The Federal Reserve has to keep an eye on a lot of things, but one of the most important is inflation. When inflation is too high, it can lead to a recession, which can be devastating for the real estate market. With Fed funds rates raising and inflation at stubbornly high levels will the Fed need to take us into a recession? If so, what does that mean for the real estate market? Watch this video to learn more.
0:10 The Fed has a choice
0:23 The impact of inflation
3:03 Are we in a recession?
4:53 The impact on housing
7:10 Action steps you can take
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