According to a recent articles on usnews.com, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Mary Daly appeared to signal that the Fed will keep interest rates at their current peak for the foreseeable future. With this news, it is important to understand how this decision impacts real estate. Let’s break down what Daly said and what it means for the real estate market.
It’s well known that mortgage interest rates have been on the climb this year, but the speed of this increase has not occurred since the 1980’s, according to an article written by Jeff Ostrowski for BankRate.com In the article he states…
The internet is filled with both facts and speculations about the continued rate hikes implemented by the Fed Reserve Bank. Will they continue to hike and then hold, or will they hike and then cut? And what is the reality of the impact this will have on our economy?
Many people working in the real estate and mortgage industry, as well as those considering buying or selling real estate, are watching the news and reports on expected changes from the Federal Reserve.
CNBC conducted a survey and share the results in this article written by Steve Liesman for CNBC: