How Should Real Estate Investors Respond to Rising Interest Rates

Well, it was bound to happen. You can’t have 8.5% inflation without interest rates climbing. So, the Fed finally announced they would increase interest rates a bit and the markets panicked. (Well, at least sort of.)

So how should real estate investors respond? First and foremost, learn the difference between real and nominal prices. Rates are still cheap historically speaking and when compared to inflation.

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