Tracy, the former owner of the fifth-largest brokerage in the country, has sold over $3 billion worth of residential real estate. And in 2020, the author was ranked 20th in the country for sales volume by The Wall Street Journal. She is also a regular contributor for publications like Bloomberg and Businessweek.
While this book may or may not be a rescue for the investment damsel in distress, it is definitely a practical guide for the “monetization” of residential assets. ‘Residential real estate comprises roughly 30 percent of the nation’s wealth,’ according to the text. However, most homeowners would probably admit to a certain degree of sentiment in the matter.