Real Estate Attorneys Susan Booth and Dora de la Rosa share their insight on how to hone blockchain technology in order to bring real estate up to speed with how information is shared and stored in the 21st century. They describe how blockchain technology will influence how the real estate industry records and transfers finances and manages real estate properties that are on the market. They even predict that real estate could become a liquid asset.
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