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Real Estate, Real Challenges: The Struggles of Building a Start-Up in the Real Estate Segment

The words ‘property’ and ‘real estate’ carry a certain sense of immutability and permanence. This inherent rigidity is reflective of the larger real estate ecosystem as well. Change, especially the kind of dynamic, constant change that start-ups thrive on, does not happen very frequently within the sector. Somewhat ironically, this very resistance to change is [...]

April 18th, 2019|News|

Real Estate Investment Gets A Digital Boost From Tokenization

Bitcoin has received huge attention from its surge way back in 2017 up to now. It had also been used for a lot of things but, mainly, Bitcoin--a product relying on blockchain--had been used as virtual currency. Blockchain Land explored how bitcoin had become indispensable in digital transactions and what its role could be as [...]

April 16th, 2019|News|

What to Look for In Regional Real Estate

As property price falls accelerate in Sydney and Melbourne, some investors might be tempted to pivot into the regions. In terms of dollars and cents, it can certainly look attractive, property market analyst and principal of Suburbanite Anna Porter told Your Money Live. “It’s affordable. That’s the first thing that most people come to tell [...]

April 11th, 2019|News|

Real Estate Has No Clear Strategy for Addressing Climate Change Risks

Climate change poses significant threats to properties across the U.S., increasing the likelihood of damaging fires and flooding, as numerous scientific studies in recent years have found. But the real estate industry has been slow to adopt standards to deal with the rising threat, according to a study published this week by the Urban Land [...]

April 10th, 2019|News|

Why Co-living’s a Growing Trend – And Not Just Among Millennials

A 21st-century version of dormitory living for adults is emerging as a way for city dwellers to deal with expensive real estate, social isolation and environmental pressures.   It's billed as co-living – the residential equivalent to co-working spaces – though there are parallels to older concepts such as boarding houses or university accommodation.   [...]

April 9th, 2019|News|

China’s Banks Defy Beijing by Pumping Loans Into Property, Despite Economic Slowdown

Despite Beijing’s push for state-owned banks to lend more to private companies, half of new loans issued by China’s big six banks last year went to individual property buyers. Data retrieved through a South China Morning Post analysis of the banks’ reported annual results underscores the challenges faced by Beijing in guiding more money into [...]

April 8th, 2019|News|