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The number of prospective homeowners signing contracts to buy previously owned properties ticked up last month to the highest level in nearly three years.
Case-Shiller, probably the most-cited measure of changes in U.S. home prices, has been acquired by real-estate data company CoreLogic. What does it mean?
Here is a look at real-estate news from Friday's WSJ:
Mortgage rates in the U.S. fell during the past week, with the average 15-year fixed rate and the five-year adjustable-rate both hitting record lows, according to mortgage-finance company Freddie Mac.
A new report raises concerns about an ‘alarming rate’ of homeowners defaulting after receiving a permanent mortgage modification.
Here is a look at real-estate news from Wednesday's WSJ.
The housing market has Barclays analyst Stephen Kim remembering his first car.
Actor Nick Nolte has listed his Malibu home for $8.25 million.
Four new properties vied for the title of 'House of the Week.' Find out which home won the most recent readers’ poll.
The number of U.S. mortgages that were behind on their payments or in foreclosure in March fell below the 5 million mark for the first time since 2008, according to a report released Tuesday.
Here is a look at real-estate news from the weekend and today in the WSJ.
Sales of previously owned homes fell by 0.6% in March from February, causing some analysts to second guess the housing rebound. What’s going on?
Miami’s real-estate market has been hot lately, spurred largely by an influx of wealthy foreign buyers purchasing second homes with cash.
Here is a look at real-estate news from Friday's WSJ.
Investors are paying up to be in West Los Angeles, and more in this week's Plots & Ploys.
Here is a look at real-estate news in Wednesday's WSJ.
A 7,200-square-foot penthouse in New York's TriBeCa neighborhood has hit the market for $42 million.
Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia, sits down with the WSJ's 'Lunch Break' to discuss a surprising finding: a number of homeowners wish they bought bigger homes.
The pace of annual housing construction rose above 1 million units in March for the first time since June 2008. But before builders start cheering the return of the good old days, it’s worth noting a few things.
When it comes to painting a room, homeowners these days want to stand out, embracing more colors than they have in the past, according to a new survey by paint retailer Sherwin-Williams.