Thursday, June 20, 2024
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Tag: Real Estate

LendingHome’s investor platform hits $100m invested

LendingHome announced that $100 million has now been invested on its platform for individual investors. Read more:

Relendex reaches milestone with full FCA authorisation

Relendex has reached a significant milestone with full authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority. Read more:

Top 3 P2P property lending platforms named

Matthew Howard released his very own assessment on the top three property P2P lending platforms are in the UK. Read more:

RealtyShares has now raised more than $300m

Real estate crowdfunding platform RealtyShares has announced that over $300 million in real estate finance has been raised on its crowdfunding platform. Read more:

Real Estate blockchain to replace government

Real estate blockchain - use the Bitcoin blockchain to record the transfer of properties, why bother with the delay, cost, and inefficiency of the government? Read more:

“FinTech” Driving Commercial Real Estate Growth

As banks continue to recover from the last financial crisis they also face heightened regulation, potential for security breaches and a squeeze on expenses. This is having a major impact on their real estate decisions. Read more:

New “PropTech” business models in UK commercial real estate

A round table discussion held by the Study of Financial Innovation in London on featured presentations from new online marketplace platforms offering opportunities in the UK commercial real estate. Read More:

FinTech Panel: Real Estate's Tech Boom

According to a new report from real estate consulting firm RE: Tech, investors funnelled $743.7 million globally into commercial real estate tech startups Read more:

Rocket Internet invests in online real estate with BrickVest

Global Founders Capital is investing in London and Berlin-based online real estate fund management platform BrickVest. Read more:

What is the future of real estate investment services?

Real estate investment services have to date been relatively untouched by technology. Is that about to change? Read more: