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Why it makes Sense to Invest in the Property Market to Benefit from Accelerating Inflation
Can Real Estate Property Really Hedge Against Inflation
Personally I believe its important to base your investment decisions based on your own unique circumstances. I've collected the most useful articles that considers the relationship between inflation and property market based. whenever possible I've choose articles that represent the different perspectives to allow us a more balance insight into this issue.
Interest Perspective on the Relationship between Inflation the the Property Market
- Investing in Property: Hedge against Inflation ?: Singapore Property Market Outlook
A balanced and level head analysis of prudent property investment.
- Annual house price growth falls below inflation - IFAonline
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- Buy Real Estate as Inflation Hedge, Aberdeen Says (Update1) - BusinessWeek
People should allocate more money than they do now in real estate as a hedge against inflation, Turner said. Real estate, whether or not theres inflation as a result of macro policy, is attractive in its own way.
- Historical real estate appreciation rate in the United States
Appreciation matters because it can make the difference between whether it's better to buy a home or continue renting. And even small changes in the appreciation rate can change the long-term value of buying considerably.
How Does Rising Global Inflation Affect You?
Without going into the details of the causes of global inflation, the inflation trend seems to have picked up momentum after 2009.
For those who already have millions in the bank, the effect of inflation is to continually "eat" into your money in the bank or even the stock market. For those who have good cash flow of steady paychecks but no much net wealth, the bad news is that the rate of wage increases is unlikely to keep pace with the rising inflation.
Its interesting that inflation seems to be a "fair" threat in that it can negatively affects both the rich and the poor, although on different levels.