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Toll Brothers Earnings Will Indicate Health of Housing

Toll Brothers Earnings Will Indicate Health of Housing

Buy Toll Brothers on weakness to its semiannual value level at $36.79. The luxury builder reports after the close on May 21.

Checking Back With 3 Smaller Homebuilders

Checking Back With 3 Smaller Homebuilders

I do think consolidation across this very fragmented industry will pick up in the quarters ahead.

Can the Housing Market Join the Economic Recovery?

Can the Housing Market Join the Economic Recovery?

How to trade D.R. Horton, KB Home, Lennar, PulteGroup and Toll Brothers in a volatile market for new single-family homes.

Millennials Have Two Big Headwinds in Housing: LendingTree CEO

Millennials Have Two Big Headwinds in Housing: LendingTree CEO

LendingTree CEO breaks down to TheStreet what millennials have to contend with in housing. Watch the video.

We've Got a Double Whammy of Jobs Plus Fed News: Market Recon

We've Got a Double Whammy of Jobs Plus Fed News: Market Recon

How all this, plus things like the housing market's New Home Sales, are helping support the market.

Is It Easier Than Ever For Millennials to Buy Houses?

Is It Easier Than Ever For Millennials to Buy Houses?

The CEO of LendingTree reveals a new feature helpful to young home buyers, and breaks down just how home buying has gotten easier due to moves by the Federal Reserve.

D.R. Horton Puts Up a Solid Quarter

D.R. Horton Puts Up a Solid Quarter

Homebuilder D.R. Horton posts better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings amid ongoing demand for new homes.

Housing Shows Signs of Perking Up

Housing Shows Signs of Perking Up

Among the encouraging signs: Applications for home loans recently hit a nine-year peak and new home sales in March posted a 16-month high.

Housing Starts Dip in March

Housing Starts Dip in March

Close to a two-year low, privately‐owned housing starts fell by more than 14% year over year in March, the U.S. Census and Commerce Department reported Friday.

Here's How Student Debt Will Dent the Housing Market

Here's How Student Debt Will Dent the Housing Market

Student debt is hurting millennial's ability to spend, which may be a major drag on housing in the future.