What Matters in Residential Real Estate (With Dolly and Jenny Lenz)

February 9, 2024 Liz Ann SondersKathy Jones
Liz Ann Sonders discusses the state of the real estate market with famed agents Dolly Lenz and Jenny Lenz.
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    In this episode, Kathy Jones and Liz Ann Sonders discuss the latest signaling from the Fed and how companies have fared during earnings season.

    Then, Liz Ann is joined by real estate professionals Dolly Lenz and Jenny Lenz. They share insights into Dolly's start in the business and her journey to becoming a renowned real estate professional. They also discuss the changes in the residential real estate landscape over the years, including the impact of the pandemic on buyer preferences and the shift away from big cities. The conversation covers topics such as office occupancy, mortgage rates, supply and demand imbalances, and the importance of job security in the decision to buy a home. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the impact of taxes on real estate and the future outlook for the market. 

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