Real Estate has become increasingly popular as an asset class in recent years and investors are eager to put their money into this space. However, the high capital requirements associated with real estate investments have been a large barrier for many individuals. From February 27th to March 3rd, the KoreSummit event “Real Estate + JOBS Act + Tokenization = Liquidity” will discuss the potential of blockchain technology and tokenization for transforming this industry.
On day one of the summit, the discussion will be centered around why real estate is an attractive asset class and what steps can be taken to help make it more accessible to a wider range of investors. Douglas Ruark, Frank Bellotti, Nathaniel Dodson, and Oscar Jofre will speak during the first day’s panel, which is sure to provide valuable insight into the industry as well as the potential opportunities that could arise with the use of tokenization and blockchain technology.
The second day of the summit will be focused on fractional ownership, a concept that makes it possible for multiple investors to own a single asset, and attracting the right investors. Laura Pamatian, Oscar Jofre, Peter Daneyko, Richard Johnson, Tyler Harttraft, Andrew Cor, and Jillian Bannister will be leading these discussions, which will provide attendees with an understanding of how fractional ownership can help to make real estate investments more affordable and accessible while attracting the right investors.
The third day of the summit will be all about identifying which SEC exemption is right for raising Capital. Douglas Ruark, Peter Daneyko, Chris Norton, Nathaniel Dodson, Oscar Jofre, and Louis Bevilacqua will explain how to make the offering to retail, institutional, and accredited investors. These sessions will provide a great opportunity to learn from the experts and gain insight into how to ensure that your projects reach the right investors.
The fourth day of the summit will focus on what companies should do once their real estate offerings are live. Panelists will include Kim LaFleur, Mona DeFrawi, Andrew Corn, Peter Daneyko, Amanda Grange, and Ryan Frank. This session is sure to provide attendees with valuable information about understanding what steps to take once their offering is live.
The final day of the summit will look at private real estate shares and how they can be traded. Peter Daneyko, Kiran Garimella, Lee Saba, James Dowd, Frank Bellotti, and Laura Pamatian will provide insight into the concept of tokenization for private shares and how it can help to bring liquidity to this sector.
The upcoming KoreSummit is sure to provide invaluable insight into real estate and how blockchain technology and tokenization can help to make this asset more accessible and liquid. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from industry leaders and gain valuable knowledge on how to successfully launch and promote their offerings. With the JOBS Act paving the way for real estate tokenization, this summit is an ideal way to get ahead of the curve in what is sure to be a huge market in the years to come.
Sign up for the upcoming KoreSummit here.