When considering a real estate investment in the United States, it is important to consider the FRB (Federal Reserve Board) which corresponds to the central bank of the United States, such as the exit strategy of quantitative easing and the zero interest rate policy introduced in 2008. The FRB, which aims to break away from the Lehman Brothers collapse, has conducted quantitative easing thus far. This policy continues to supply funds to the market, and has allowed the US economy to slip out from an abnormal state. Then, in taking a step towards financial normalization, the FRB will determine the end of quantitative easing.
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Japan and US Real Estate transaction comparison