The big question investors want to know is not if, but when will the fed funding rates rise. If financing is critical to an investment strategy, pay attention to what the Feds are doing with interest rates this year and brace for the upcoming developments.
LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / February 26, 2015 / Real estate brokerage and consulting firm Pacific Capital is advising its clients to prepare for new investment realities as federal funding interest rates are anticipated to increase for commercial real estate by third quarter 2015.
Experts agree, when it comes to commercial real estate investing, knowledge is power. Often, even things which may appear to be small changes at first can greatly reverberate through the market and have long lasting impact and effects, both positive and negative. Commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm Pacific Capital, experts in tracking, responding and predicting changes in this area recently announced they are advising and preparing their clients for anticipated changes coming by Q3 2015. One of these changes, the increased federal funding rates for commercial real estate, is expected to have a far reaching impact to the mainstream investor by 2016 and beyond.
"Discerning investors across the United States are now looking at their upcoming investment schedules here in the first quarter of 2015 and many have questions as to how future interest rates will influence their investment plans", said Jason A. Schuck, President of Pacific Capital, LLC. "There are many factors that come into play when considering the financing options for your investments, but the most important aspect to ask yourself is when will be the best time to lock in the interest rate on the next acquisition, refinance or repositioning of an asset?"
According to the company, each investor's needs vary greatly, but considering whether to lock in a rate now or wait until the future could be one of the most important commercial real estate decisions made in early 2015. The main question being whether to float the interest rate in anticipation of it improving in time or locking in the rate so to minimize the future potential risk, both positions have considerable pros and cons. These key components to finance and leverage in CRE are usually much better understood when working with professional commercial real estate advisers with vast experience in this area, like the team at Pacific Capital.
Clients have certainly responded to Pacific Capital's diverse services and unique approach to financing with enthusiasm. John Christie, of The Arch Group, recently said, "Pacific Capital has outstanding resources to facilitate the placement of your investment funds in order to maximize your returns, for both the short term and long haul. We highly recommend their services."
Pacific Capital is encouraging clients and investors to closely monitor the interest rates in the commercial real estate market in the coming year to enhance their financing options and maintain consistent profit returns.
About Pacific Capital, LLC
Pacific Capital is a private equity and real estate consulting firm that provides flexible capital solutions to finance acquisitions, create liquidity, fund growth, repositioning opportunities and meet the financial needs of investors and business owners. Pacific Capital also specializes in acquisitions and dispositions of off market assets for both domestic and international investors. Pacific Capital's core belief is quality service through integrity and exceptional opportunities while enhancing the client's profitability.
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Name: Jason A. Schuck
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