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Slideshow: What home buyers can get for $400,000

Each week, TODAY real estate expert Barbara Corcoran looks around the U.S. to see what home buyers can get for their money.

Debra Messing’s Bel-Air sale is 'Smash' hit

This week in celebrity real estate, Leonardo DiCaprio placed his Malibu home on the market, Michael Jordan bought a mansion in North Carolina and actress Debra Messing sold her home.

Robosigning victims soon to get cash from lenders

Mortgage lenders will begin making cash payments to homeowners harmed by wrongful foreclosures of anywhere between a few hundred dollars to as much has $125,000 beginning in April, federal bank regulators said Thursday.

Robosigning victims soon to get cash from lenders

Mortgage lenders will begin making cash payments to homeowners harmed by wrongful foreclosures of anywhere between a few hundred dollars to as much has $125,000 beginning in April, federal bank regulators said Thursday.

Jumbo home loans are back, but far below 2007 levels

WASHINGTON – Home sales and prices are rising briskly in those neighborhoods where the well-heeled like to plant their mailboxes: along Chicago’s north shore, in the San Francisco Bay area and in the haute Hamptons. Sales of properties [...]

Point Loma's historic 'Building X' home hits the market

For sale: $1.77 million. Grand and imposing, this historic home has overlooked downtown San Diego and the Pacific Ocean for over 100 years.

Pending home sales rise to highest since 2010

A measure of the number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes rose in January from December to the highest level in more than 2 ½ years. The increase suggests sales of previously occupied homes will continue rising in the coming months.

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Leann Rimes and Eddie Cibrian buy in Hidden Hills       

The celebrity real estate news this week is that country singer Leann Rimes and actor Eddie Cibrian bought a home in Hidden Hills and Matthew Perry sold his modern Hollywood Hills home.

Housing market signals recovery going strong

Taxes are higher, gas prices are rising, and Washington is in budget gridlock again, but the nation’s housing market is viewing the world through rose-colored glasses.