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Foreclosures Likely Causing a Rise in Death and High Blood Pressure

Buying a home is a glorious occasion but for some it can lead to high blood pressure, suicide and even murder.

TD Bank: Mortgage Insurance Requirements Hammering Homebuyers

The increased use of mortgage insurance shows that strapped homebuyers are struggling to come up with down payments.

Woolworth Building Penthouse Is Available for Record $110 Million

The penthouse apartment of the iconic Woolworth Building in Manhattan is available for a cool $110 million, the most expensive price in history for a condo in lower Manhattan.

Toll Brothers Shrugs Off Late Spring Start With Luxury Home Sales

Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers recorded revenue of $860.4 million in its second quarter and earnings more than doubled to 35 cents a share, beating analysts’ estimates by 9 cents.

What You Get for a $1 Million Summer Rental in the Hamptons

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer, and that means many on Wall Street will escape New York City on the weekends -- but it's not cheap.

Housing Market Still Waiting for First Time Buyers to Step Up

Activity in the housing market has improved with the weather over the past month, but housing affordability has become less attractive, especially on the east coast.

Be Careful Ahead of April Existing and New Home Sales Reports

A volatile housing sector is instilling some fear in the minds of investors as banks try to figure out when the Fed will raise interest rates again.

Country Stars Love Nashville and so Does the HGTV Smart Home

Join TheStreet for an exclusive tour of the HGTV Smart Home 2014 in Nashville with HGTV's Jack Thomasson and Tiffany Brooks.

Poor Home Sales Overshadow Strong Company Earnings

March new home sales dropped 14.5% to 384,000 from 449,000. Meridian Equity Partners' Jon Corpina believes a lack of economic reports is why the report is getting so much attention today.

Strong Earnings from Harley Davidson, Comcast Push Stocks Higher

Strong first quarter earnings from Harley Davidson and Comcast helped to push stocks higher, while McDonald's seemed to be the only weak spot for sales.