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Homebuilder stocks are getting crushed, but one analyst says the chart looks so bad — it's good

While some investors are avoiding homebuilders amid rising interest rates that traditionally serve as a headwind for the economically sensitive group of stocks, others say evidence is mounting for a bounce.


Expect house remodeling to become more resilient: Analyst

Susan Maklari, homebuilding and building products analyst at Credit Suisse, discuss the cool-down in the housing market.


Top VC deals: SAP snaps up Qualtrics; an Amazon Go competitor raises a round; Bain closes $1 billion

A weekly recap of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.


Amazon's HQ2 in Queens will be 'square in the danger zone for frequent flooding'

New research from Climate Central and Zillow shows the area could see significant coastal flooding by 2020. By 2050, extreme projections of sea level rise have low-lying buildings under water.


FAO Schwarz makes its return to New York. Here's what its new store looks like inside

FAO Schwarz is making its return to New York City after shutting its famed flagship store on Fifth Avenue in 2015, when the brand was still owned by Toys R Us.


Billionaire Stephen Ross: Condos in big cities are 'overbuilt' and higher rates aren't helping

There's an oversupply of luxury condominiums in most major cities and rising interest rates are making it harder for buyers to make deals, the developer says.


Homebuilder stocks get crushed, but one analyst says the chart looks so bad, it’s good

Todd Gordon of and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss homebuilder stocks like KB Home with Mike Santoli.


Experts discuss Amazon HQ2, interest rates at NYU's Capital Markets in Real Estate conference

CNBC's Diana Olick reports from NYU's Capital Markets in Real Estate conference.


Stocks mixed as utilities, real estate lag

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the day's market action.


Hong Kong housing prices could fall 25 percent next year if trade war worsens

Hong Kong's housing prices could slump up to 25 percent next year if the trade war between the United States and China worsens and local stocks slide further, according to real-estate and investment management company JLL.