inventories remain low with Ryan Gorman, CEO and president of Coldwell Banker Real Estate

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  • August 25 @ 1:39 pm

The migration to the suburbs continues

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the increased demand for housing in the suburbs and the impact it’s having on house prices.

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  • August 25 @ 1:34 pm

Can you be evicted during the pandemic? It depends on your ZIP code

In the absence of any sweeping national ban on evictions during the pandemic, many tenants will find themselves at the mercy of temporary and narrow local laws. That can be tricky.

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  • August 25 @ 1:33 pm

More pain ahead for landlords as restaurant bankruptcies poised to balloon in coming months

Restaurants have so far limped along through the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. But key pillars of support for their businesses will soon evaporate, spelling disaster for their eateries — and their landlords.

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  • August 25 @ 11:25 am

Sales of newly built homes surge 36% in July

Sales of newly built homes soared 36% annually across the nation in July, as pent-up demand from the shut-down spring market, combined with urban flight and a new desire for more work-at-home space fueled already strong demand.

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  • August 25 @ 10:09 am

‘Hundreds of thousands’ of people looking for suburban homes — Sternlicht on exodus from cities

Safety, the coronavirus and tax policy are factors contributing to people wanting to leave major U.S. cities, Starwood Capital founder Barry Sternlicht told CNBC on Tuesday.

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  • August 25 @ 9:43 am

Home prices show signs of recovery, rising 4.3% in June, according to Case-Shiller index

Home prices rose 4.3% annually in June, unchanged from the gain seen in May, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index.

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  • August 25 @ 8:01 am

Apple plans to open a ‘floating’ store in Singapore

Apple says it is planning to open “soon” a new Apple Store in Singapore that appears to float on the water.

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  • August 25 @ 5:48 am

Ed Yardeni says economies are recovering ‘pretty well’ from ‘lockdown recession’

The president of Yardeni Research pointed to indicators like retail sales as well as new and existing home sales which have been “very strong.”

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  • August 24 @ 10:51 pm

Small landlords dip into savings as their tenants struggle to pay rent

More renters are unable to make their monthly payments, and that is having an outsized impact on the nation’s “mom and pop” landlords.

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  • August 24 @ 10:38 am

Off-campus housing is seeing an increase in demand, says Harrison Street CEO

Christopher Merrill of Harrison Street joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss student housing in the age of coronavirus as classes begin.

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  • August 24 @ 10:26 am

New York City may take a decade to recover from coronavirus pandemic, says developer Don Peebles

“I think New York will ultimately come back. It’ll come back differently. It’ll be a different place, and it will be much more affordable,” real estate developer Don Peebles told CNBC.

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  • August 21 @ 4:55 pm

Taylor Morrison CEO discusses boom in home sales

Pandemic home sales increased 24.7 percent, marking its largest ever monthly gain. Sheryl Palmer, Taylor Morrison CEO, joins “Closing Bell” to discuss which states have big gains in home sales.

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  • August 21 @ 3:25 pm

Here are some of the hottest markets amid the housing boom

CNBC’s “Power Lunch” discusses who is benefiting from the housing boom with Jack Micenko of Susquehanna Financial Group and Daryl Fairweather of Redfin (CMU)

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  • August 21 @ 2:11 pm

July home sales spike a record 24.7% as prices set a new high

Sales of existing homes soared 24.7% in July from June, according to the National Association of Realtors. The median price of a home sold in July rose 8.5% annually to $304,100.

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  • August 21 @ 9:18 am

Existing home sales up 8.7% versus a year ago

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest existing home sales numbers.

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  • August 21 @ 9:07 am

Evictions are expected to skyrocket as pandemic protections come to an end

The federal ban on evictions expired last month. Many states that paused their own proceedings have now allowed them to resume. The result: A record number of people could find themselves without a home during the pandemic.

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  • August 20 @ 12:23 pm

Airbnb announces a ‘global party ban’ for public health reasons

Home-sharing platform Airbnb has introduced a global ban on parties as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

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  • August 20 @ 7:44 am

Guoco Midtown focuses on integrated living in a post-Covid world: GuocoLand Singapore

The mixed use development project is centered on the integration of a live-work-play lifestyle, an emergent trend that the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated, says Cheng Hsing Yao, group managing director at GuocoLand Singapore.

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  • August 19 @ 11:34 pm

Palantir to relocate headquarters from Silicon Valley to Colorado

The company listed Denver as its headquarters on its company website, among the other cities and countries it operates in. It also updated its social media pages to reflect a Colorado move.

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  • August 19 @ 4:07 pm

Facing mortgage market bias

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the bias many minorities continue to experience when they apply for mortgages.

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  • August 19 @ 2:27 pm

Why Black Americans continue to face barriers when applying for mortgage loans

Black buyers got about seven percent of new 2019 home loans. Andre Perry, The Brookings Institute fellow and author of ‘Know Your Price, Valuing Black Lives and Property in America’s Black Cities’ joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the difficulties Black Americans face trying to get mortgage loans.

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  • August 19 @ 2:12 pm

A troubling tale of a Black man trying to refinance his mortgage

Akili Akridge’s White girlfriend easily got a mortgage on their home two years ago and he thought it made sense to refinance with rates low. One problem: he identified himself as Black to refinancing lenders.

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  • August 19 @ 1:12 pm

Online learning puts student housing debt into focus

CNBC’s Seema Mody takes a look at defaults in student housing debt as colleges and universities move classes online.

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  • August 19 @ 10:27 am

Refinance applications drop as mortgage rates rise

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest weekly mortgage application data.

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  • August 19 @ 6:25 am

Weekly mortgage refinances fall as interest rates suddenly turn higher

A sudden turnaround from record low interest rates last week caused a pullback in mortgage refinance demand.

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  • August 19 @ 6:00 am

Oakwood partners Country Garden to open Beluxs apartments in China

Oakwood Belux is a product aimed at meeting the growing demand for serviced apartments in China, says Dean Schreiber, CEO of Oakwood.

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  • August 18 @ 10:55 pm

U.S. housing starts total 1.496 million in July, vs 1.240 million expected

CNBC’s Rick Santelli and Diana Olick break down the latest housing market data.

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  • August 18 @ 7:38 am

NBA legend-turned-real estate investor David Robinson anticipates a return to the office with ‘refreshed pers

“The socialization, the amount of work, the quality of work you get done when you’re collaborating with your people in the office is just unparalleled,” Admiral Capital Group co-founder David Robinson, an NBA legend, told CNBC.

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  • August 17 @ 6:00 pm

Fmr. San Antonio Spurs David Robinson on real estate opportunities

David Robinson, Admiral Capital Group & former NBA player, joins “Closing Bell” to discuss the real estate market as people are increasingly deciding to purchase homes and move away from big cities to the suburbs.

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  • August 17 @ 3:50 pm

Millennials turning to Instagram to purchase ‘Cheap Old Houses’

CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses how home buyers have flocked to an Instagram account to buy homes with “Cheap Old Houses” co-founders Elizabeth and Ethan Finkelstein. Their Instagram account showcases historic homes listed for less than $100,000 all across America.

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  • August 17 @ 1:06 pm

Homebuilder sentiment jumps to record high

Builder confidence in the newly built, single-family home market jumped six points to 78 in August on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • August 17 @ 7:59 am

Homebuilder sentiment jumps to record high, but soaring lumber prices could ‘dampen momentum’

Potential buyers continue to flood into model homes across the nation, and that has builders feeling better about their business than they have in over 20 years. But rising lumber prices could sap the market’s momentum this fall.

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  • August 17 @ 7:40 am

Op-ed: Here are tips to buy that home without wrecking your finances

Sales of existing homes jumped nearly 21% in June compared with May, which means inventories are low in much of the country. You may need to move quickly to purchase that next new home. And you may not have time to sell or even list your current home before making that purchase, especially if you […]

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  • August 17 @ 7:30 am

Lendlease looks to reset expectations in a tough year: CEO

Lendlease Group’s MD & CEO Steve McCann discusses the tough operating environment for the firm this year, but says he is confident that the company is in a good position to recover from the impact of Covid-19 with new opportunities and investments.

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  • August 17 @ 3:59 am

Here’s what making it harder and more expensive for borrowers to refinance their mortgages

The housing market is sizzling this summer but a number of factors are making it harder to refinance your mortgage. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • August 14 @ 7:28 am

There are 13,000 empty apartments in NYC

CNBC’s Robert Frank reports NYC’s renters are fleeing the city and that there are about 13,000 empty apartments there.

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  • August 13 @ 1:43 pm

Bankrupted Stein Mart is closing all of its stores. Here’s a map of where they are

Stein Mart has filed for bankruptcy and now the retailer is kicking off going-out-of-business sales at all of its stores. Deals are for up to 30% off merchandise.

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  • August 13 @ 11:01 am

Mortgage refinancing will be more expensive as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac raise fees

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac just announced that they are raising fees for lenders on all mortgage refinances. That will result in higher costs for consumers. The change is designed to shield the two from the additional risk brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • August 13 @ 8:50 am

Empty apartments in Manhattan reach record high, topping 13,000

Continued slow activity suggests that Manhattan’s real estate and economic troubles could extend well into the fall or beyond.

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  • August 13 @ 8:22 am

NYC apartment vacancies hit a new all-time high as renters leave the city amid the pandemic

CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on the apartment vacancy problem in New York City and how landlords are trying to deal with the issue.

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  • August 13 @ 6:58 am

Coronavirus sparks huge demand for clean home technology innovations

The coronavirus pandemic has heightened concerns about air quality and safety of indoor spaces, including the homes we live in. New cleaning technology is being rapidly added to houses across the country.

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  • August 12 @ 10:16 am

Digital loan start-up Blend jumps to $1.7 billion valuation as mortgage demand surges

As it has with digital adoption trends across banking and e-commerce, the pandemic has led to a surge in demand for Blend’s loan application software.

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  • August 12 @ 9:34 am

Mortgage applications jump as rates drop again

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest mortgage application data.

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  • August 12 @ 6:29 am

Another record low mortgage rate juiced weekly demand, but rates are suddenly rising now

Two straight weeks of new record low mortgage rates drove consumers to their lenders, but rates may now be reversing course.

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  • August 12 @ 6:00 am

Adobe CEO says offices provide some boost to productivity that remote work lacks

“When you’re trying to create a new project, you want people around that water cooler. You want that sense of urgency,” Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen told CNBC.

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  • August 11 @ 3:38 pm

Simon Property Group continues its shopping spree, looks to do more deals

CNBC retail reporter Lauren Thomas reports the largest mall owner in the U.S., Simon Property Group, is looking to continue buying properties in the mall and grocery space.

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  • August 11 @ 2:05 pm

What to do if you’re at risk of eviction

Up to 40 million Americans could lose their homes in the pandemic. If you’re at risk of eviction, here are your options.

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  • August 11 @ 2:00 pm

Hudson Yards developer on how the pandemic has hit commercial real estate

Stephen Ross, The Related Companies and owner of the Miami Dolphins, discusses reopening and the state of commercial real estate projects like Hudson Yards in NYC.

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  • August 11 @ 1:59 pm

Covid-19 mortgage bailout rates improve more rapidly

Mortgage bearer numbers are improving at a rapid pace. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • August 11 @ 12:46 pm

Americans, who have lost $100 million to fraud related to Covid-19, continue to be a target

Americans should avoid solicitations to pay for access to financial relief like stimulus checks, job opportunities and mortgage help, the Federal Trade Commission warned.

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  • August 11 @ 11:44 am

Liquidity in China will flow to equities as Beijing curbs real estate speculation, economist says

Real estate has been the public’s favored investment, but the Chinese government is now cracking down on speculation, said Zhiwei Zhang, president and chief economist at Pinpoint Asset Management on Tuesday.

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  • August 11 @ 1:30 am

There is ‘more upside’ in Chinese onshore equities, says economist

China’s government has cracked down on the mainland’s property market to prevent a bubble recently, making equities the only viable option left for the general public, says Zhiwei Zhang, president and chief economist at Pinpoint Asset Management.

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  • August 11 @ 12:29 am

Trump’s order does little to stop impending eviction crisis, experts say

President Donald Trump promised to protect tenants from eviction. His order leaves them in danger.

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  • August 10 @ 1:33 pm

‘Last one out, turn out the lights’: New Hampshire governor says higher taxes prompting urban flight

The Republican governor said New York, Massachusetts and other high-tax states are “pickpocketing” residents by taxing out-of-state workers who are working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • August 10 @ 1:24 pm

Google searches surge for mortgage refinancing and low mortgage rates

CNBC’s Diana Olick joins “The Exchange” to discuss what Google search trends tell us about what’s happening in the real estate and mortgage industry.

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  • August 10 @ 1:18 pm

Consumers are less confident about housing, but searches for these topics are soaring

Consumer confidence in the housing market took a step back in July, after a strong recovery in May and June, but consumers are still very curious about all facets of the market. Google search trends show just what they’re most curious about.

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  • August 10 @ 11:52 am

Dubai’s real estate activity is ‘impressive’ despite the virus, property developer says following

Despite the global pandemic, Dubai has seen “impressive levels” of real estate transactions over the past few months, Aqil Kazim of Nakheel said last week.

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  • August 9 @ 10:13 pm

Some office space could get permanently cut during the pandemic. Here’s how companies will cope

Working from home has become the norm in this coronavirus pandemic, and Morgan Stanley predicts that office tenants across Asia will permanently give up between 3% and 9% of their existing office space.

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  • August 9 @ 8:40 pm

Second $1,200 stimulus checks could be coming. For many, that won’t cover the rent

Washington lawmakers are deadlocked on what aid to include in the next coronavirus stimulus package. But $1,200 stimulus checks seem to be one feature they can agree on. The problem is that that money won’t carry Americans very far, particularly when it comes to rent payments.

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  • August 9 @ 8:00 am

Zillow CEO: Real estate market is beginning ‘great reshuffling’ as people seek more space at home

The pandemic so far has accelerated trends of people fleeing large, expensive U.S. cities, While shopping is up everywhere, Barton said the company is seeing a “deceleration of migration” to cities and expects it to accelerate.

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  • August 7 @ 3:08 pm

Pandemic remodeling boom—Here are the numbers

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the numbers that show many Americans are remodeling their homes during the pandemic.

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  • August 7 @ 2:05 pm

Permanent remote workforce may be around 10% after pandemic, says Cushman & Wakefield CEO

Cushman & Wakefield CEO Brett White told CNBC he thinks about 10% of the workforce will remain remote after the pandemic, double the pre-coronavirus rate but less than many predict. “In the early days, we talked about the high productivity at home. That’s changing.”

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  • August 7 @ 1:26 pm

Pandemic home remodeling is booming: Here’s what your neighbors are doing

Sheltering in place has homeowners wanting to improve their places. Demand for home remodeling soared in June, with outdoor spaces the most popular projects.

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  • August 7 @ 10:10 am

Cushman & Wakefield CEO on the timeline to an office space demand recovery

Cushman & Wakefield CEO Brett White joins CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” team to break down its earnings and how he anticipates office space demand to recover eventually.

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  • August 7 @ 9:52 am

New York real estate expert Bill Rudin on the outlook for the sector

Manhattan’s West Side is becoming a destination for Big Tech. Facebook recently inked a deal to lease 730,000 square feet of office space in the Farley Building in midtown Manhattan. Bill Rudin, CEO and co-chairman of Rudin Management Company and chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the […]

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  • August 7 @ 8:02 am

China is still a ‘bright spark’ in CapitaLand’s portfolio, says group CFO on virus impact

Despite CapitaLand’s “challenging profit picture” so far in 2020, there have been “very encouraging signs” among our businesses in China, which went “first into the pandemic but also first out,” says Andrew Lim, group chief financial officer.

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  • August 7 @ 1:34 am

Hong Kong’s MTR to delay new mall opening amid new coronavirus wave, CEO says

Lohas Mall’s phase one opening in Hong Kong will be postponed to a “better time” given current movement restrictions during the pandemic, says Mass Transit Railway Corporation CEO Jacob Kam.

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  • August 6 @ 11:24 pm

China is still a ‘bright spark’ in CapitaLand’s portfolio, says CEO on virus impact

Despite CapitaLand’s “challenging profit picture” so far in 2020, there have been “very encouraging signs” among our businesses in China, which went “first into the pandemic but also first out,” says Andrew Lim, group chief financial officer.

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  • August 6 @ 10:54 pm

China still a ‘bright spark’ in CapitaLand’s portfolio, says CEO on virus impact

Despite CapitaLand’s “challenging profit picture” so far in 2020, there have been “very encouraging signs” among our businesses in China, which went “first into the pandemic but also first out,” says Andrew Lim, group chief financial officer.

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  • August 6 @ 10:44 pm

Dan Gilbert says acquisitions may be ahead for Rocket Companies as it debuts on NYSE

“We want to use our stock as currency and potentially acquire more fintech organizations and put them in the mold,” said Rocket Companies founder and chairman Dan Gilbert.

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  • August 6 @ 2:57 pm

Mortgage rates hit another record low, but homes are still less affordable

Mortgage rates fell to yet another record low this week, the eighth new record set this year, but home affordability is still weakening. The housing shortage, high demand from buyers and rising home prices are negating the benefits of lower rates.

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  • August 6 @ 12:00 pm

Rocket Companies CEO on the mortgage market and refinancing boom

Quicken Loans parent Rocket Companies priced its IPO at $18 per share, and raised $1.8 billion. Rocket Companies CEO Jay Farner joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the mortgage market and his company’s IPO.

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  • August 6 @ 11:16 am

Manhattan apartment sales plunge due to Covid-19

CNBC’s Robert Frank reports a sharp decline in Manhattan rentals as people move away from big cities to the suburbs due to Covid-19.

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  • August 6 @ 10:07 am

Pelosi: Trump could extend moratorium on evictions with an executive order

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told CNBC’s Jim Cramer President Trump can and should extend the moratorium on evictions. She added the moratorium would not be enough on its own and renters and landlords alike will eventually also need money in their pockets.

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  • August 6 @ 9:24 am

Rocket Companies founder Dan Gilbert and CEO Jay Farner on going public

The parent company of the largest mortgage lender in the United States is set to debut on the NYSE Wednesday. Rocket Companies, the parent company of Quicken Loans, is expected to price their IPO at $18, and sell 100 million shares. Dan Gilbert, founder and chairman of Rocket Companies, and Jay Farner, CEO of Rocket […]

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  • August 6 @ 8:38 am

Manhattan apartment deals plunge 57%, suburban real estate surges

Apartment contracts in Manhattan fell by more than half in July, while deals in many New York suburbs more than doubled, showing a continued flight from the city over the summer.

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  • August 6 @ 7:01 am

Manhattan experiencing surplus of unsold apartments as sales contracts plunge

The Manhattan real estate market was supposed to rebound in July, but instead there’s a glut of unsold apartments. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports.

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  • August 6 @ 5:44 am

Investor confidence in Dubai’s real estate sector is still high: Nakheel

Dubai property developer Nakheel says the company has seen “impressive” levels of real estate activity in the last few months despite severe pressure brought on by the impact of the coronavirus.

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  • August 6 @ 4:19 am

U.S. home ownership rate hits highest level since 2008

U.S. consumers have purchased homes at record levels as low mortgage rates encourage demand. U.S. home ownership rose to 67.9 percent in the second quarter, the highest level in more than 10 years, according to the Commerce Department. Eric Lipar, LGI Homes CEO and chairman, join “Closing Bell” to discuss.

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  • August 5 @ 4:02 pm

Suburban growth is now double that of cities—Here’s what it could mean for the urban future

People have been fleeing crowded cities, but it’s accelerated since the pandemic. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on what it could all mean for the future of cities.

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  • August 5 @ 2:37 pm

Mortgage rates set record low but borrowers step back

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest housing market data.

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  • August 5 @ 6:40 am

Mortgage rates set another record low, but borrowers take a step back

Even with another record low mortgage rate, mortgage application volume decreased 5.1% last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

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  • August 5 @ 6:00 am

Homeowners in bailouts shrink as red flags grow

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the mortgage market.

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  • August 4 @ 1:18 pm

Housing affordability hit highest level since 2016, says Black Knight analytics

CNBC’s Kelly Evans breaks down the affordability of home prices amid the pandemic with Andy Walden of the analytics firm Black Knight.

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  • August 4 @ 1:18 pm

The $600 unemployment boost just expired. Families are already hurting

Millions of Americans just lost the $600-a-week federal unemployment boost. Many are already hurting.

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  • August 4 @ 12:05 pm

Home prices see strong June bounce, but economists warn it likely won’t last

Home prices in June saw their strongest monthly rise in seven years, spurred on by strong buyer demand and record low mortgage rates. Forecasters, however, say the gains will start to moderate soon, and prices could end up slightly lower by June 2021.

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  • August 4 @ 9:25 am

UK reveals more details of its billion-dollar plan for greener homes

The scheme was unveiled by Rishi Sunak in July.

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  • August 4 @ 7:36 am

June home prices see largest monthly gain in seven years

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest housing market data.

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  • August 4 @ 7:30 am

Millions of renters at risk as four-month moratorium expires

Millions of Americans are at risk of eviction now that the four-month moratorium has expired and Congress is deadlocked on a new coronavirus relief package. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • August 3 @ 5:46 am

You may be able to use your Roth IRA to fund a home purchase. Here are the pros and cons

Due to the flexibility of a Roth IRA, you may be able to use money toward the purchase of your first home without paying taxes or an early withdrawal penalty on up to $10,000 in earnings.

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  • August 1 @ 7:33 am

A surge in evictions could turn into financial crisis, economist warns

“This really could be catastrophic, and it extends beyond just the rental industry,” said Tendayi Kapfidze, chief economist at LendingTree.

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  • July 31 @ 4:02 pm

Redfin CEO on homebuying demand amid coronavirus pandemic

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the online real estate brokerage’s business amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • July 31 @ 2:29 pm

At Home Group CEO on the stay-at-home trend boosting business

At Home Group CEO Lee Bird joins CNBC’s Kelly Evans to talk about the stay-at-home boom.

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  • July 31 @ 1:07 pm

Evictions crisis could become a financial crisis, too—Here’s how

CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses the looming wave of evictions with Tendayi Kapfidze, Lending Tree chief economist.

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  • July 31 @ 1:01 pm

Jumbo, conforming rate spread at widest level since 2013: Financial analyst

CNBC’s Kelly Evans breaks down why jumbo mortgages are no longer the cheapest with Greg McBride of Bankrate.com.

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  • July 31 @ 12:37 pm

What to do if you’re at risk of eviction now that the CARES Act moratorium has ended

If you’re facing eviction during the pandemic, you’re definitely not alone. Follow these steps.

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  • July 31 @ 10:46 am

China’s luxury retail sector is booming even amid the coronavirus outbreak: Hang Lung Properties

The luxury retail market in mainland China has been “very, very strong” from April to July and is likely to hold up well for the rest of the year as long as there is no strong resurgence of the coronavirus, says Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Group and its subsidiary Hang Lung Properties.

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  • July 30 @ 10:46 pm

Taylor Morrison CEO details the emerging trends in the homebuying market

Homebuyers are increasingly more interested in enhanced technology and healthy home features. Taylor Morrison CEO Sheryl Palmer explained how the homebuilder is serving those needs.

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  • July 30 @ 6:26 pm

The pandemic may cause 40 million Americans to lose their homes

Even as unemployment levels remain at historic highs and cases of the virus show no sign of abating, statewide eviction moratoriums in more than 30 states have now lifted and protections for renters in the CARES Act are gone. Two families tell their stories.

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  • July 30 @ 2:13 pm

How commercial real estate companies are faring during the coronavirus pandemic

Alexandria Real Estate Equities is a commercial real estate company that focuses on biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Joel Marcus, Alexandria executive chariman and founder, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss how the company has been able to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • July 30 @ 1:59 pm

What it’s like to face eviction in a public health crisis

Even as unemployment levels remain at historic highs and cases of the virus show no sign of abating, statewide eviction moratoriums in more than 30 states have now lifted and protections for renters in the CARES Act are gone. Two families tell their stories.

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  • July 30 @ 1:25 pm

Personal Finance 101: The complete guide to managing your money

Creating a financially secure life can feel like a daunting task that requires the skills of expert mapmaker and GPS programmer. You need to figure out where you are today and where you want to get to. As if that’s not a big enough lift, you’re then in charge of finding the best route to […]

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  • July 30 @ 7:00 am

Fed keeps rates near zero — it’s good to borrow at low interest rates, experts say. Here’s what else

Historically low interest rates will benefit those with good credit, but riskier borrowers are increasingly shut out.

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  • July 29 @ 1:00 pm

Trump tells suburban voters they will ‘no longer be bothered’ by low-income housing

President Donald Trump overtly appealed to white, suburban voters, saying in a tweet that they will no longer be “bothered” by low income housing in their suburbs.

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  • July 29 @ 12:12 pm

‘We’re running out of homes for sale,’ Lake Tahoe brokers say as tech workers flee Bay Area

A new wave of urban flight is reshaping real estate markets from New York to Chicago and Los Angeles to San Francisco As part of this shift, Lake Tahoe is seeing unprecedented bidding wars, buying activity and price increases.

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  • July 29 @ 11:12 am

Pending home sales surge for the second consecutive month as the Realtors raise their forecast for 2020

Pending home sales continued to climb in June, rising 16.6% monthly since May, and rising 6.3% since June 2019, according to the National Association of Realtors.

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  • July 29 @ 9:02 am

Lower weekly mortgage demand hints at a possible pullback by first-time homebuyers

Mortgage applications to purchase a home were 2% lower last week than the previous week but a strong 21% higher annually.

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  • July 29 @ 6:05 am

Home prices rose at a slower rate in May, according to S&P Case-Shiller

The rise in May home prices was slightly slower than in April, likely due to a brief but sharp slowdown in home sales from the coronavirus.

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  • July 28 @ 8:11 am

How the eviction crisis across the U.S. will look

The impending eviction crisis will hurt some states more than others. African-American and Hispanic tenants are especially at risk of losing their homes.

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  • July 27 @ 11:06 am

Bloomin’ Brands CEO says beef and seafood costs are falling, an ‘opportunity’ for its restaurant

“We’re finding that beef costs, seafood costs are actually coming down and something that we can take advantage of,” Bloomin’ Brands CEO Dave Deno told CNBC.

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  • July 24 @ 5:23 pm

Mortgage rates hit record low—Here’s how it may impact banks’ profitability

CNBC’s Diana Olick and Wilfred Frost break down the housing sector, interest rates and the impact on banks.

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  • July 24 @ 1:34 pm

New home sales jump 13.8% in June, the highest since 2007

CNBC’s Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report the latest new home sales data from June.

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  • July 24 @ 9:53 am

Mortgage rates just hit another record low, and here’s how much lower they can go

The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed just fell to another record low at 2.87%, according to Mortgage News Daily. That is about a full percentage point lower than where it was one year ago.

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  • July 24 @ 9:46 am

Today’s big movers: Pulte jumps 10%

CNBC’s Diana Olick on Pulte, one of today’s big movers. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Bonawyn Eisen, Brian Kelly and Karen Finerman.

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  • July 23 @ 5:15 pm

With no fans at baseball games, the best seats in the house are at these luxury rentals near stadiums

Luxury rentals near baseball stadiums are primed to take advantage of the views they offer to fans who won’t be permitted to attend games due to the coronavirus.

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  • July 23 @ 10:30 am

NYC flight drives up Hamptons home prices

CNBC’s Robert Frank joins “Squawk on the Street” to talk about how home prices outside New York City are on the rise due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • July 23 @ 10:03 am

This zero-down payment mortgage helps lower-income people become homeowners

A lot of consumers think home ownership is out of reach if they can’t put their hands on 20% for a down payment. That is not the case.

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  • July 23 @ 7:31 am

Home prices in the Hamptons hit record as wealthy New Yorkers flee to the beach

The median price of a single-family home in the Hamptons reached $1.1 million in the second quarter, marking a new record and an increase of 25% over last year’s second quarter, according to a new report.

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  • July 23 @ 6:48 am

Rise in home sales may be the result of pent-up demand: UBS’s U.S. housing head

Jonathan Woloshin, UBS Global Wealth Management head of U.S. housing, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss why UBS says the housing market is defying gravity.

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  • July 22 @ 2:18 pm

Homebuyers can now turn to Google Search for detailed info about mortgages

Google teamed up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to launch the new tools because it found that a lot of people were asking questions like “what is a mortgage?” and “what is APR?”

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  • July 22 @ 11:19 am

Existing home sales jump 20.7% in June, largest one-month jump ever

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest existing home sales data, which are still down over 11% year over year.

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  • July 22 @ 9:40 am

Existing home sales surge nearly 21% in June – the highest monthly gain on record

The increase came after sharp declines over the previous three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sales were still 11.3% lower annually.

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  • July 22 @ 9:15 am

Buying your first home may cost more than you think. Here’s what to expect

If you were thinking of taking advantage of low mortgage rates and buying a home, first make sure you know what you can afford.

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  • July 22 @ 7:16 am

Weekly mortgage demand jumps even higher, up 19% annually

Homebuyer demand and an already strong refinance market pushed mortgage application volume up 4.1% last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • July 22 @ 6:49 am

The hidden costs of buying your first home

Most people know they will need to save for a down payment when buying a home, but there are other expenses you should be prepared to cover. Closing costs and fees typically tack on an additional 2% to 5% on top of your loan, according to financial advisor Winnie Sun. Watch this video to learn […]

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  • July 22 @ 6:45 am

Weekly mortgage demand from homebuyers jumps even higher, up 19% annually

Homebuyer demand and an already strong refinance market pushed mortgage application volume up 4.1% last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said.

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  • July 22 @ 6:00 am

‘Mr. Wonderful’ Kevin O’Leary: Some of my ‘Shark Tank’ firms may fail but DC must end

“Why do I want to pour government money, my money as a taxpayer, into businesses that are not going to survive?” said “Shark Tank” investor Kevin O’Leary.

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  • July 21 @ 8:37 am

Coronavirus pandemic cuts rent growth to a decade low

Back in February, just before the coronavirus hit the U.S. economy with a vengeance, rent growth for single-family homes had hit its highest pace in four years. Barely three months later, that growth plummeted to a decade low.

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  • July 21 @ 8:19 am

Suze Orman: A perfect financial storm is brewing and it is worse than 2008

Several measures to bring financial relief to Americans are about to go away, unless Congress acts.

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  • July 21 @ 7:30 am

Real estate CEO says ‘a little bit of humanity’ is needed as concerns over evictions rise

Brown Harris Stevens CEO Bess Freedman told CNBC she hopes policymakers and private sector landlords can “compromise a bit” and work together for tenants experiencing economic hardship.

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  • July 20 @ 4:30 pm

Housing sees tightened lending restrictions: Brown Harris Stevens CEO

Bess Freedman, CEO of New York-based real estate firm Brown Harris Stevens, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the shifting real estate demand in the New York.

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  • July 20 @ 2:56 pm

Credit complaints to federal consumer agency have spiked during coronavirus pandemic

An analysis of complaints in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s public database have surged since the pandemic began walloping the U.S. economy and households in March.

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  • July 20 @ 2:34 pm

Good debt vs. bad debt: Why what you’ve been told is probably wrong

The idea that student loans and mortgages are in a category of good debt because they can increase wealth and income, while credit cards are “bad” debt, is a risky oversimplification.

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  • July 20 @ 7:51 am

China’s property market is rebounding from the coronavirus crisis, but some warn it may overheat

Housing sales in the country plummeted at the outset of the pandemic as China’s economy shut down. But official data pointed to a recovery in transactions as the country reopened.

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  • July 19 @ 8:12 pm

Desperate for a pool? You can now rent a private one by the hour

The coronavirus pandemic has millions of Americans shut out of public pools this summer, and that has opened up a huge opportunity for one small start-up. Swimply has been compared to Airbnb and VRBO, because it’s employs a similar strategy, only for pools.

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  • July 17 @ 12:02 pm

LendingTree chief economist predicts mortgage rates will continue to fall

Tendayi Kapfidze, chief economist for LendingTree, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the housing market amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • July 17 @ 8:25 am

An entire island off the Irish coast sells for $6.3 million after only a video tour

A 157-acre private island off the southwest coast of Ireland has sold for 5.5 million euros ($6.3 million), despite the buyer never having actually visited.

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  • July 17 @ 8:19 am

U.S. housing starts total 1.186 million in June, vs 1.169 million expected

CNBC’s Rick Santelli reports the latest economic data, including June housing starts and building permits. U.S. housing starts were expected to total 1.169 million in June, up from the 974,000 in new construction reported for the previous month.

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  • July 17 @ 7:43 am

July homebuilder sentiment jumps to 72, vs. 62 expected

CNBC’s Diana Olick takes a look at the latest NAHB sentiment index numbers as Americans continue to flock to new homes.

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  • July 16 @ 9:20 am

Homebuilder sentiment jumps back to pre-coronavirus pandemic high

To find a V-shaped recovery from the economic wreckage of the coronavirus pandemic, look to the nation’s single-family homebuilders.

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  • July 16 @ 9:14 am

Bank of Korea unlikely to cut rates unless housing prices come down: Standard Chartered

The Bank of Korea has left interest rates unchanged at 0.5% as expected. Park Chong Hoon of Standard Chartered Korea says the BOK has other methods it can use should the market need more liquidity.

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  • July 15 @ 11:58 pm

Asia will outperform global high yield bonds from a default rate perspective: BlackRock

Valuations in Asia are looking attractive, says Neeraj Seth, BlackRock’s head of Asian credit, who adds that Chinese high yields in the real estate space looks particularly promising.

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  • July 15 @ 11:26 pm

Josh Brown on why his Last Chance Trade is D.R. Horton

Josh Brown, Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO, joins “Closing Bell” to talk about why his Last Chance Trade is D.R. Horton Inc.

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  • July 15 @ 2:51 pm

Wealthy residents fleeing cities—Monaeo CEO on tax impact

CNBC’s Robert Frank talks with Anupam Singhal of Monaeo to dicuss how the app shows the flux of wealthy New York City residents leaving the city amid the pandemic.

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  • July 15 @ 1:13 pm

Jared Kushner decides not to divest from real estate tech start-up he co-founded — for now

President Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor has decided to remain an investor for the time being in real estate tech start-up Cadre.

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  • July 15 @ 9:37 am

Millions of Americans have their mortgages in forbearance programs—here’s why those using private lenders m

About 4 million homeowners are currently in some type of mortgage forbearance program. But experts say those who are seeking relief with private lenders may have a more challenging road ahead because the terms and offerings may vary.

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  • July 15 @ 9:03 am

Jared Kushner decides not to divest from real estate tech startup he co-founded, for now

President Donald Trump’s son in-law and senior advisor has decided to remain an investor for the time being in real estate tech startup Cadre, which he co-founded.

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  • July 15 @ 8:36 am

Buys pull back despite mortgage rates hitting new lows

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the latest mortgage and housing data.

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  • July 15 @ 7:07 am

Mortgage rates set yet another record low, but homebuyers pulled back

It almost doesn’t sound like news anymore: Mortgage rates fell to another record low last week, and that reinvigorated refinance demand. Homebuyers, however, took a step back.

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  • July 15 @ 6:04 am

Hong Kong’s property sector won’t see a substantial impact from the national security law: Analyst

Nigel Smith of Colliers International says that the national security law is “creating a lot more questions” for firms in Hong Kong and some will be looking at their real-estate footprint in the territory. However, he predicts that few will reduce their square-footage or relocate.

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  • July 14 @ 9:50 pm

How to play the homebuilder boom, according to this analyst

CNBC’s Jon Fortt discusses the housing trade with John Lovallo of Bank of America Securities.

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  • July 14 @ 1:08 pm

Tech companies are ending leases and consolidating offices as remote work is here to stay

Start-ups are letting leases expire, and bigger companies are downsizing in favor of smaller, satellite offices as employers prepare for a future of distributed work.

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  • July 13 @ 5:03 pm

You might have a tough time getting a ‘jumbo mortgage’ during pandemic. Here’s what to expect

Banks and lenders remain more cautious about making loans for home purchases or mortgage refinances that are higher than the government limits for so-called conforming loans. Here’s how to find a “jumbo” loan and what the requirements may be.

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  • July 13 @ 2:13 pm

Homebuilders just saw the strongest June sales since the last housing boom, as pandemic pushes more buyers to the s

A sharp decline in the supply of existing homes for sale, increasing consumer preference for brand-new, high-tech homes with all the amenities for working and schooling, as well as an accelerating flight to the suburbs and exurbs, made for remarkable housing demand in June.

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  • July 13 @ 10:48 am

Apple to spend $400 million this year to fight California’s housing crisis

It’s part of a total $2.5 billion Apple says it will spend on the initiative over several years.

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  • July 13 @ 10:03 am

June new home sales spike as real estate market heats up

Real estate markets across the country are heating up and a new, exclusive report shows that June new home sales saw the biggest spike in nearly a decade. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • July 13 @ 9:53 am

Reverse mortgages may be helpful in retirement … if you mind the pitfalls

Homeowners 62 or older can get cash from their home without selling, but here’s what to know about a reverse mortgage before you sign onto this loan.

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  • July 13 @ 7:34 am

PropertyGuru explores Singapore’s property buying sentiment in pandemic era

Access to financing and lower bank loan rates will be particularly critical to younger buyers in Singapore’s property market, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drive ongoing pricing uncertainty, says Hari Krishnan, CEO and managing director at PropertyGuru Group.

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  • July 13 @ 3:23 am

Real estate, bank sectors in Singapore are still competitive, exchange says

Geoff Howie of the Singapore Exchange discusses the competitive outlook for the Straits Times Index and Singapore’s banking and real estate sectors.

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  • July 13 @ 2:53 am

Property developers rush to attract Hong Kong residents amid uncertainty over new law

Amid economic recession and uncertainty over China’s National Security Law, global real estate firms are trying to get Hong Kong residents to buy abroad.

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  • July 12 @ 10:56 pm

Home buying and selling went virtual during the pandemic. Can it stay that way?

Zoom video calls and virtual walkthroughs became real estate mainstays during coronavirus, but the need for physical home tours is not likely to go away.

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  • July 11 @ 9:00 am

Looming evictions may soon make 28 million homeless in U.S., expert says

“We have never seen this extent of eviction in such a truncated amount of time in our history,” housing expert Emily Benfer said.

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  • July 10 @ 10:57 am

Covid-19 mortgage bailouts drop by 435,000 but extensions increase

The number of homeowners in government and private sector mortgage bailout plans declined for the second straight week, as borrowers who got in earliest saw their plans expire. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • July 10 @ 6:33 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout sees biggest one-week decline, but more borrowers are extending terms

The number of homeowners in government and private sector mortgage bailout plans declined for the second straight week, as borrowers who got in earliest saw their plans expire.

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  • July 10 @ 6:00 am

Two stocks could be the best play to ride housing boom, says Oppenheimer’s Ari Wald

Ari Wald, Oppenheimer head of technical analysis, discusses how to trade the housing sector and several of its ETFs, with CNBC’s “Fast Money” traders.

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  • July 9 @ 5:09 pm

CEO of Century 21 parent says suburban home search is up across the country, following New York’s lead

“In every urban geography, the web traffic … has changed, versus 6 to 12 months ago, to be much more suburban,” Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider said.

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  • July 9 @ 2:48 pm

‘Shark Tank’ investor Herjavec: We’re about to see biggest exodus from cities in 50 years

“I recently moved out of Los Angeles into a suburban area, and I can tell you on a very personal level, my area is on fire,” “Shark Tank” investor Robert Herjavec told CNBC.

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  • July 9 @ 1:40 pm

Evictions could hit crisis level—Here’s how it’s impacting real estate trends

CNBC’s Kelly Evans breaks down the threat of evictions amid coronavirus and trends in the housing sector with CNBC’s Diana Olick and Ryan Schneider, CEO of Realogy.

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  • July 9 @ 12:33 pm

Wells Fargo tells new clients they need $1 million in balances for certain mortgage refinancings

The move shows how Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. mortgage lender and biggest player in jumbo mortgages, is operating under the dual pressures of the coronavirus pandemic and a Federal Reserve cap on its balance sheet.

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  • July 9 @ 9:58 am

New York City rentals experience worst June in more than a decade amid Covid-19 crisis

Data on rentals out of New York City signal a crisis with city residents emptying out fast. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports.

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  • July 9 @ 8:54 am

Empty Manhattan apartments reach record levels, landlords slash rent

The number of apartments listed for rent in Manhattan reached record levels in June, as brokers remained unable to host showings and more renters left the city, according to a new report.

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  • July 9 @ 8:33 am

Your income took a hit. Now what?

About half of Americans have lost some household income because of the pandemic. Here’s what you can do to strengthen your situation.

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  • July 9 @ 7:57 am

U.S. may need another 1 billion square feet of warehouse space by 2025 as e-commerce booms

With online sales proliferating during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is going to need more warehouses to store hoards of boxes and handle those orders.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 9 @ 7:01 am

China’s economic recovery story is a ‘mixed picture’: China Beige Book

China’s property sector has seen high infrastructure spending in the second quarter, which could further drive inflation up as the country attempts to stimulate economic growth, says Leland Miller of China Beige Book International. But retail and consumption don’t look “encouraging”, he adds.

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  • July 9 @ 4:45 am

Home sales are ‘strongest’ in Texas, Arizona and other coronavirus hot spots, Taylor Morrison CEO says

Taylor Morrison saw home sales almost double in June from a year ago. The strong showing was aided by the company’s new virtual appointment system amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 6:10 pm

Homebuilder Taylor Morrison reports record June sales

Ultra-low mortgage rates, a shortage of existing homes for sale and strong demand for new high-tech homes catapulted the homebuilder’s sales.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 8:54 am

Here are the housing markets that have been hit the hardest by the pandemic

Jeff Ostrowski, analyst for Bankrate.com, and CNBC’s Diana Olick join “Squawk Box” to discuss which areas of the country the housing market is being hit the hardest amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 6:56 am

Homebuyer mortgage demand spikes 33% as rates set another record low

After a brief pullback, homebuyers rushed back into the mortgage market last week, taking advantage of record low mortgage rates.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 6:17 am

Homebuyers rush back into the market as mortgage rates hit new low

After a brief pullback, homebuyers rushed back into the mortgage market last week, taking advantage of record low mortgage rates. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 6:16 am

Real estate CEO expects ‘exodus’ of central business districts to last the next two years

As some residents and businesses migrate to the suburbs amid the pandemic, Marcus & Millichap’s Hessam Nadji sees a downtown rebound similar to that in the years after 9/11.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 7 @ 4:32 pm

Suburbs outside major cities are in high demand: Marcus & Millichap CEO

Hessam Nadji, Marcus Millichap president and CEO, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the new real estate hot spots in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 7 @ 2:18 pm

Colony Capital CEO on its shift to digital real estate

CNBC’s Leslie Picker talks with Marc Ganzi, Colony Capital president and CEO, on the company’s shift to digital real estate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 7 @ 11:47 am

Consumers, especially renters, are feeling much better about buying a home

After plunging to nearly the lowest level in its history in April, an index measuring consumer sentiment in the housing market bounced back significantly in June.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 7 @ 8:59 am

Op-ed: How the widening wealth gap became color-blind

Financial advisor Ivory Johnson, founder of Delancey Wealth Management and a member of the CNBC FA Council, writes this was all bound to happen sooner or later, and that any good thief will steal from anyone he can get his hands on, if he can get away with it time and time again.

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  • July 7 @ 7:30 am

Commercial mortgage delinquencies surged at record monthly rate in June

Delinquencies in commercial mortgage backed securities jumped by 213 basis points to 3.59% from 1.46%, the largest one-month spike since Fitch Ratings began tracking the metric nearly 16 years ago.

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  • July 6 @ 3:09 pm

‘Interest-only’ mortgages might make sense in some situations, but beware the risks

These mortgages, which proliferated leading up to the financial crisis of 2008-2009, generally come with stricter standards than in the past. Nevertheless, they still come with risk for the buyer.

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  • July 6 @ 11:10 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts see largest one-week drop

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest regarding the coronavirus mortgage bailout numbers.

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  • July 6 @ 9:09 am

Refinancing your mortgage could put cash in your pocket — here’s how to find out if it’s right for yo

Low rates have many Americans looking to refinance, yet several factors should be taken into consideration before you sign on the dotted line.

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  • July 6 @ 7:30 am

Condo or on-campus? Covid-19 changes the game for the parents of college kids

Buying a property for your college student to live in while they’re in school is suddenly a riskier investment because of the pandemic. And costs aside, there are benefits to being on campus.

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  • July 5 @ 9:45 am

Here are five charts tracking the U.S. economy amid the coronavirus pandemic

The United States has reported record increases in coronavirus cases with spikes seen in states well underway in their reopening progress.

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  • July 5 @ 8:15 am

Experts fear the end of eviction moratoriums could plunge thousands of people into homelessness

Eviction moratoriums nationwide are set to expire later this month, potentially thrusting tens of thousands of people into a housing crisis.

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  • July 3 @ 6:39 am

Loans in coronavirus mortgage bailouts see largest weekly decline yet — but there are more red flags

The number of borrowers in government and private sector coronavirus-related mortgage bailouts just fell by the largest weekly volume since these plans were put in place. There are, however, warning signs that the programs could swell again.

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  • July 3 @ 6:01 am

Vietnam markets are very attractive for long-term investors: Strategist

Bill Stoops of Dragon Capital discusses the outlook for Vietnamese markets and why he thinks it is attractive for investors in the long term.

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  • July 3 @ 5:06 am

Airbnb cracks down on ‘party houses’

Chris Lehane, Airbnb senior vice president for Global Policy and Communications, joins “Closing Bell” to talk about how the platform is reducing unauthorized party homes.

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  • July 2 @ 4:33 pm

Accused Jeffrey Epstein sex crimes accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell arrested at $1 million New Hampshire home

Ghislaine Maxwell, an alleged procurer for dead sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested at a 156-acre property in New Hampshire. Epstein is a former friend of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton.

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  • July 2 @ 1:44 pm

FC Barcelona star and business partner want to create 100,000 Black millionaires through real estate investing

FC Barcelona soccer star Martin Braithwaite and his business partner Philip Michael want to create 100,000 Black women and millennials into millionaires through real estate investing.

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  • July 2 @ 11:01 am

Manhattan apartment sales worst on record, biggest plunge in 30 years

Manhattan apartment sales in the second quarter saw their biggest decline in 30 years, and worst quarter on record, as the real estate lockdown and urban flight after the Covid-19 crisis put a freeze on the market.

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  • July 2 @ 8:10 am

Empire State Building owner on New York City’s reopening

CNBC’s Kelly Evans talks about the path forward for real estate in New York City with Anthony Malkin, CEO of Empire State Realty Trust.

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  • July 1 @ 12:29 pm

San Francisco apartment rent prices are dropping fast as tech companies embrace remote work and unemployment rises

According to Zumper, the median rental price for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco fell 11.8% year over year, from $3,720 to $3,280, beating May’s 9% drop

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  • July 1 @ 10:10 am

Need money? Find cash in these unexpected places

With the U.S. in a recession and the coronavirus pandemic not showing signs of letting up, many Americans may be struggling to come up with much-needed cash.

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  • July 1 @ 8:50 am

Mortgage applications fall for second straight week

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest housing data amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • July 1 @ 7:03 am

Mortgage demand falls for the second straight week, signaling a potential slowdown in the housing recovery

The surge in mortgage demand from homebuyers over the past two months appears to be waning, even as mortgage rates continue to drop.

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  • July 1 @ 6:00 am

These 4 numbers show the dramatic racial economic inequality in the U.S.

In many ways that Americans work to establish themselves financially, either through the stock market, net worth or homeownership, Black families trail White families.

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  • June 30 @ 12:36 pm

Home prices heated up in April, despite brief sales drop from coronavirus, S&P Case-Shiller says

Home prices continued to strengthen in April, despite a national economic shutdown and a sharp drop in home sales due to the coronavirus.

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  • June 30 @ 8:15 am

Pending home sales surge in largest month-over-month gain in 20 years

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the record home sales number.

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  • June 29 @ 12:24 pm

Pending home sales jump 44.3% from April to May

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest pending home sales data, which saw its strongest jump since record-keeping began.

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  • June 29 @ 9:44 am

Pending home sales spike a record 44.3% in May, as homebuyers rush back into the market

Pending home sales spiked a stunning 44.3% in May compared with April, according to the National Association of Realtors. That beat expectations of a 15% rise. Sales were still 5.1% lower compared with May 2019.

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  • June 29 @ 9:03 am

Hong Kong’s office market is ‘under some pressure’: Colliers International

Cities like Singapore, Bangalore and Melbourne look the most promising in the Asia-Pacific’s office markets, says Andrew Haskins of Colliers International. He also discusses how the Hong Kong office market is currently “under some pressure,” with office rents expected to decline for the second consecutive year.

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  • June 29 @ 1:57 am

Here are five charts illustrating the U.S. economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic

Though states are reporting new surges in Covid-19 cases, pausing reopening measures and even re-instituting business restrictions, specific economic sectors have continued to see improvement.

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  • June 28 @ 7:45 am

Forbearance rise erases roughly half of improvement seen since peak: Expert

CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses the reversal in forbearance declines with Andy Walden of Black Knight.

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  • June 26 @ 1:34 pm

Invitation Homes CEO on suburban housing boom, protection for renters

The flight to the suburbs is real and growing as coronavirus changes the way people live. Suburban housing is seeing an uptick and leaving the future of dense metropolitan areas in question. Dallas Tanner, CEO of Invitation Homes, joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss the trend.

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  • June 26 @ 9:56 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts suddenly swell as homeowners face new struggles

After declining for three weeks, the number of borrowers delaying their monthly mortgage payments due to the coronavirus rose sharply.

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  • June 26 @ 6:00 am

Housing market recovery remarkable: Ivy Zelman

CNBC’s “Halftime Report” team is joined by Ivy Zelman, CEO of Zelman and Associates, to break down how she views the housing market amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 24 @ 12:17 pm

How the pandemic has affected the commercial real estate business

Ivan Kaufman, Arbor Trust Realty CEO, joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the real estate business.

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  • June 24 @ 10:56 am

Cadre CEO: Covid-19 will impact certain real estate asset classes unevenly

Cadre is a technology platform for commercial real estate investing. Ryan Williams, co-founder and CEO of Cadre, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss how the sector is faring during the pandemic.

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  • June 24 @ 7:02 am

Mortgage demand pulls back slightly despite record-low interest rates

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the mortgage application data.

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  • June 24 @ 6:43 am

Kevin O’Leary on small business rent negotiations amid the pandemic

Kevin O’Leary, chairman of O’Shares ETFs and co-host of “Shark Tank,” how small businesses are handling the shuttering of the economy as businesses attempt to reopen around the country.

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  • June 24 @ 6:25 am

Weekly homebuyer mortgage demand ticks down but is still a remarkable 18% higher than a year ago

Total mortgage application volume fell 8.7% last week from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

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  • June 24 @ 6:00 am

Housing market should ‘cool off’ later in year, Moody’s economist Zandi says

Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi discussed the housing market on CNBC’s “Power Lunch.”

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  • June 23 @ 2:20 pm

We will get stronger existing home sales moving forward, says Moody’s Mark Zandi

Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics chief economist, join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the housing market rebound and why he’s cautious.

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  • June 23 @ 1:48 pm

May home sales jumped more than 16% as homebuyers seek better tech and more space

New home sales jumped more 16% in May. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on what’s behind the move.

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  • June 23 @ 1:48 pm

Homebuilders see strongest May sales in over a decade, but they have a big problem

Sales of newly built homes jumped far more than expected in May, according to the U.S. Census. After slowing dramatically in March, as the coronavirus shut down the economy, they posted the strongest May pace since 2007, a recovery that surprised even the builders themselves. But housing starts were not nearly as strong, and builders […]

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  • June 23 @ 11:04 am

New home sales jump 16.6% in May, vs. 1.9% expected

CNBC’s Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report on the latest home sales data, which came in stronger than expected.

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  • June 23 @ 9:46 am

Cramer on real estate: ‘We’re not ready for the boarding up of America’

CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” crew discusses the how the commercial real estate sector, including shopping malls, is holding up during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 23 @ 9:38 am

New York City real estate prices could correct further, says Bess Freedman

Bess Freedman, CEO of Brown Harris Stevens, joins “Power Lunch” to discuss the real estate market in Manhattan.

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  • June 22 @ 1:57 pm

Home sales down 26.6% vs. one year ago

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest round of home sales data for the month of May 2020.

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  • June 22 @ 10:01 am

Here’s how much you’ll really need to buy your first home (Hint: It’s more than you think)

You may be saving up for a down payment, but that’s not the only cash you’ll have to come up with before you get the keys to your new place.

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  • June 22 @ 9:16 am

Existing home sales plunge in May, but Realtors think that was the bottom

Sales were down 26.6% annually. That is the largest annual decline since 1982, when interest rates were about 18%.

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  • June 22 @ 9:00 am

Howard Lorber on the future of NYC real estate as the state reopens

Howard Lorber, executive chairman of Douglas Elliman and CEO of the Vector Group, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the New York City real estate market amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 22 @ 8:11 am

Manhattan real estate prices could drop 10% this year as New York City attempts to reopen

New York City is the largest real estate market in the country and it’s also the last to reopen. CNBC’s Robert Frank joins “Squawk Box” from the top of a new condo tower on Park Avenue with the details.

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  • June 22 @ 8:11 am

Here are five charts that track how the U.S. economy is recovering from coronavirus

With states continuing to lift coronavirus restrictions, people across the U.S. have felt more comfortable traveling, taking transit, eating out and even moving to a new home.

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  • June 21 @ 7:58 am

Major real estate firms step up to save Black and Hispanic internships that coronavirus wiped out

For the past few weeks, Cedric Bobo, a former investment executive with the Carlyle Group, has spent the better part of his days on video calls, welcoming mostly Black and Hispanic students to paid summer internship programs.

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  • June 19 @ 10:23 am

A tale of two recessions: Some Americans thrive as others suffer

The recession is playing out much differently across wealth, race and gender divides. Some are bearing the brunt of the economic contagion, while others hardly feel a thing.

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  • June 19 @ 7:22 am

Bailout mortgages down for third straight week

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest housing data, including mortgage forbearance numbers.

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  • June 19 @ 6:50 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout shrinks further, but bank-held loans are faring worse

The numbers of borrower seeking relief on their mortgage payments has fallen for the third straight week, as more Americans go back to work and cities reopens.

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  • June 19 @ 6:00 am

Backyard office spaces gaining popularity after coronavirus pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the rising interest in remodeling homes.

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  • June 18 @ 3:11 pm

The flight to the suburbs is real and growing, as coronavirus changes the way people live

If millennials once piled into the cities, fueling downtown renewal and growth, apparently they are now piling out. The stay-at-home orders brought on by coronavirus have more potential homebuyers looking for properties in the suburbs. Millennials are now the largest cohort of buyers.

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  • June 18 @ 12:16 pm

Billionaire Rick Caruso on reopening amid protests and Covid-19 spikes

Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Rick Caruso joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss reopening his properties as protests continue and coronavirus cases grow.

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  • June 18 @ 10:58 am

Taubman files counterclaim against Simon Property for deal termination

CNBC’s David Faber reports the latest on the dispute between Taubman Centers and Simon Property on acquisition agreement.

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  • June 18 @ 10:02 am

Manhattan apartment contracts fall more than 80% in May, Florida surges

A decline in sales contracts in Manhattan and jump in Florida suggests that the migration to the Sunshine State could accelerate as coronavirus restrictions ease.

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  • June 18 @ 9:10 am

Opinion: A tax credit for home improvements is vital in the coronavirus era

Congress has an opportunity to recognize the unique importance of the home in American life, boost the economy, and help families rebuild their wealth by providing a tax credit to make home improvements more affordable.

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  • June 18 @ 6:51 am

Don’t think the coronavirus crisis will spark exodus out of London, Taylor Wimpey CEO says

Taylor Wimpey CEO Peter Redfern discusses the company’s £500 million ($626 million) fundraising initiative for land purchases, and talks about the outlook for the propetry market.

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  • June 18 @ 4:17 am

Housing starts rose 4.3% in May, versus 22.3% increase expected

CNBC’s Rick Santelli and Diana Olick break down the latest economic data, including May housing starts and building permits.

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  • June 17 @ 7:52 am

Home purchase applications spike to an 11-year high

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest mortgage applications data.

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  • June 17 @ 6:21 am

Homebuyer mortgage demand spikes to 11-year high, as rates hit another record low

Buyers are rushing back into the housing market, enticed by record low mortgage rates and a coronavirus-induced need to nest like never before.

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  • June 17 @ 6:01 am

US economy bouncing back quite sharply, Opimas CEO says

Octavio Marenzi, CEO of Opimas, discusses the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on household finances and banking.

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  • June 17 @ 4:48 am

Low rates, low supply and urban flight boost homebuilders

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on homebuilder sentiment with comments from Lennar’s executive chairman.

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  • June 16 @ 12:28 pm

NAHB housing market index climbs to 58 vs. 46 expected

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest round of homebuilder data which came in stronger than expected.

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  • June 16 @ 9:22 am

Homebuilder sentiment posts biggest monthly surge ever, a sign housing is rebounding from coronavirus

Builder sentiment jumped a striking 21 points in June to 58, the largest one-month increase ever, on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.

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  • June 16 @ 9:00 am

WeWork is talking to NYC private schools about holding classes in offices this fall, CEO says

“Even schools are going beyond just thinking about it in a structured way. They’re opening their minds of how to bring children back,” WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani told CNBC on Tuesday.

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  • June 16 @ 7:31 am

15. Better.com

Better.com uses smart technology to simplify the process of getting a mortgage and becoming a homeowner, from applying and processing to underwriting and closing.

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  • June 16 @ 5:02 am

8. SoFi

SoFi is a personal finance company that provides student loan refinancing, mortgages and personal loans, as well as investing and banking services that are catered to millennials.

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  • June 16 @ 5:00 am

Why this investor is betting against commercial real estate in NYC

CNBC’s Leslie Picker discusses on hedge fund bets with Jonathan Litt of Land and Buildings, who says the New York office market faces “an existential hurricane.”

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  • June 15 @ 12:57 pm

Five charts that track economic recovery in the U.S.

As the U.S. economy makes further progress in recovering from the harsh blow of the coronavirus pandemic, certain industries are showing signs of recovery.

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  • June 14 @ 8:19 am

Covid-19 mortgage bailouts shrink for second week

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest mortgage forbearance news amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 12 @ 12:25 pm

Active mortgage forbearances fall 112,000 from May 22 peak

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest housing data, including new mortgage forbearance numbers.

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  • June 12 @ 6:49 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout shrinks for the second straight week

The number of borrowers in coronavirus-related mortgage relief programs fell for the second straight week, as cities began to reopen and some Americans went back to work.

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  • June 12 @ 6:00 am

‘A little early to tell’ if UK property market will see surge in Hong Kong buyers: Knight Frank

The U.K. property market is seeing “greenshoots” of recovery even as transactions are expected to decline by 40% in 2020, says Nicholas Holt at Knight Frank. He adds that while the market has recently seen more enquiries from Hong Kong buyers, it is “a little early to tell” how many of them will become actual […]

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  • June 12 @ 2:13 am

Quicken Loans, the largest U.S. mortgage lender, is planning an IPO, sources say

The company, founded and owned by Detroit billionaire Dan Gilbert, has filed its IPO prospectus confidentially, sources said.

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  • June 11 @ 3:48 pm

Mortgage rates fall below three percent for the first time ever

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on what’s behind the fall in mortgage rates as the markets continue to head lower.

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  • June 11 @ 2:33 pm

Manhattan’s empty apartments: New leases plunge 62% in May

Manhattan had its worst May in a decade for new rentals, as New Yorkers leave the city and the real estate industry remains in lockdown.

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  • June 11 @ 11:44 am

Mortgage rates set new record low, falling below 3% as concerns rise about coronavirus second wave

Barely a week ago it looked like mortgage rates were finally breaking higher, but in a sudden reversal, they just set a new record low.

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  • June 11 @ 10:54 am

CEOs are offering plans and investments to address racial inequality after George Floyd death

Business leaders spoke out to condemn racial inequality following George Floyd’s death. Here are plans from the CEOs of Walmart, Bank of America and others to try to be part of the solution.

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  • June 11 @ 8:35 am

Increased savings amid lockdown could put pressure on retail banks, analyst says

James Longsdon, managing director of Fitch Ratings, discusses the European banking sector.

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  • June 11 @ 6:49 am

Outlook for the Australian economy is constructive as relief measures drive recovery: Stockland CEO

The Australian government’s coronavirus relief measures have been successful in stimulating housing demand in the country, says Mark Steinert, CEO of Stockland. He says that taking into account other targeted stimulus measures and the accelerated pace of reopening, his “overarching view is constructive” going into 2021.

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  • June 11 @ 4:13 am

Fed holds rates near zero — here’s exactly what that means for your wallet

For consumers with good credit, historically low interest rates on mortgages and credit cards are an asset. But riskier borrowers are shut out of the relief.

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  • June 10 @ 1:05 pm

Here’s what negative interest rates from Fed would mean for you

For everyday Americans, negative interest rates would likely mean lower mortgage and credit card rates but even lower returns on savings, if any at all.

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  • June 10 @ 9:43 am

Purchase mortgage applications rise for eighth straight week

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest mortgage application data.

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  • June 10 @ 6:41 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers amazes again, now up 13% annually despite rising rates

Rising interest rates did nothing to deter an onslaught of mortgage demand from homebuyers: Applications for loans to purchase a home rose 5% last week.

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  • June 10 @ 6:00 am

As NYC reopens, Hudson Yards takes high tech precautions

As New York City reopens for business, so too will offices in the city’s largest new real estate development, Hudson Yards. It will not, however, be business as usual.

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  • June 8 @ 11:51 am

Five charts that track the U.S. economy amid reopening progress

As states gradually reopen, the U.S. economy is showing signs of life after one of the most significant downturns in history.

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  • June 7 @ 1:38 pm

Mortgage rates spike on shocking jobs report

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down the spike in mortgage rates.

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  • June 5 @ 1:18 pm

The IRS is giving you more time to invest in this new tax-advantaged strategy

Qualified opportunity funds give investors a tax-advantaged way to pour money into economically distressed areas. The IRS is giving these taxpayers until the end of the year to select the projects they will back.

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  • June 5 @ 11:53 am

The recovery from the coronavirus sure looks V-shaped, going by these charts

A better-than-expected jobs report is the latest data point that shows a possible quick recovery for the U.S. economy.

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  • June 5 @ 10:12 am

‘It’s going to be ugly,’ analyst says as mortgage rates suddenly spike on shocking jobs report

What’s good news for the U.S. economy is suddenly bad news for mortgage rates. A far-better-than-expected May employment report only added to a growing sell-off in the bond market, pushing bond yields to the highest level since March. Mortgage rates loosely follow the yield on the 10-year Treasury.

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  • June 5 @ 9:28 am

Coronavirus-fueled wave of foreclosures is unlikely, says Mortgage Bankers Association CEO

Bob Broeksmit, CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the housing market amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • June 5 @ 7:48 am

Mortgage bailout total shrinks for first time since start of pandemic

The number of borrowers in both government and private-label mortgage forbearance programs dropped by 34,000 last week, according to new numbers from Black Knight, a mortgage technology and data provider. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

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  • June 5 @ 6:25 am

Government’s mortgage bailout tally shrinks for the first time since the coronavirus hit

Fewer borrowers are now in mortgage relief programs that allow them to delay their monthly payments due to the coronavirus crisis. The mortgage market, however, is not out of the woods yet. Far from it.

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  • June 5 @ 6:00 am

Zillow data shows owners of vacation rentals are now looking for longer-term renters

Zillow has seen significant increases in listing for furnished rentals and rentals of six-months or less, a sign that Airbnb hosts have pivoted to the long-term rental market as a result of the coronavirus’s impact on the tourism industry.

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  • June 4 @ 4:32 pm

Here’s what may be next for businesses skipping rent payments

Commercial rent may be in trouble as businesses struggle to make payments. Heather Long of The Washington Post joins CNBC’s Kelly Evans to break down commercial retail rents.

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  • June 4 @ 1:14 pm

Chairman of McKinsey Global Institute on racial wealth gap

James Manyika, chairman of the McKinsey Global Institute, joins “Closing Bell” to discuss what companies can do to address the racial wealth gap.

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  • June 3 @ 4:47 pm

New York City’s signed real estate contracts decrease by 87 percent in May 2020

CNBC’s Robert Frank reports on how the New York City real estate market is getting hit by the coronavirus pandemic and what the forecast looks like.

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  • June 3 @ 2:12 pm

Manhattan real estate deals plunge 84% in May amid coronavirus, protests

Real estate contracts for Manhattan apartments dropped by 84% in May and early data shows a flight to the suburbs.

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  • June 3 @ 10:18 am

Military families face housing limbo during Covid-19 crisis

Coronavirus lockdowns across the nation and overseas have put many U.S. military families in a tough spot when it comes to housing, with “stop-movement” orders leaving service members scheduled to transfer between bases stuck in limbo with two mortgages or leases to pay. But there is help available from the Defense Department, service relief organizations […]

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  • June 3 @ 7:00 am

Home purchase applications spike as mortgage rates fall

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest mortgage application data.

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  • June 3 @ 6:40 am

Mortgage demand from homebuyers jumps 18%, as interest rates set another record low

The numbers get stronger each week as homebuyers rush back into the market, hoping to get their hands on what few homes there are for sale. Another record-low mortgage rate didn’t hurt.

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  • June 3 @ 6:03 am

Redfin CEO: People are refiguring where they want to live

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins CNBC’s Kelly Evans to discuss how real estate is being impacted by the pandemic and protests.

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  • June 2 @ 1:34 pm

First annual home value drop in nine years predicted

CNBC’s Diana Olick discusses the future of home prices.

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  • June 2 @ 1:32 pm

Home prices in April saw biggest gain in 2 years, but they’re expected to drop by next year

Home sales may have slowed to a trickle, as much of the national economy shut down in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, but home prices did just the opposite.

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  • June 2 @ 8:28 am

Five charts that track the U.S. economy as states reopen

As states gradually reopen, the U.S. economy is showing signs of life after one of the most significant downturns in history.

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  • May 31 @ 8:25 am

Here’s how retirement communities are adapting to a post-Covid 19 world

Given the outsized risk that the coronavirus poses to older individuals, age-restricted communities — i.e., those for the 55-plus or 60-plus demographic — are retooling how they operate.

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  • May 31 @ 8:15 am

Short-term rental market faces consolidation as start-ups and small landlords offload properties

Venture-funded companies and mom and pop businesses in the short-term rental market are offloading properties after the coronavirus dramatically curtailed travel.

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  • May 30 @ 9:54 am

LGI Homes CEO Eric Lipar on U.S. home sales

Eric Lipar, CEO of LGI Homes, joins “Closing Bell” to discuss U.S. home sales amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • May 29 @ 3:43 pm

Covid-19 stimulating secular shift in where households live: CFRA director of research

Ken Leon, CFRA director of research and industry analyst, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the state of the housing markets amid the coronavirus pandemic and which homebuilders are more likely to withstand the current situation.

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  • May 29 @ 1:38 pm

Pandemic squeezes already low housing supply

CNBC’s Kelly Evans and Diana Olick discuss the home shortage and the health of the housing market amid the pandemic with Tim Mayopoulos, former Fannie Mae CEO.

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  • May 29 @ 1:00 pm

Zillow CEO: ‘We’re not really seeing’ people bolt from cities to suburbs yet due to coronavirus

“What we’re seeing is lots more activity and a lot of dissatisfaction with where people are living right now,” Zillow CEO Richard Barton told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 12:02 pm

Zillow CEO Richard Barton on post-pandemic home buying trends

Richard Barton, CEO of Zillow, joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss home buying as the economy reopens.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 11:16 am

Demand for mortgage bailout slows to a trickle despite continuing coronavirus fallout

Despite record-high unemployment and massive economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, fewer homeowners appear to be struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments now than at the start of the crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 8:54 am

Why New York real estate guru Bill Rudin is confident companies will return to the office

Bill Rudin, co-chairman and CEO of Rudin Management Company and chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of real estate and what the coronavirus pandemic means for New York.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 8:46 am

‘Shark Tank’ investor Kevin O’Leary says companies will ‘save a ton of money’ from re

“Productivity is significantly higher when you give people what they want,” Kevin O’Leary told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 8:28 am

Why homebuilders are winning the Covid-19 race to recovery

The housing market appears to be a surprise and early winner in the race to economic recovery from Covid-19 and it is starting with the nation’s homebuilders, which have seen their stocks rise sharply over the past month. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 8:24 am

Kevin O’Leary: Remote work will become the norm and it will save companies money

Kevin O’Leary, chairman of O’Shares ETFs and co-host of “Shark Tank,” joins “Squawk Box” to discuss where he thinks the future of work is heading in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 6:13 am

Housing stocks: What the charts say to watch before jumping in to the homebuilders rally

Homebuilders are on track for their best quarter ever. Miller Tabak’s Matt Maley is watching the commodity market to determine where they head next.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 5:50 am

Grocery stores operate well in good and bad times, real estate investor says

Brady Welch, founding partner of Slate Asset Management, discusses the real estate market in Europe.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 4:14 am

Singapore commercial REITs may yield between 4%-4.5% post-pandemic: Keppel REIT CEO

If bond rates and borrowing costs remain low post-pandemic, investors could see yields shift to around 4%-4.5% range for commercial real estate investment trusts (REITs) in Singapore, says Paul Tham, CEO of Keppel REIT Management.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 12:50 am

Trading Nation: Homebuilders surge 44% this quarter, here’s where it could be headed