What is Lyndsay Lamb's net worth? Host of 'Unsellable Houses' transforms rundown homes into hot properties
With her design and renovation skills, Lyndsay Lamb pulls a complete 180 degree on non-functional and unattractive houses, which then sell out immediately
HGTV's show 'Unsellable Houses' is returning for its sophomore run. Popular real estate agents and twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, who also host this show, will be seen investing their own money to help homeowners who are struggling with their houses that have been sitting on the market without any buyer in sight.
The issue with houses sitting on the market for a longer period of time includes the fact that they don't tend to sell. Homebuyers refuse to take a look at these properties for their own suspicions related to such 'unsellable' houses. This is when Lyndsay and her sister Leslie Davis step in and with their expertise, they pull a complete 180 degree on the properties that will be featured on this show. Continue reading below to know about Lyndsay Lamb - one half of the dynamic duo who are the stars of this returning HGTV show.
Who is Lyndsay Lamb on HGTVs 'Unsellable Houses'?
This HGTV show follows Lyndsay Lamb, an expert in home renovation, design, and staging as she invests her know-how to turn lackluster homes into beautiful spaces with a functional design that are sure to fly off the market. Season 2 will not just spotlight Lyndsay's booming real estate and renovation business, which now includes new office space, a growing staff, and a retail storefront - but also their busy family lives. Lyndsay's LinkedIn profile states she worked at Bank of America for more than 4 years and later joined the marketing department at Dream Dinners where she worked for another 4 years before starting off in real estate.
Lyndsay Lamb started her company, Lamb Real Estate, in 2009 because she wanted to use her creativity and surround herself with people she could help. Year after year, her company because one of the top producing teams in the real estate world. Along the way, Lyndsay discovered her art for staging where she used great design to showcase the potential and the best features in a property. She did this with an aim to help buyers imagine all the possibilities for the home; it wasn't long until one thing led to another and resulted in her scoring an HGTV show which she heads with her sister Leslie.
Is Lyndsay Lamb married?
Lyndsay has been married to her husband Justin Lamb for over 20 years. She describes him as "her person" and when she's not busy with her home makeovers, Lyndsay spends all her time with Justin with whom she also shares a son named Miles and a furry child named Remo.
Lyndsay Lamb's Volkswagen buses are the talk of the town
Apart from Lyndsay Lamb and her sister Leslie, 'Unsellable Houses' also features their stunning VW buses that they are seen driving around in. "Over the years we have owned several VW buses. Currently, my husband and I own two, named Ginger and Olive. We have had Ginger for a year and Olive for 6 months. We buy and sell them all of the time. I would not be surprised if we pick up another one in the next few months! Both Olive and Ginger are in the show and our Blue bus (Helga) even appears in the first episode and opening credits," Lyndsay said, speaking about those vintage buses in an interview.
What is Lyndsay Lamb's net worth?
Lyndsay and her company also offer services like mortgage referral, insurance information, relocation services, staging homes, etc. Lyndsay and her team sold more than 170 houses before the coronavirus gripped the world and with a 3% commission behind each of the houses sold, the company easily made a couple of million dollars.
During an interview, Lyndsay also suggested that real estate was still "rockin n rolling" and that she and her team were working in full swing even if they were doing it from the safe confines of their homes.
'Unsellable Houses' Season 2 premieres on Tuesday, March 30 at 9 pm ET on HGTV. You can also watch the show online for free on FuboTV, Philo, and Sling's free trial.