Baby Boomers Struggle to Retire in the ‘Financial Repression Decade’


Feeble returns for baby boomers seeking income are extremely low on the safest investments such as bank deposits and fixed-income securities. The current low interest rate environment represents a “financial repression” transferring money from savers to borrowers, such as real estate investors.

Unlike these “classic investments”, did you know real estate is a great alternative that can perform well in a low interest environment? In fact, all-time low interest rates translate into historic debt reduction, which means your equity growth is even faster.

To learn more about adding inflation hedging apartment buildings that perform well in time of low interest rates to your portfolio, while the rest of the world suffers from “financial repression”, click here.