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PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2015 9:43 am 
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"America’s central banking system, the Federal Reserve, has finally increased the interest rate to 0.5% after nine years at 0.25%. They also confirmed more to come, possibly even 3.5% by 2018 if the economy holds firm — and that’s not it. The UK has also been preparing to raise its interest rate up from 0.5% around mid-2016 if it can control its fluctuating inflation." - Leigh Stewart.
According to most property experts, for the short run at least banks seem to be the clear and only winner of the Fed's gradualist hike policy. Is real estate market going to be the one loser as investors diverge their funds into more lucrative segments?
Tranio has just released a great survival guide for property investors https://tranio.com/usa/analytics/fed_ra ... tors_4972/


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