It will become obvious in the next 30-60 days how much leverage the Fed has.
How did the federal government break the banks? Several factors and poor choices went into the downfall of the banks.
The banks made a bad decision when they decided to loan money to people with poor credit. They assumed that they would be able to collect on those loans and make more money off of them than if they had charged interest rates higher than average. Unfortunately, this led to the pressing problems they are now facing with little to no insurance to help them recover.
However, what does this mean for real estate investors? Could banking collapses affect real estate? Is it a good time to invest in real estate or should it be avoided with all one’s might? We cover this and more so be sure to watch to the end.
Tune into our chat on the Fed’s involvement in the bank’s decline and how this affects your pursuit of real estate investing.
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