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How The Jobs Report And A Year-End Interest Rate Hike Could Affect Commercial Real Estate

The jobs data released Friday showed negligible change, but the employment report ? the last before the Federal Reserve’s next policy meeting, in November ? has fueled speculation about a Fed rate hike by the end of the year. Before we get to the rate hike, let’s take a quick look [...]
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