Category: Real Estate

Cramer Remix: Zillow's risky move has not paid off

Jim Cramer reveals why the real estate company's strategy in the housing market was the wrong move at the wrong time. Source link

Amazon still one of most powerful deflationary forces

The auto industry is seeing a shift in consumer purchases, with more and more people opting to buy used cars rather than pay up for new ones. Naturally, Cramer wanted to...

The high cost of preserving vulnerable beaches after hurricanes

As lawmakers consider disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Florence, projects to rebuild North Carolina’s shrunken shorelines are likely to get a healthy chunk...

Home sellers slashing prices nationwide, NYC real estate prices drop

CNBC's Diana Olick reports that NYC real estate prices dropped as a new supply hit the market. Source link

Trump’s latest Chinese tariffs are a $1 billion tax on housing

Homebuilders are worried about affordability, but firm demand is holding that concern in check, for now. Homebuilder sentiment in September held steady at 67 on the...

Florence expected to rank among the top 10 costliest hurricanes ever

Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images Waves crash around the Oceana Pier as the outer edges of Hurricane Florence being to affect the coast September 13, 2018 in Atlantic...

Rep. Hensarling: Why Ginnie Mae is better than Fannie and Freddie

Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) discusses the 10-year conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and what he proposes to help prevent the next housing crisis. Source...

'There's so much demand' for property in Singapore

The Singapore government has tightened property cooling measures but there are still "a lot of transactions going on," says Hari Krishnan, chief executive of...

Despite booming economy, recovery in U.S. housing sector has been slow: Economist

Mark Vitner, managing director and senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities, says housing has been 'most troubling,' with recovery slow to get back on track....

The housing recovery isn’t over, it just feels like it is

This is not to say that the nation’s homebuilders have fully “recovered.” Far from it. They are increasing production, slowly, but they continue to...