Mortgage applications falling creating more demand for rental properties

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With rates lately rising, the real estate market is slowing, most notably for residential properties. As expected, growth is slowing as loans get more expensive, but the housing market remains robust. This shift leaves many people renting and has the potential to create more demand for rental properties.

Real estate investors who are looking for a place to park their money may want to consider commercial real estate. The market for commercial real estate is not as directly impacted by higher interest rates as the single-family market and, as a result, may provide a more stable investment. Of course, this all depends on the specific property and location, so it’s important to do your research before making any decisions.

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