A new wave of technology is bringing greater efficiency and lower costs to the real estate sector.
Real estate tokenisation is an emerging global phenomenon and one of the many investment options available in the market. It involves creating tokens on the blockchain and assigning them to real estate properties that already exist or are being constructed. These tokens represent ownership of a real estate interest and can be used to raise capital.
Compared to the traditional approach where the transfer of property ownership involves multiple parties and a fair amount of paperwork, tokenisation enables investors to access to the market and conduct transactions more easily. With every data programmed into a digital token, tokenisation also enhances transparency between the investor and seller and helps reduce the cost of transactions.
As more and more technology-backed real estate projects come to fruition, it is expected that real estate investment activities will be bolstered by increased investor access to quality property assets. At the same time, an increase in technology deployment is expected to add further value to quality asset origination, while augmenting the financial capabilities and sophistication of real estate stakeholders.
Join us on 6 August 2021, when Colliers Head of Valuation & Advisory Services Hannah Jeong will explain tokenisation and its application in real estate. She will also provide examples on how valuation works in tokenised assets.
Participants can choose to attend virtually or in person. For those who are interested to attend in-person, please note that seats are limited. In-person participants will also be required to wear masks throughout the course of the event. To align with government regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, no refreshments will be provided at the event.
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