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REGO – powering the next generation blockchain based global real estate platform.

Key challenges for foreign investors in today’s real estate market include the lack of top quality and reliable property listing platforms, and dealing with the time consuming, error prone and costly processes in acquiring, managing and funding of properties. The REGO innovative real estate property sourcing, listing and technology firm is launching the REGO crypto token, blockchain technology-based trading platform and applications for the real estate market to revolutionize the trading, management and investing of real estate properties, especially for foreign investors. REGO utility tokens can be used as currency in the acquisition of certain properties listed on the trading platform and for access to the blockchain based applications. Usage of REGO tokens will significantly expedite, securitize and reduce the costs of the aforementioned processes. REGO can also offer unique services to assist foreign investors in making property investments in the US and other countries. Such services will minimize the challenges of time and costs in acquiring and managing of properties purchased from their platform.


The advantages of real estate, which includes a low correlation to other financial assets and relatively high and stable income returns, have come into greater focus by private and institutional investors. Investors are drawn to real estate as traditional fixed-income investments. With the current market size of $217 trillion, real estate remains the largest asset class globally while also being the most imperfect. Many have attempted and failed to reduce the inefficiencies in the market space. As a result, real estate investors come across the same problems involving law, tax, payments, maintenance services, management, deterioration, and more. A key consideration is that real estate properties run on life cycles. The life cycles of different economic zones in the world happen at different times. For example, when certain countries are enjoying high growth, other countries may be struggling to survive and vice versa. As the scale of real-estate development in emerging markets rises, so too does the proportion available for private investment. Over the past two decades, in developed markets, the share of investable real estate as a percentage of GDP has been stable at 40-50 percent. However, in emerging markets, the percentage is growing, and so investors should look to invest in different economies to maximize return. As with most investments, it is critical to diversify the real estate economies in which one invests in order to achieve success.


Traditional methods of transferring capital incur relatively high transactional costs regardless of transaction size due to banks and financial intermediaries having to address clearing costs. Through the use of blockchain, these costs can be significantly reduced, as there is no middleman to impose fees. With a reward mechanism built into the protocol, transfers require only small transaction fees.


Everything that takes place on the ledger is visible to anyone. It is possible to see everything that has been recorded on the blockchain. Every transaction made on the blockchain will record the time of transaction, both receiving and sending wallet address, and time of delivery.


The ledger is policed by every member of the network. Integrity is checked and agreed upon by the network as a collective on an ongoing basis. Any change that one or other party attempts to make to the blockchain is recognized and rejected by the majority.


As the Blockchain is maintained by a large network of participants, no one actor can easily gain enough influence to submit a fraudulent transaction or successfully alter recorded data. Although possible in theory with enough resources, it would be prohibitively expensive in practice.

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