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Steve Eisman, the hedge-fund manager famous for betting against the US housing market in 2008, is sounding the alarm on the Canadian market.
The most expensive listing in America’s wealthiest town got a $5 million price cut — take a look inside the 7-bedroom, $27.5 million Silic...
The newly constructed $27.5 million Atherton, Calif., mansion sits 20 minutes from the headquarters of both Facebook and Google. Take a look around.
A Canadian woman is selling her $1.3 million mansion for $19 in an essay contest, and photos of the interior show just how lucky the winner will be
Last month, Canadian resident Alla Wagner announced she's selling her $1.3 million mansion in a writing contest. Here's a look inside the luxury home.
Despite a strong economy, homebuying affordability has decreased year-over-year due to a rise in mortgage rates and home prices.
7 of the 10 hottest neighborhoods in America have a median sale price over $1 million — here’s a look at the full list
Real estate brokerage Redfin announced its annual list of hottest neighborhoods for 2019. Expensive, coastal markets dominated the list.
A Canadian woman is selling her 3-bedroom, $1.3 million mansion for $19 and an essay, but the contest has a catch
A Canadian named Alla Wagner is offering her $1.3 million home to the lucky winner of her $19 essay contest, which remains open until April.
Stacked housing inventories in the Hamptons are indicating the US housing market is falling deeper into a weak stretch.
Federal workers affected by the government shutdown have more than $400 million in mortgage and rent payments due this month, and it could cause chaos...
The government shutdown could start having an impact on the housing market as furloughed employees owe $400 million in mortgage and rent payments.
Chinese people represent the largest share of foreign buyers in the United States real estate market. Now, more middle-class buyers are investing.
The top 10 cities for buying a house in 2019, where jobs are plentiful, construction is booming, and young people are moving in
Wage growth and new-home construction in these cities are keeping up with home price increases, making it easier for buyers to afford a home.