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As interest rates rise, developers will turn to EB-5 and build rural projects near major cities

Long-term stability in EB-5 and rising interests rates due to inflation will see the program once again take “center stage” for developers seeking alternative funding, says EB-5 attorney Ronnie Fieldstone. Comparing the current situation with the Great Recession, Fieldstone sees developers adding EB-5 to their capital stack, particularly for “more master-planned communities, luxury resorts and other types of rural projects near major U.S. cities,” as such locations can help lower infrastructure costs.

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