The State of Real Estate Tokenization

  • While our VC fund is completely independent, we have the benefit of leveraging Corigin’s real estate portfolio and operations to help us diligence startups and add value to our portfolio companies.
  • Instead of tokenizing real estate assets, they plan to tokenize Real Estate Private Equity funds.
  • While there are a few different business models, the monetization strategies range from a listing fee (charged to the RE sponsor), a trading fee (charged to the investors), an asset management fee (charged to RE sponsor and/or investor) and some form of data analytics that could potentially be sold back to the industry.
  • Several tokenization startups we spoke with also plan to be a deal sponsor on the platform that they are building, and therefore can also monetize the deals they list by charging investors a promote and/or take a percentage of the rent revenue generated by the asset.
  • The tokenization platforms believe that a marketplace solution can provide liquidity by making these interests available to a pool of buyers and sellers similar to a stock exchange.
  • As it stands right now, each tokenization startup bringing deals to market requires the corresponding tokens to trade on that startup’s exchange.

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