A closer look at financing schemes for real estate


There’s been a lot of buzz around tokenization lately, but sometimes it’s tough to cut through the hype.  It’s not always clear exactly which situations lend themselves to tokenization and which are better off using a more traditional way of raising funds.

Just to make everything absolutely clear, let’s compare three use cases:  one for a traditional development project where the developer chooses traditional bank financing, one in which bank financing isn’t an option, and finally, a scenario in which the developer chooses bank financing and uses tokenization to raise its own capital.

Especially in situations where bank financing is abundant, the benefits of tokenization aren’t always obvious, so let’s start with that option for our first example.

Scenario #1…

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About The Author

Yael Tamar

Yael Tamar, CMO and Partner at SolidBlock, a new fundraising vehicle, offering a compliant global platform for the issuance and trade of digital securities backed by real estate & other assets. Yael is a financial strategist, speaker, advisor, and mentor with over a decade of experience. Yael is a regional co-chair at FIBREE, the Foundation for International Blockchain and Real Estate Expertise.

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