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One of the biggest US homebuilders just sounded the alarm on a slowdown — here are the housing stocks traders are betting can sink further
Homebuilder stocks are under pressure. Traders are building larger short positions in many of these names, according to an analysis by S3 Partners.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is putting up $6.1 million to turn a hotel into transitional housing for San Francisco’s homeless population
"Every homeless person needs a home," Benioff said in a tweet confirming his $6.1 million donation to help San Francisco's homeless population.
Chinese nationals own half of all homes bought over the past decade under Malaysia’s foreign residency scheme
Chinese citizens owned 37 per cent of all approved purchases, followed by British citizens (8 per cent) and Bangladeshi citizens (5.6 per cent).
Seattle is deciding whether to build a $3 million "mega tent" for homeless residents. It could be a solution to the city's homelessness crisis.
SmartAsset recently released a report on the best states to live for the middle class, defined as households with an income between $35,000 and $100,000. Keep reading to see the top 25 places to live the American Dream.
There are many things millennials must consider when buying a home, like speaking with a mortgage broker rather than relying on real estate websites, finding an inspector, and sticking to a budget.
‘The city knows our core is rotten’: Some Washington, DC residents are ‘losing their minds’ over Amazon’s possible arriv...
As cities await the HQ2 announcement, some Washington, DC residents are concerned about the potential negative impacts on their communities, including an increase in congestion and lack of affordable housing.
Photographer Johnny Miller captures the stark contrast between crammed single-story dwellings and neighboring high-rises occupied by wealthy financiers, real estate professionals, and media execs.
There are housing affordability crises in many more cities because housing costs have risen faster than incomes, according to UBS' 2018 Global Real Estate Bubble Index. Policymakers will need to step in, but the appropriate response could be challenging to nail down.
Hudson Yards is the most expensive real estate development in US history. Here’s what its $25 billion future could look like.
The complex is a stunning design feat, but it's already being criticized for its luxury amenities and high-end retailers. Will this progress alienate the local community, or lead it toward a brighter future?