Recently, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced a 0.25% reduction in benchmark interest rates. This was the first cut in more than a decade and came as the booming economy, which has been steadily growing for the past several years, has shown recent signs of slowing. While interest rate reductions are generally a good thing for the economy at large, they can have mixed effects for real estate investors. Knowing the specific impacts this policy change will have allows you to effectively (and profitably) navigate these waters.
This rate cut is neither a good nor a bad thing for real estate investing. It is merely a change, and your goal should be how to adjust your investment approach to maximize your profit.
src link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesrealestatecouncil/2019/08/29/the-fed-cut-rates-what-does-this-mean-for-real-estate-investors/
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