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The housing market is back as home prices continue to rise?

FBN’s Charles Payne on real estate markets, mortgage lending winners and Toll Brothers earnings.

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  1. KB Home Turns 1Q Profit Amid Higher Prices

    KB Home's (NYSE:KBH) first-quarter revenue soared amid higher home prices, lifting the company to a profit and easily beating Wall Street expectations.Home builders ...

  2. Housing market driving the economy’s recovery?

    Halstead Property Real Estate Broker Brian Lewis on the state of the housing market.

  3. As Home Prices Rise, Toll Brothers Revenue Surges

    Toll Brothers (NYSE:TOL) reported a sharp increase in its first-quarter profit, as the company delivered more homes at higher prices.The luxury home builder said Tue...

  4. Hope for Spring Thaw Lifts Housing Stocks

    Home builder stocks are catching a bid this morning. Perhaps the negative impact that the harsh winter weather had on the just-released January existing home sales r...

  5. Home Builders Rally Amid Housing Rebound

    Home builders rallied Tuesday, led by D.R. Horton (NYSE:DHI), which reported stronger-than-expected earnings and revenue amid continued improvement in market conditi...

  6. Home Builders KB Home, Toll Brothers Cut: Barclays

    Shares of KB Home were downgraded to an underweight rating from equalweight on Monday by Barclays, which maintained its $18 price target. Shares of Toll Brothers Inc...

  7. Housing Stocks Slide as Building Permits Disappoint

    Housing-related stocks are coming under pressure today after building permits, a reliable gauge of future housing activity, fell more than expected in December. Stil...

  8. Biggest Drop for Housing Starts Since April '13

    U.S. housing starts fell less than expected in December, pausing after recent strong gains that had pushed home building activity to multi-year highs.The Commerce De...

  9. Home Builders Construct a Rally on Low Rate Hopes

    The lousy December jobs report is fueling expectations that 10-year Treasury yields will hold below the 3% level.  The 10-year yield fell to a three-week low of 2.87...

  10. KB Home Posts 4Q Miss Despite Higher Prices

    KB Home's (NYSE:KBH) fourth-quarter profit nearly quadrupled amid higher selling prices, but the home builder missed expectations by a wide margin.Shares of KB Home ...

  11. Housing Starts Surge to Highest Since '08

    Housing starts rose to the highest in almost six years (since February 2008) in November, coming in at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 1.091 million.  That was ...

  12. Homebuilder Stocks Mixed After NAHB Report

    Homebuilder sentiment rose more than expected this month to 58, matching August's reading as the highest since November 2005. Economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters ...

  1. Small cap vs. large: Which is better for your bottom line?

    Value Advisory Founder Howard Rosencrans and Joe Besecker of Emerald Asset Management discuss where to put your money in today’s market.

  2. In which small caps should you invest?

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone, Portfolio Wealth Advisors Co-Founder Lee Munson and Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum on where to invest as the Russell 2000, putting money in small caps and the homebuilders industry.

  3. Risks in the Fed

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough argues the Fed has been too high on inflation and employment growth.

  4. Toll Brothers a ‘buy’ despite housing starts numbers?

    Centennial Capital Partners Senior Partner Kurt Cambier, Portfolio Wealth Advisors CIO Lee Munson and Tethys Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Iaccino on Toll Brothers and Starbucks’ third-quarter results.

  5. Sales of new homes surge

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on the rise in new home sales.

  6. Toll Brothers CEO: Confidence holding back new-home market

    Toll Brothers CEO Douglas Yearley talks business in the luxury real-estate market.

  7. Internet changes consumer behavior

    Toll Brothers CEO Douglas Yearley and Imperial Capital LLC managing director Jim D’Aquila discuss the state of the consumer.

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