Blockchain is Going to Revolutionize Real Estate Investment and Debt

Blockchain is Going to Revolutionize Real Estate Investment and Debt

On Thursday, April 30, 2020 the Chicago Blockchain Real Estate Collective hosted an informative introductory meeting on the rapidly changing state of technology crashing into the staid world of real estate finance and investment. Items discussed were Security Tokens, Hard Asset Tokenization, Democratization of Investing, Transparency, Smart Contract Technology, Process Automation, Access To Global Pools of Capital, Foreign Investment in US Real Estate Markets, Asset Allocation, Liquidity, and Access.

The Zoom conference helped us chart the course for additional meetings.

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3 Key Points
  • Benefits of digitizing real estate investments
  • Understanding blockchain technology
  • Understanding real estate assets in the blockchain
Timestamped Shownotes

01:55 – Michael Flight, founding partner of Concordia Realty and CEO of LibertyFund, explains his journey from retail real estate into blockchain technology and security tokens
06:50 – Sam Halawi of LibertyFund introduces himself and his path into blockchain technology for real estate offerings
10:29 – Excitement behind bringing blockchain to real estate assets and increasing liquidity
12:12 – Flexibility blockchain technology brings to net lease real estate investing
14:40 – Digitization of Triple Net (NNN) investments opens untapped potential of real estate
17:23 – Biggest skill going into blockchain
18:12 – What to research when investing with blockchain and security tokens
19:55 – What are some good resources to learn about security tokens and blockchain technology for real estate?
24:07 – What does digitizing assets do for disintermediation?
26:15 – What is the projection for LibertyFund offerings?

*Note: Liberty Fund/Concordia Equity Partners (Concordia) have made every attempt to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information provided. Concordia cannot not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained herein. The information herein considered legally-binding legal advice, tax guidance, or financial counsel.