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Here is a look at real-estate news from Wednesday's WSJ, including the Property Report.
Here’s a look at five things that economists expect will boost the new-home market in 2014.
The colder the temperature, the more house hunters seek out warm-weather locales like Miami and Phoenix, says Jed Kolko, chief economist at real-estate website Trulia.
A penthouse in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood has closed for $50.9 million. According to the listing agent, the deal sets a new record for the most expensive home sale downtown.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. sold one of its most prestigious properties, the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, kicking off what is expected to be a flurry of sales activity by the company over the next three years.
Several measures indicate that home builders again started hiking prices last fall as buyers regained a bit of confidence in the market.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Friday that housing construction starts totaled an estimated 923,400 units for 2013. That’s less than many analysts’ initial forecasts for the year.
A new report provides some evidence that it may have become a little easier for some Americans to get a mortgage as the housing market improves and lenders grapple with a pullback in refinancing amid higher mortgage rates.
West Coast condominium prices continue to rocket upward in December, with sale prices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle all rising at a double digit clip.
Small lenders, already struggling with weak economic conditions and rising interest rates, say new mortgage-lending rules could further crimp their ability to make loans
Three Republican lawmakers on Wednesday defended mortgage-fee increases announced by the Federal Housing Finance Agency last month that were later suspended by the agency’s new director.
Part of famed investor Warren Buffett’s legacy is set to be bulldozed this week.
Here are five wild-cards to watch this year in housing:
Rep. Mel Watt won’t be sworn in as the director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency until Monday, but he has already sent a clear signal of the coming shift in direction from his predecessor.
It’s been a big year for real estate in California’s affluent Orange County, which has experienced two major home sales in recent months.
A look back at some of the most interesting amenities and homes profiled in the House of the Day feature in 2013.
Rep. Mel Watt (D., N.C.), the incoming director of the regulatory agency that oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, announced late Friday that he would delay an increase in mortgage fees charged by the housing-finance giants.
Sales of previously owned homes fell 1.2% in November compared to one year ago, the first year-over-year drop in nearly 2½ years, the National Association of Realtors said on Thursday. Here are five reasons why sales have slowed:
ABC News correspondent Amy Robach and her husband Andrew Shue are moving into a new apartment in lower Manhattan, according to sources familiar with the deal.
Lennar Corp. on Wednesday provided hope that the strongest home builders still can scratch out gains in an otherwise lackluster market, but it’s likely too early to declare that the new-home market’s recovery has emerged from its prolonged pause.