The effects of the pandemic on housing and real estate

Pinch Hitters

A for sale sign hangs on a fence outside a home for sale in Chicago, Dec. 16, 2007. The upside to a housing slump is cheaper homes. But with housing prices just beginning to slide, many prospective buyers don’t see bargains yet, especially as stricter lending standards qualify only the cream of the credit crop. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

Rollye James is joined by Ari Rastegar, Founder and CEO of Rastegar Property Company, as he discusses relocation throughout the pandemic, people moving out of the city, and more.

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