Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss U.S. home seller profits in 2022, Jason Oppenheim’s lawsuit prediction, what it could mean for NAR, Americans living paycheck to paycheck, and the ice storms hitting the South and Midwest.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss Airbnb restrictions, inflation’s impact on millennials, the multi-billion dollar Microsoft investment in ChatGPT maker OpenAI, Americans leaving California and New York, and a new wealth tax that would include wealthy former CA residents.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss statements by eXp Realty founder Glenn Sanford and Compass CEO Robert Reffkin, the rise in consumer confidence, Jamie Dimon’s confidence in the U.S. consumer, and the redevelopment of unused office space as housing.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss expired listings, BAM’s live cold-calling event, part-time agents and their place in the industry—with some surprising words from Byron—and the widely-varying predictions on the value of bitcoin.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss team structures (and why they’re a train wreck), the rising need for down payment assistance, what it means when wealthy people start unloading their real estate, and dollar stores leading the surge in retail store openings.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss Zillow’s acquisition of VRX Media, the hottest housing markets for 2023, the 10-year Treasury yield dropping below 3.5%, agents calling out San Antonio’s negative traits, and Twitter Blue’s relaunch.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss the existential crisis of Opendoor, a lawsuit involving a Philadelphia realty, the fate of Biden’s student debt relief in the Supreme Court, and an update on the University of Idaho murders.
Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss older generations living alone, Jason Oppenheim’s opinion on Compass, Elon Musk’s claim that Apple is threatening to remove the Twitter app, and Whole Foods angering—and endangering the livelihoods of—local lobstermen.
On this week’s Real Word, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss drops in pending sales and showings and a disruption to rent checks. The two also cover the upcoming mid-term election in this week’s Left, Middle, Right segment.