The evolution of financial technology (fintech) has created new opportunities in the real estate investment field to enable those with venture capital, and viable real estate development projects, to collaborate seamlessly. There has always been a historical gap between those that had money, and those that needed it.
At first glance Bitcoin does not seem closely related to the world of real estate. Other than the fact that some individuals might have made enough profit on their holdings to buy a house, the two topics appear unrelated. This is a serious misunderstanding of what Bitcoin means for the real estate market in general and transactions in particular.
Technology does not always advance evenly. The real estate industry has seen developments in internet marketing, the use of drone photography, and the use of predictive analytics. These have changed the industry in many ways. However, many facets of this important sector of the economy still have room for improvement.