Tokenized real estate refers to a new method of buying and selling real estate assets where ownership rights are represented by digital tokens.
Instead of traditional methods of buying property like paper certificates or a real estate title, tokenized real estate assets are recorded and stored on a blockchain, providing increased transparency and security.
In tokenized real estate, properties are divided into smaller units, known as tokens, that can be bought and sold by investors. Each ticket represents fractional property ownership, allowing investors to own a piece of the property without having to buy the entire thing.
This new real estate investment model provides several benefits, including increased liquidity and reduced barriers to entry. Investors can buy and sell tokens quickly and easily, as they would with stocks or other financial assets. The use of blockchain technology also ensures that ownership rights are recorded and transferred securely, reducing the risk of fraud or errors.