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Understanding renters rights post-Hurricane Ian
American Homes 4 Rent CEO David Singelyn joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss damage assessments from Hurricane Ian, adapting company strategy due to climate change and
Understanding renters rights post-Hurricane Ian
American homebuyers are finding UK bargains, discounted by a weaker pound
The fall in the British currency has made U.K. real estate cheaper for buyers paying in U.S. dollars. Prices in London are down nearly 20% over the past year as a result of price declines and currency impact. Brokers and real-estate experts say drops have created a rare investment opportunity for Americans to buy into the U.k. real- estate market. "We don't see much pure speculation," says Paddy Dring. The buyers are usually driven by a business or education or lifestyle. The savings can be substantial. For... more
American homebuyers are finding UK bargains, discounted by a weaker pound
Longview Global's Dewardric McNeal breaks down China's real estate woes
Dewardic McNeal, Longview Global managing director, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss China's real estate market and the problems its seeing now.
Longview Global's Dewardric McNeal breaks down China's real estate woes
Australia's house prices fall, interest rates soar but analysts say there's no crash yet
The Reserve Bank of Australia has hiked interest rates for five straight months raising the official cash rate to 2.35% from just 0.1% in April. Sydney ranked second after Hong Kong as the most affordable city in the world. The average house prices in the global housing affordability Report was also the largest since 1983, Corelogic said in its most recent According to Corelogics. Current clearance rates at auctions in both cities have also closed lower at between 50% and 60%. The monthly price fall in August... more
Australia's house prices fall, interest rates soar but analysts say there's no crash yet
Hurricane Ian is a reminder for all homeowners to check their insurance for coverage of natural disasters
If you're a homeowner, whether you live in an area prone to hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, hail, wildfires or severe storms - all of which seem to be becoming more prevalent amid a warming climate - it's important to know which types of weather-related damage your homeowners insurance covers, excludes or charges a separate, and likely higher, deductible for. Flooding has become an increasing risk for homeowners as sea levels rise and storms grow larger. Just 15% of homeowners are insured to protect against... more
Hurricane Ian is a reminder for all homeowners to check their insurance for coverage of natural disasters
Jim Chanos says this is the biggest investing story that no one is talking about
Short-seller Jim Chanos says investors are largely passing over a huge story in China. The nation faces a deepening crisis caused by multiple factors, he says. China's second-largest property developer, Evergrande, has come under scrutiny for its financial dealings. The pandemic has exacerbated the problems, with the government's zero-Covid policy hammering economic activity. "I think that we ignore it at our own peril," Chanos said. The problems run deeper. "We ignore it. I think that I think we ignored it... more
Jim Chanos says this is the biggest investing story that no one is talking about
Jim Chanos: The fact there's a meltdown among Chinese developers is a major story
Legendary investor Jim Chanos and Carson Block, investor and founder of Muddy Waters Research, join CNBC's Dominic Chu at the Delivering Alpha conference to discuss the meltdown in the Chinese real estate market and how it should be a much bigger story than it is.
Jim Chanos: The fact there's a meltdown among Chinese developers is a major story
How to make the buy vs. rent housing decision as mortgage rates surge
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How to make the buy vs. rent housing decision as mortgage rates surge
Pending home sales declined for the third consecutive month in August
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on August's pending homes sales data.
Pending home sales declined for the third consecutive month in August
Record number of UK mortgage deals pulled in one day as market mayhem takes hold
935 mortgage products were pulled from the market on Tuesday, according to Moneyfacts. The company said this was the largest ever daily drop on record, with the previous high being 462 when the first U.K. Covid lockdown was announced in 2020. Concerns about mortgage rates becoming unaffordable have spiked among borrowers and lenders. There have also been reports of house sales falling through. The Bank of England will implement further interest rate hikes. The British pound fell to an all-time low. The yield... more
Record number of UK mortgage deals pulled in one day as market mayhem takes hold
Mortgage refinancing drops to a 22-year low as interest rates rise
Diana Olick joins 'Squawk Box' to break down latest mortgage demand data.
Mortgage refinancing drops to a 22-year low as interest rates rise
Mortgage refinancing drops to a 22-year low as interest rates surge even higher
Mortgage rates drove even higher last week after the Federal Reserve signaled it would continue its aggressive action to cool inflation. After a strange rebound the week before, applications to refinance a home loan declined 11% for the week and were 84% lower than the same week one year ago. The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances increased to 6.52% from 6.25%, with points rising to 1.15 from 0.71 for loans with a 20% down payment. "After a brief pause... more
Mortgage refinancing drops to a 22-year low as interest rates surge even higher
Property developers find municipal financing easier in the Sun Belt region, says Howard Hughes CEO
Howard Hughes CEO David O'Reilly joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss the impact of rising rates across its residential, commercial and retail properties, the lack of buyer demand, and the conflict between innovation and zoning laws.
Property developers find municipal financing easier in the Sun Belt region, says Howard Hughes CEO
30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumps over 7 percent
Diana Olick joins 'The Exchange' to report on 30-year
30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumps over 7 percent
The housing market is a little worse than most people realize, says Zillow co-founder
Spencer Rascoff, Zillow co-founder and former CEO, joins 'TechCheck' to discuss the impact of the quickly slowing housing market, rising rates on the consumer behavior, when Rascoff expects the IPO market to shift and which companies will look to go public this year.
The housing market is a little worse than most people realize, says Zillow co-founder
Home prices cooled in July at the fastest rate in the history of S&P Case-Shiller Index
U.S. home prices cooled in July at the fastest rate in the history of the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index. Prices in July were still higher than they were a year ago, but cooled significantly from June gains. Tampa, Miami and Dallas saw the highest annual gains among the 20 cities in July. Washington, D.C., Minneapolis and San Francisco saw the smallest gains but were still well above year-ago levels. The National Association of Realtors saw the biggest gains.
Home prices cooled in July at the fastest rate in the history of S&P Case-Shiller Index
Amphibious houses and floating cities could protect coastal communities from sea-level rise
A new industry of floating infrastructure is emerging to combat the threat of rising sea levels. Amphibious homes can preserve the accessibility of the house and maintain the congenial front porch culture. Modern floating cities are the brainchild of architect Bjarke Ingels, who hopes his Oceanix City will be "the most resilient city you can imagine" The U.N. Human Settlements Programme is working on a prototype that will consist of three 'islands. Each platform costs about $150 million to $200 million. "I'm... more
Amphibious houses and floating cities could protect coastal communities from sea-level rise
How floating cities and amphibious homes may help coastal towns adapt to sea-level rise
A new industry of floating infrastructure is emerging to help adapt to rising sea levels. There are two distinct approaches that are being put forth as possible solutions: retrofitting homes to be amphibious and building floating cities. Would you live in a floating city or retrofit your home so it floats during floods?
How floating cities and amphibious homes may help coastal towns adapt to sea-level rise
UK lenders halt mortgage deals to customers after market chaos
Virgin Money, Halifax and Skipton Building Society temporarily paused mortgage offers for new customers. Halifax is planning to halt any mortgage products with fees where lower interest rates are usually offered. The British bond and currency markets have been in turmoil since Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng announced his "mini-budget" on Friday. The yield on the U.K. 10-year gilt soared to levels not seen since 2008 on Monday. The British pound dropped to an all-time low. The UK pound plummeted to anAll-time... more
UK lenders halt mortgage deals to customers after market chaos
Home purchase cancellations are above 15% for the second straight month. It's important to know the financial repercussions
Amid higher interest rates and a softening housing market, home buyers are continuing to back out of purchase contracts at an elevated rate. Typically, buyers provide what's called an earnest money or "Good faith" deposit when an offer is made on a home, although the specifics vary from state to state. Given the financial risks of a broken contract, it makes sense to ensure the final purchase is contingent upon certain aspects of buying a house. More from Personal Finance:Car buyers pay 10% above the sticker... more
Home purchase cancellations are above 15% for the second straight month. It's important to know the financial repercussions
China's real estate market struggles to get projects finished
CNBC's Eunice Yoon, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to share update on China's real estate sector, after many projects were left unfinished and home owners threatened to not pay mortgages, as well as the impact upcoming elections are having on the property sector.
China's real estate market struggles to get projects finished
As 30-year mortgage rates hit 6.7%, homebuyers are facing 'payment shock.' Here are ways to save
The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is 6.7% as of Friday, up from 3.3% at the start of 2022. Home prices are up 13.1% on average from a year ago, according to Realtor.com. If you're a first-time home Buyer with limited means, you may be able to qualify for one of the federal programs available. If the higher payment squeezes your budget too much, it may not be the best. If a potential homebuyer might be unable to save for a mortgage. If you consider going this route, it could not be worth it. The... more
As 30-year mortgage rates hit 6.7%, homebuyers are facing 'payment shock.' Here are ways to save
Inside the $250 million penthouse on 'Billionaires' Row'
Perched on Manhattan's "Billionaires' Row" a strip of super-tall skyscrapers along the southern edge of Central Park it is being marketed as the ultimate real estate trophy for a billionaire looking to tower over New York City. "I've been selling real estate for 15 years now, and I've sold some of the most expensive real estate in New York, Florida, everywhere," said Ryan Serhant, of Serhant, who is marketing the penthouse. For the year, sales of apartments priced at $10 million or more have declined 38%,... more
Inside the $250 million penthouse on 'Billionaires' Row'
Inflation and higher rates are a 'dangerous mix' for consumers already stretched thin, says chief financial analyst
"Credit card rates are the highest since 1995, mortgage rates are the highest since 2008 and auto loan rates are the highest since 2012." But it's the combination of higher rates and inflation that have hit consumers particularly hard, he added. More from Personal Finance:What the Fed's interest rate hike means for youHow persistent high inflation may affect your tax bracketThese steps can help you tackle stressful credit card debt Higher prices are causing more people to lean on credit just when "Interest rates... more
Inflation and higher rates are a 'dangerous mix' for consumers already stretched thin, says chief financial analyst
New York City penthouse becomes priciest listing in U.S. at $250 million
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on America's most expensive home listing
New York City penthouse becomes priciest listing in U.S. at $250 million
Homebuilders report: Nailing down the new homes trade
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on Lennar and KB Home earnings.
Homebuilders report: Nailing down the new homes trade
Read the highlights of the new lawsuit against Donald Trump by New York Attorney General Letitia James
New York Attorney General Letitia James alleges a wide-ranging fraud that spanned years. James claims that Trump and his company, the Trump Organization, fraudulently manipulated the valuations of properties owned by the company to obtain better terms on loans and insurance and to lower their tax burdens. Trump strongly denies any wrongdoing. The civil suit names Trump but his three oldest children and two company executives as defendants as defendants. The suit also names Trump and two executives. Trump denies... more
Read the highlights of the new lawsuit against Donald Trump by New York Attorney General Letitia James
Realtor.com's George Ratui breaks down continuous rate hikes' impact on the housing market
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise its benchmark interest rate by 0.75 percent.
Realtor.com's George Ratui breaks down continuous rate hikes' impact on the housing market
The Federal Reserve hiked rates another 0.75% — what the Fed's 'tough love' message means for you
More from Personal Finance:5 ways the Fed's interest rate hike may affect youHow persistent high inflation may affect your tax bracketThese steps can help you tackle stressful credit card debt The federal funds rate, which is set by the U.S. central bank, is the interest rate at which banks borrow and lend to one another overnight. "Credit card rates are the highest since 1996, mortgage rates are the highest since 2008, and auto loans are the highest since 2012." On the flip side, higher interest rates also... more
The Federal Reserve hiked rates another 0.75% — what the Fed's 'tough love' message means for you
Trump Organization: James' lawsuit is unethical political harassment
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the Trump organization response to the lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James today.
Trump Organization: James' lawsuit is unethical political harassment
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