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How "for sale" sign redesign is disrupting the real estate market

CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how Compass Real Estate Brokerage is using technology to disrupt the housing market......»»

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Compass real estate brokerage disrupts with high-tech, smart "for sale" sign

Compass brokerage is ready to disrupt the classic "for sale" sign with a high-tech, interactive model that will be available to its 5,000 agents.....»»

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Federal housing chief Watt responds to harassment allegations

CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest on the harassment allegations towards Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Melvin Watt......»»

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10 great places to try tiny-house living on vacation

The tiny-house trend has spawned hotels that let guests experience what it’s like to live in fully contained homes that can measure less than 200 square feet, USA Today reports on some of their favorite listings. .....»»

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Tour the most expensive estate in America

Take an exclusive tour of the $1 billion "Mountain of Beverly Hills" with superbroker Aaron Kirman......»»

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Pending home sales inch higher in June, but are weaker than last year

Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose 0.9 percent in June but were still 2.5 percent lower compared to a year ago. Pending home sales have been down annually for six straight months......»»

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Pending home sales fall versus a year ago

CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the latest pending home sales data, which ticked up 0.9 percent in June compared to May. It came in lower than June of last year, the sixth straight month of annual declines......»»

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More intense flash floods hit overdeveloped real estate, destroying small-town America

A historic town in Maryland, barely a blip on the map, is a blueprint for developing disaster: real estate development in the face of increasingly wet weather. CNBC's Diana Olick reports......»»

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Insane things people will or won’t do for a free home

From living on an all fast-food diet to cutting communication with friends and family, these are the surprising things people are willing to do in exchange for their dream home. .....»»

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Hong Kong property prices still have room to rise: JLL

Demand for properties is still strong in Hong Kong, which will push prices higher even if interest rates are rising, says Denis Ma, head of research, Hong Kong at JLL......»»

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Maryland city working to prevent flood future damage

CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how one community in Maryland is dealing with real estate development in the face of intense weather......»»

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Devastating flash floods put US towns in peril, forcing real estate developers to change strategy

A historic town in Maryland, barely a blip on the map, is a blueprint for developing disaster: real estate development in the face of increasingly wet weather......»»

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First billion dollar residential listing in US

CNBC's Robert Frank takes viewers to the mountain of Beverly Hills, a plot of land that's bigger than Disneyland, and has a price tag of $1 billion......»»

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A space lawyer explains who owns the moon

Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong may have literally planted a US flag on the moon, but nearly 50 years later, many still wonder: Who owns the moon? A professor of space law elaborates on this question in The Conversation......»»

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Healthy workers tend to be more productive. How to tell if your office is "healthy"

Studies show that healthy workers tend to be more productive, a concept that is behind a growing trend in real estate to create offices with measurable wellness benefits, The New York Times reports. .....»»

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Weekly mortgage applications to buy a home hit the lowest level in a month as rates continue to rise

Total mortgage application volume slipped 2.5 percent last week from the previous week......»»

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Mortgage applications drop as rates continue to rise

CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest look at weekly mortgage applications......»»

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Housing demand sees biggest drop in more than 2 years

Housing demand has been very strong, but red-hot home prices, combined with higher mortgage rates, are finally taking their toll on affordability and demand. Housing demand in June fell by the biggest margin since April 2016. .....»»

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Bargain hunting: The median home price in the Hamptons has dropped below $1 million

Real estate in the tony Hamptons area of Long Island is showing signs of slowness. Homes that were listed for $15 million are selling for as low as $9 million or $10 million, The Financial Times reports......»»

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The Fed didn"t raise rates this time, but will again. Here"s how to prepare for the next hike

The Fed pointed to more rate increases before the end of the year. Here's what you should do about that......»»

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