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.
Debates about the future of our national economy have always involved many different viewpoints and opinions. Economic advisors and experts build their opinions on a variety of factors, and it is interesting to read their diverse projections. One thing they cannot debate is the fact that our nation has had a decade of low interest rates.
Investing in real estate is not the right choice for everyone, and investing in commercial real estate is not the right choice for many. However, it may be the right choice for you. If you have already purchased a home or two, and you have considered investing in residential or commercial real estate, we encourage you to read the following articles:
Weare fortunate that wemeetmany people who are veryhappy to be selling or buying a home because they are excited to move to their next home. However, we rarely meet someone that is excited about the actual process of packing and moving to get into that new home!
Buying a new home is a time of joy and excitement. Deciding what features you want is often the starting point of the journey to find your perfect next home. Real Estate investors are impacting the market with the process of “flipping” homes; where they purchase, remodel, and then resell properties. This provides new homeowners with higher chances of finding a home that is move-in ready, absent of projects and to do items.