- Judge dismisses Trump federal lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James over her probe of business
Ex-President Donald Trump and his company are being investigated by New York Attorney General Letitia James over valuations of real estate assets.
- Mansions in Boca Raton are commanding Miami Beach prices. Here's a look inside
Ultra-high-end real estate in Boca Raton, Florida, is on a stratospheric rise, breaking record sale prices every year for five consecutive years.
- The lack of small-dollar mortgages is preventing Americans from purchasing affordable homes
Families on a more modest income are finding it harder to buy smaller houses with smaller mortgages.
- The Fed will raise interest rates again soon. Make these money moves now
"If your New Year's resolution was to build a household budget, it may need a refresh and a review," said certified financial planner Cathy Schaeffer.
- Home listings suddenly jump as sellers worry they may miss out on the red-hot housing market
With home sales slowing and mortgage rates rising, home sellers are starting to worry that the red-hot housing market is over.
- Trump must answer questions under oath in New York AG probe into business practices, appeals court says
Ex-President Donald Trump has repeatedly failed to limit the probe by New York Attorney General Letitia James into Trump Organization business practices.
- Home prices have surged. Here's how to tap into that equity if you aren't ready to sell
Total housing wealth grew by $8.2 trillion between 2010 and 2020, according to a March report from the National Association of Realtors.
- Mortgage demand slides further, even as interest rates pull back slightly
Mortgage rates turned lower for the second straight week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
- That vacation rental listing could be a scam. These are the warning signs to look out for
As summer heats up, you may be eager to book your next getaway. But before you commit to renting a property, be sure to double check it's not a scam.
- Sales of newly built homes tumbled over 16% in April while prices soared
The median price of a new home sold in April was $450,600, an increase of nearly 20% from the year before.
- Here's why major cities may still be worth their high cost of living
Cities' longstanding and dominant business advantages have waned in the pandemic but not disappeared amid wide adoption of remote work.
- Op-ed: The housing shortage will actually benefit homebuilder stocks. Here are some companies to watch
Rumors of the homebuilding industry's weaknesses have been greatly exaggerated. The current battered condition of these stocks is actually an opportunity.
- Goldman Sachs expects more China real estate defaults, switches to bear case
Chinese real estate defaults have increased so much that Goldman Sachs analysts have shifted to their worst-case scenario for the riskiest part of the market.
- Buyers are making concessions to nab a home. Here’s what they’re doing
Some 58% of U.S. adults would be willing to take action to find housing that is more affordable, according to a Bankrate survey.
- Trump pays $110,000 fine but must do more to lift contempt order, New York AG's office says
A $10,000 per day fine against Trump could be reinstated if he does not meet the conditions required to lift a contempt-of-court finding.
- What to think about when saving for near-term goals amid choppy markets, rising interest rates
If you're saving for a goal three to five years away, rising interest rates and liquidity should be top of mind. Here's how to decide where to put that cash.
- Crypto as currency: managing your financial life using digital coins
It's possible to live off of a salary paid in cryptocurrency but advisors caution clients virtual coins don't offer the same protections as cash or stocks.
- Reality TV shows based on real estate are 'horrible' for the industry, says brokerage CEO
Bess Freedman, CEO of Brown Harris Stevens, took aim at the rise of shows like Netflix's "Selling Sunset" and Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing."
- Existing home sales fell in April to the lowest level since the start of the pandemic
Rising mortgage rates and continued tight supply caused home sales to drop to the lowest level since the start of the pandemic.
- How relocating Americans created new inflation hot spots
The relationship between migration and inflation has strengthened as more people relocate from expensive cities to more affordable areas, according to Redfin.
- Scared of getting a mortgage? A strategist reveals the 1990s gadget that gives her cause to be optimistic
Invesco's Kristina Hooper recalls her own experience of buying a "starter home" as a newlywed in 1996.
- Americans are more stressed about money than ever, and it's hurting our mental health
- Weekly mortgage demand from homebuyers tumbles 12%, as higher interest rates take their toll
Higher mortgage interest rates are hitting homebuyer affordability hard, and that is showing up in a sharp drop in mortgage applications.
- How to sidestep a tax bomb when selling your home
With soaring prices and record home equity, you may expect a profit when selling your property. Here's how to lessen the tax bite.
- Homebuilder sentiment falls to 2-year low on declining demand and rising costs
"Housing leads the business cycle, and housing is slowing," said NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter, a builder and developer.
- Home affordability at 2007 bubble levels, but crash is unlikely: Blackstone's Joe Zidle
Blackstone's Joseph Zidle draws a striking parallel to the 2007 housing market peak. But, he lists reasons why the outcome should be different this time.
- Every home in America now has a wildfire threat score, and some areas see a 200% jump in risk
Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive.
- This flashy Bel Air mansion that was listed at $87.8 million flopped at auction — and now the seller is furious
"Horrible, Horrible, Horrible!" was how the seller, who filed for Chapter 11 last year, characterized the auction results to CNBC.
- China may chalk up more debt as lockdowns hit the economy
China may have to issue more debt as it tries to keep growing in the face of Covid lockdowns that are stunting its economy.
- Cushman & Wakefield appeals subpoenas order in Trump Organization probe by New York attorney general
As Cushman & Wakefield appealed, a judge conditionally lifted a contempt of court finding against Donald Trump related to a subpoena for other documents.