August 31, 2015
Interest rate scrutiny is nothing new in the world of commercial real estate, and now this scrutiny, coupled with China’s economic problems, has negatively impacted stock markets in August.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates by 0.25 percent by the end of the year because of volatility in the market.
Fed officials met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming over the weekend to discuss the matter. The Fed is reportedly waiting for inflation to rise two percent and continued improvement in the U.S. job market before pulling the trigger.