The term “real estate tokenization” has been doing the rounds and getting quite the buzz among circles of economic discussion for some time now—and rightfully so. The global real estate market has been on the rise in the last few years; in 2016, the sector was worth nearly $7.4 trillion, followed by $8.5 trillion and $8.9 trillion in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Amidst these developments, real estate tokenization began stepping into the spotlight. According to…"The digital reinvention of real estate investing and asset management"
It has recently come out that the average homeowner in America is age 47, a radical departure from earlier decades in the country where home buyers were typically in their late 20’s and 30’s. This is at least partially due to the skyrocketing costs of real estate within city limits of major population centers, where younger people tend to congregate and seek higher paying jobs and more exciting lifestyles. This bleak picture shows us a…"Meet Tomorrow’s Homeowner: All 1000 of Them"
As blockchain continues to disrupt various industries by allowing for asset digitization and the supporting infrastructure for people to own, transfer, and exchange digital assets between people, upstart businesses are becoming more frequent due to this new digital nesting ground. People continue to find new ways to make blockchain and tokenization work for them and for others who had previously not been able to invest. What is Asset Tokenization?Asset tokenization refers to the act of…"“Digitally Native Assets” Paving the Way for Fractional Real Estate Investments"