Where To Go From Here: Decoding the Future of the Real Estate Landscape in An Unstable Economy
As the country continues to grapple with things like unstable geopolitical issues, record-high inflation and rising interest rates, the real estate landscape is undergoing seismic shifts. Investors and professionals are vying for insights to predict market movements and drive sustainable investment strategies. Experts, like those at JP Morgan, note that a mild to moderate recession is underway, and it could take years, not months, to recover.
Amidst this evolving landscape, one question emerges: “How is the future of real estate being shaped, and who are the trailblazers spearheading this transformation?”
In this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, podcast hosts Howard Altshuler, Partner-in-charge of Real Estate Services at Weaver, and Aaron Grisz, Real Estate Tax Leader at Weaver, delve into this question with guest Elizabeth Trochez, Senior Manager at Weaver. They discuss Elizabeth’s experiences, her insights into the real estate market, and her innovative strategies on real estate audits.
Key points from the episode:
- Elizabeth Trochez’s journey in public accounting and real estate audits, and her recent graduation from the Urbanland Institute Center for Leadership Program.
- An in-depth look at the East Lancaster project, a case study in strategizing for real estate development while considering the city’s plans for future growth.
- How Elizabeth’s experiences in the CFL program have prepared her for leadership in the real estate industry.
Elizabeth Trochez, a native of East Texas, is a Senior Manager at Weaver. With her primary focus on real estate audits, she has made significant strides in her career. Elizabeth has recently graduated from the esteemed Urbanland Institute Center for Leadership Program, further equipping her with the skills to make impactful contributions to the real estate industry.