You can't fool the market. Real estate will get cheaper if money remains expensive
Prague, 25th of July 2023
Co-founder of ARETE, Robert Ides, describes the macroeconomic influences affecting the real estate market in his article for Wealth Magazín.
Currently, the real estate market is impacted by factors such as the high cost of money and vastly different expectations of buyers and sellers. However, fluctuations in real estate prices are a natural market phenomenon.
Once the high cost of money decreases, the real estate market is likely to pick up momentum, and property values will increase. "Market cyclicality is nothing to fear. It's natural and helps to balance the market in response to changes in money prices," explains Robert in the article.
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