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…Three Conversational Points That Have Banks and Lenders Fighting Over Borrowers…

 Source: Bristol Mortgage It is not unanimity anymore about what the Federal Funds Rate experts have in store. In 2016 the conversation between many economists and other pundits was mainly about when a hike in rate was going to take place, and in the last quarter it inevitably happened. In an article on my blog titled, “The Most Important Commercial Real Estate Trends in Review 2016 and Expectation for 2017” there is a section about why rates will continue to rise in 2017. Not only rates rose at the end of fiscal year 2017 by 25 basis point than previous year, but the rise also continued to in 2018. In fact, many Fed officials advised that rates will rise to a range of 2.25 to 2.5 percent by the end of fiscal year 2018...

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