The U.K. property market has proved difficult for both renters and prospective homeowners recently — but experts say this could be about to change.
Former President Donald Trump wrote in a social media post on Sunday that he won't testify in his $250 million civil fraud trial in New York on Monday.
It's a good time for homeowners in Hong Kong to buy now, but investors hunting for yield might want to think twice, says Peter Churchouse of Portwood Capital.
Stephen Kim, homebuilders analyst at Evercore ISI, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the state of housing, the outlook for the industry in 2024, and more.
California metro regions ranked as the least-affordable areas, while Midwest metros were the most affordable, Redfin said in a new report.
After hitting 8% in October, the rate for the popular 30-year mortgage is heading back down toward 7%.
Meredith Whitney, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss why Whitney believes sports betting has and can further impact the housing market.
A recent decline in mortgage rates has given prospective homebuyers and sellers more wiggle room. But experts say it will take more for the market to change.
U.K. property sales will improve over the next six months amid falling inflation and speculation over rate cuts from the Bank of England, says Tom Bill, head of U.K. residential research at Knight Frank.
China's recent policy support is aimed at fixing its system and shouldn't be seen as economic stimulus, says Societe Generale's Wei Yao.
Nigel Stevenson, analyst at the accounting research firm, discusses what's behind its report alleging that Evergrande artificially inflated revenue.
Andy Walden, vice president of enterprise research at ICE Mortgage Technology, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the cost of borrowing, the impact of potential interest rate cuts and more.
Evergrande Group rejected a report alleging the beleaguered Chinese property firm had "inflated revenue and profits" and called it "without basis."
Don Peebles, The Peebles Corporation CEO and chairman, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the commercial real estate sector, potential impact on the financial sector, and more.
- Nashville added nearly 100 new residents per day in 2022. Here's why people are moving to Music City
In 2022, Nashville grew by roughly 100 people per day. Here's why transplants are still moving to Music City.
A New York appeals court reinstated a gag order on Donald Trump in his civil fraud trial before Judge Arthur Engoron set closing arguments for mid-January.
The Nashville building boom is in full effect despite higher interest rates, higher home prices and a weaker national economy.
Mortgage rates in October rose sharply, with the average on the 30-year fixed loan briefly eclipsing 8%.
There has been a shift in interest toward Middle Tennessee as wealthy buyers look for the large acreage and rural lifestyle of a farm.
Twin Rivers Farm could break records as Tennessee's priciest home if it fetches its $65 million asking price.
- China's property market: China's biggest lenders still have a lot of debt to resolve, says economist
Hao Hong, chief economist at Grow Investment Group, discusses China's economic outlook and Chinese banks' "very large exposure" to the property sector.
Syetarn Hansakul of the Economist Intelligence Unit explains the factors behind Singapore's position, including "demand-pull inflation" in housing and other resources.
The Trump Organization is under financial monitoring as part of a lawsuit by the New York Attorney General against Donald Trump, the firm, and two sons.
Jesse Singh, The Azek Company CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss what their Q4 earnings results suggest about the housing market, his thoughts on the generational transfer of wealth within the housing sector, and more.
Mortgage applications to purchase a home increased 5% for the week but were still 19% lower than the same week one year ago.
Quynh Le of Dragon Capital discusses the issues Vietnam's property sector faces and what the government needs to do.
Home prices were 3.9% higher in September compared with the same month a year earlier, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index.
- Mortgage rates will settle around five and a half to six percent, says Moody’s Analytics' Mark Zandi
Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, and CNBC's Diana Olick join 'The Exchange' to discuss affordability concerns in the real estate market, when inventory will settle and more.
There's one area in office real estate where the apocalyptic predictions about empty buildings will prove to be wrong.
Gen Zers and millennials are using "house hacking" as a way to secure homeownership in a tough market. Here's how the strategy works.
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