Timing the Real Estate Market is Impossible

Squaring the circle. Doubling the cube. Trisecting an angle. There’s one more impossible problem to add to the three traditional ones of Greek antiquity. Timing the market. It took the world’s brightest minds 23 centuries to prove that no one can construct a square with the same area as that…

The Effects of Rising Interest Rates on Cap Rates

When the Federal Reserve began reducing interest rates to nanoscopic levels, it seemed as though the strategy would only be needed for a brief period. Presumably, low interest rates would temporarily encourage people to spend; even though the United States is already unusual in that its consumers have a negative…