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    Experts Forecast Turnaround in the Housing Market in 2023

    By Zina Rodenbeck | February 2, 2023

    The housing market has gone through a lot of change recently, and much of that was a result of how quickly mortgage rates rose last year. Now, as we move through 2023, there are signs things are finally going to turn around. Home price appreciation is slowing from the recent frenzy, mortgage rates are coming down, inflation is easing, and... Read More

    What Experts Are Saying About the 2023 Housing Market

    By Zina Rodenbeck | January 10, 2023

    What Experts Are Saying About the 2023 Housing Market If you’re thinking about buying or selling a home soon, you probably want to know what you can expect from the housing market this year. In 2022, the market underwent a major shift as economic uncertainty and higher mortgage rates reduced buyer demand, slowed the pace of home sales, and... Read More

    Housing Market Correction for 2023

    By Zina Rodenbeck | February 24, 2023

    Potential Recession and Housing Market Correction on the Table in 2023 Most can agree that the housing affordability crisis has been a thorn in the side of many consumers in recent years—the pandemic-influenced housing boom saw to that. That problem could see some changes as experts think the market correction could bring a mix of... Read More

    What Past Recessions Tell Us About the Housing Market

    By Zina Rodenbeck | January 16, 2023

    What Past Recessions Tell Us About the Housing Market It doesn’t matter if you’re someone who closely follows the economy or not, chances are you’ve heard whispers of an upcoming recession. Economic conditions are determined by a broad range of factors, so rather than explaining them each in depth, let’s lean on the experts and... Read More

    The Highland Lakes of Texas and the ongoing drought

    By Zina Rodenbeck | November 11, 2022

    Read the latest news on the droughts and how it has been affecting the Highland Lakes water with this article from KVUE. We are seeing record growth in the Highland Lakes and Central Texas coupled with an extreme drought for most all of Texas since Fall 2021. #Texas drought #HighlandLakes #LakeBuchanan #LakeTravis #LCRA #LowerColoradoRiverAuthority Read More

    November 2022 Newsletter

    By Zina Rodenbeck | November 5, 2022

    While November starts the busy Holiday Season, we wish you and yours the warmth of family gatherings, friendships old and new, and the joy as only the crisp, cool Fall air can bring! We are SO Thankful for you, your friendships, your support, and your trust in us, here at Zina & Company Real Estate.... Read More

    Time Change

    By Zina Rodenbeck | November 5, 2022

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    Why Experts Say the Housing Market Won’t Crash

    By Zina Rodenbeck | August 12, 2022

    Why Experts Say the Housing Market Won’t Crash [INFOGRAPHIC] Some Highlights Many people remember the housing crash in 2008, but experts say today’s market is fundamentally different in many ways. First, there isn’t an oversupply of homes for sale today. Plus, lending standards are much tighter, and homeowners have record levels of equity. That means signs say there won’t be a wave... Read More

    Welcome to La Paz!

    By Zina Rodenbeck | July 3, 2022

    250 Threadgill Ranch Road Awaits YOU! Welcome to ‘La Paz’ Burnet, Texas, where Hill Country Beauty meets timeless elegance! This property offers the beauty & tranquility of true Texas Hill Country! Fredericksburg inspired main home built in white limestone with covered front & back porches. Soaring ceilings are beamed in the main Great Room area.... Read More

    A Key Opportunity for Home Buyers

    By Zina Rodenbeck | July 3, 2022

    A Key Opportunity for Homebuyers There’s no denying the housing market has delivered a fair share of challenges to homebuyers over the past two years. Two of the biggest hurdles homebuyers faced during the pandemic were the limited number of homes for sale and the intensity and frequency of bidding wars. But those two things... Read More