Patrick Iturra, May 4, 2022
The emergence of cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin, has come as no surprise as trust in this digital asset has gradually built over time. In crypto real estate, investors continue to invest eagerly in these unproven currencies, which are now impacting the property market.
As more people show interest in investing in cryptocurrency, its rapid growth leads to increased integration with various investment forms. This blog section will focus on the growing influence of crypto real estate, discussing the impact of cryptocurrencies on the real estate market. Drawing from my 24+ years of experience as a strategic investment advisor, I will share my thoughts on how crypto mortgages affect real estate assets.
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The real estate industry has been incorporating crypto for some time now. Since cryptocurrency can purchase anything if both buyer and seller agree, real estate transactions are no exception.
Buyers and sellers must agree to use cryptocurrency for their transactions. To better understand this, let’s explore how cryptocurrency influences the real estate market.
How does cryptocurrency impact the real estate market?
Bitcoin dominates the market, significantly affecting real estate by offering new and diverse platforms for property transactions. A recent study reveals a large number of people buying properties with Bitcoin.
Here’s how cryptocurrency has positively affected the real estate market so far
Establishing new channels for real estate
A significant advantage cryptocurrency offers the real estate market is the creation of new platforms for sales. Moreover, buyers and sellers can bypass intermediaries like banks and transact directly with cryptocurrency.
Reducing the likelihood of fraud
The crypto blockchain provides a secure method for avoiding potential fraud. Furthermore, advancing technology makes transactions safer and fraud-free.
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Cryptocurrency operates transparently, assigning each property a digital identity and offering transparency
Is cryptocurrency the future of real estate sales?
The future has arrived with the capitalization of mortgages and the emergence of crypto-assets. Experts predict that cryptocurrency will become the primary mode of transaction, offering convenience and higher profit potential.
Americans are increasingly buying significant properties with cryptocurrency payments, illustrating its status as a digital asset of the future. Initially, only properties sold at total cost were purchased with cryptocurrency, but as time passed, crypto-assets began to secure mortgages.
Dealing with transaction details and custody in crypto
Crypto transactions are undeniably more secure and transparent. However, many people are still unfamiliar with cryptocurrency, making the intricacies of each transaction complex.
Transaction details in crypto: As cryptocurrency remains a learning concept for buyers and sellers, each transaction is unique and requires careful examination. Mortgages are complex, requiring attention to detail. Buyers and sellers must pay closer attention to transactions when engaging in crypto mortgages.
The issue of custody: In real estate, custody is always a priority. Cryptocurrency custody safeguards property from potential harm, mainly theft and irrational charges.
Real estate transaction costs and cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency has seemingly reduced transaction costs in real estate. Bitcoin’s increasing value in real estate is evident in its dominance of home listings. Typically, more extensive, high-priced houses sell through bitcoins to minimize transaction costs for buyers.
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Mortgage and cryptocurrency
The concept of cryptocurrency mortgages remains new, reflecting the growing value of crypto in the real estate market. People struggled to use cryptocurrency for mortgages and down payments not long ago, but it is now becoming a popular choice. Buyers can even use crypto for down payments.
Crypto transactions have simplified international payments for investors and reduced added costs. Taxes and unforeseen charges, which have always troubled investors, are relatively reduced when dealing with cryptocurrency.
Investors may hesitate due to their lack of experience with crypto-transactions and real estate. Fluctuations in cryptocurrency’s value are part of the game, and if you’re willing to invest in crypto assets, you need to understand the future implications.
Experts remain optimistic.
Business development is the ideas, initiatives, and activities that help improve a business. My experience results in your business’s increased revenue, expansion, and profitability by building strategic partnerships and making strategic business decisions.
I don’t sell houses. I grow your Assets. Patrick Iturra, Asset Manager at Estate Investments Group