from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network
Interest rates continue to go up, and the Fed is promising another 50 basis point hike. How is this affecting the real estate market, and is real estate still the place to be? Here to tackle this topic is Real Estate Investor James Dainard, who sheds light on the ways that the Fed rate hikes have impacted real estate in the Pacific Northwest. Higher interest rates have slowed down the disposition, creating more expenses, and have greatly affected the value of flipped homes—especially in the beginning. James says that, although we have yet to see the end of rate increases, there is always a way to make a return in real estate. Transitions in the market unveil opportunities in different places, and James discusses some of these. Tune in for more insight.
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