What All-Time Low Interest Rates Mean For Real Estate Investors

With the 10-year US treasury rate plunging in early March and hovering around historic lows for the last two months, interest rates on both new commercial real estate acquisitions and refinances on currently owned properties are extremely low right now.

And for most investors, this is considered a huge win to increase the profitability of a real estate deal.

But, as with any good thing, there are two sides to the coin here, and there are downsides to interest rates being this low, which don’t get too much attention with all the news of “cheap money” floating around today on the internet.

So in this video, we’re going to break down two of the biggest potential pitfalls of the historically low interest rates we’re seeing today, that you might want to consider if you’re buying a new property or refinancing a deal right now.

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