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Autor Wątek: Fed Reserve and Interest Rates  (Przeczytany 7347 razy)


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Fed Reserve and Interest Rates
« dnia: Czerwiec 01, 2018, 03:51:56 pm »


It looks like the plan for the Fed is to raise rates approx. 3 times per year at about 1/4 point each time with a target of hitting a Fed Fund Rate of 3% by the end of 2019 ,......over another 3 years! This will prolong the agony by avoiding a massive correction, but letting air come out of the bubble they created slowly. As inflation raises(and they continue to lie about how high it really is), their goal is to have salaries come up enough to meet a soft pull back in prices. Basically, this continues to punish the people who did the right thing by saving money by rewarding those that over extended in 2002 -2008. Most "savers" wealth has(and will continue) to take the hit via inflation and low rates by the over stepping Fed to save the reckless buyers and the Wall Street bankers that funded them. Now, over the next 3 years, buying real estate will be like trying to catch a falling knife as prices stubbornly hold on and SLOWLY retreat. No one know how much they will correct(15%, 20%, 30%), but they WILL correct. My advice would be to stay patient, don't over pay or leave your financial principals or intuition. Now is the time to use caution more than ever. I am a developer, investor and have been in real estate for over 25 years. The Fed has destroyed the market not only by inflating the biggest bubble in history, but their efforts have also created a "top heavy" market in Boston where inventory(for builders and new buyers) is non existent. Their policies have created a wealth divide in this country and our area that is nothing short of criminal in my opinion. The faster the rates come up the better. Be an advocate by boycotting realtors and seller's and let's hope Trump's policies do force rates up higher whether that's the intended consequence or not. It's time to take our country back.

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