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Hong Kong Rents Third Most Expensive in World
WSJ's Nick Timiraos Takes Your Questions on the Future of Fannie and Freddie
WSJ real estate reporter Nick Timiraos will field questions from readers about the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in a live chat on Thursday, February 17 at noon, ET. Ask your questions now.
Banks Push Bigger Down Payments
The down payments demanded by banks to buy homes have ballooned since the housing bust, potentially shrinking the pool of eligible buyers.
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Video: No Money Down? Not Anymore.
Vote: How big should down payments be?
Uncertainty Mires Risk-Retention Reform
A Custom-Crafted Home
House of the Day: With an unlimited budget, a couple decked out their four-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot home on Hong Kong's Peak with a collection of custom-made furniture.
Views of Life After Fannie, Freddie
The Obama administration outlined its plans to begin shrinking the government's broad support of the nation's crippled mortgage market, a process that officials said could take several years and would include phasing out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Video: Consensus on Fannie, Freddie
Heard: Obama Can't Fix Housing Without a War
White House report
Mixed Outlook for Mortgage Insurers
GOP Lawmakers Welcome Mortgage Plan
The Obama administration's plan to eliminate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac drew a warm reception from Republicans who have long been critics of the mortgage giants.
Obama Can't Fix Housing Without 30-Year War
You can't ride two horses at once. But the Obama administration, in proposals to revamp housing finance, doesn't pick a steed.
Why You Should Buy That Home Now
The president's proposals for revamping the mortgage industry will make home loans costlier.
Taking Chalet Chic to the City
Gone are the kitsch cut-out hearts in Tyrolean three-legged chairs and the red-checked curtains: Chalet chic today is about creating a modern space that is not only comfortable but also unfussy, eco-friendly and tactile.
J.P. Morgan Apologizes for Military Foreclosures
A J.P. Morgan Chase executive, at a U.S. House hearing Wednesday, apologized for wrongly foreclosing on military families and overcharging thousands for mortgages.
Explaining the Realtors' Rosy Housing Data
Realtors are reporting that home prices rose in about half of U.S. metropolitan areas in the last three months of 2010, but many other sources report prices continue falling.
Rise in Rates Is Headwind for Housing
U.S. 30-year mortgage rates have jumped above 5% for the first time since last spring, in a rapid rise that could present a challenge to the still-troubled housing market.
Related's Ross Is Upbeat on West Side
Pessimistic? Not Stephen Ross. Related's chairman predicted that he would lure major new office tenants to the yet-to-be-developed West Side rail yards later this year.
Home Affordability Hits Pre-Bubble Levels
The ratio of median home prices to annual household incomes has returned to pre-bubble levels in a growing number of U.S. markets over the past year.
Chart: Region-Specific Housing Data
White House Plans End of Fannie, Freddie
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Mixed Outlook for Mortgage Insurers
White House Plans to Revamp Mortgage Market
The Obama administration will propose a path to wind down and eventually eliminate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and specify a range of options to replace the mortgage companies.
A Luxury Villa on the Ganges
Building beautiful homes has been part of property developer Aditya Lakhanpal's life for some time. But a home on the Ganges River was something he always dreamed about. A few years ago, Mr. Lakhanpal got his chance.
Cash Buyers Lift Housing Market
Survey: Mortgage Process Has Become Too Confusing
The Pampered Countertop
REIT Group Calls Calpers' Proposed Strategy 'Ill-Advised'
Freddie's Operating Chief Resigns
Boom's Home-Ownership Gains Lost
After Snow, the Ice Dam Cometh
Price Premiums Grow for New Homes
Builder Uses Different Blueprint
Heavy Metal Meets Toy Bunnies
Malcolm Forbes's N.Y. Townhouse Hits the Market
Pre-Revolutionary War Era Homes
The Case for Sunbelt Real Estate
Homes in Gated Communities
Going Modern in Old New York
Estate of Oil Mogul's Family is Listed for $28.5 Million
Gehry Leaves Risks to the Kids
An Award-Winning Home
Churches Find the End Is Nigh
Rent Check: The $38,000-a-Month Home
Fannie-Freddie Report Likely to Be Late
Oxfordshire Farmhouse
Family Space
Rem Koolhaas Can't Put Down His Pen
Design Decor: Horse Hair, Stingray and Crystals
60 Seconds With: Adriaan Geuze
House of the Day
Philadelphia Glass and Steel
Designed by the owners, both architects, this modernist home in the heart of Philadelphia features large rooms, a suspended steel staircase and walls of windows.
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Morningside Heights Co-op
New York: This Manhattan home has three bedrooms, views of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, high ceilings and oak floors.
Mallorcan Farmhouse
This 200-year old finca is situated in a quiet valley next to the Tramuntana mountains and the Bay of Puerto Pollença, in the north of Mallorca.
Regal Living
House of the Day: Regal Hotels International is best known for its hotels in Hong Kong. But it has put a 4,922-square-foot renovated townhouse on the market, subject to offer.
Philadelphia Glass and Steel
Designed by the owners, both architects, this modernist home in the heart of Philadelphia features large rooms, a suspended steel staircase and walls of windows.
Visit the House of the Day homepage.
Property Report
Chinese Firms Get Their Day in the Sun
China State Construction and the Export-Import Bank of China are joining with a Bahamas development company to build a $3.4 billion resort on the island.
Tentative Pact for U.S. Steel Tower
A group of New York investors has agreed to buy U.S. Steel Tower in a deal valued at about $250 million. It is contingent on the group securing financing.
New York
Another Try for TriBeCa Hotel
A plan to build a luxury hotel in TriBeCa has hit another snag as landmarks officials raised issues about its latest design. But the building owners say they can work out the problems.
Morningside Heights Co-op
New York: This Manhattan home has three bedrooms, views of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, high ceilings and oak floors.
Commercial
Westfield Posts Annual Profit
Shopping mall giant Westfield Group posted its first annual profit since 2007 largely due to a recovery in property values.
Man-Cave Moments
The Mighty King of Sparta
The wife has something in mind for the man cave. Ruh-roh.
Designing Men?
The designers figure out a theme for the man cave.
Wow, I'm Getting a Man Cave
One WSJ guy finds out a TV network will be building him his own special space in his basement.
Developments
Will Building Green Homes Help the Housing Market?
The Wall Street Journal interviews Jeffrey Mezger, chief executive of KB Home.
Fairholme's Berkowitz and Fernandez Break Silence on St. Joe
Dallas Hotels Score with Super Bowl
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Atherton Adds to Its CEO Roster
When chief executives and other well-paid big shots move to the Bay Area, they often settle in Atherton. New H-P chief Leo Apotheker is the latest.
Stucco Cottage in Connecticut
Victorian in Jersey City
Second Homes
Asian Property Buyers Shop in Japan
As property prices in Japan hover near a two-decade low, a new breed of investor has taken up some space traditionally dominated by Western institutions: high-net-worth Asian individuals and offshore Asian funds.
The Shrinking Second Home
Politically Incorrect Gardening
Home & Garden
Well-styled cupboards are easy to achieve if you follow Sara Ruffin Costello's detailed instructions.
Commercial
Strategic Hotels & Resorts, the debt-heavy owner of luxury hotels, has pared its leverage by adding properties rather than selling them.
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After Snow, the Ice Dam Cometh
HOUSE TALK
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Does Buying a Rental as an Investment Make Sense?
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