“About 1% of real estate trades yearly. Lowering the barriers of entry through tokenization is a meaningful advancement for liquidity. Millions of people, who otherwise would not have real estate in their portfolio, are going to deepen the marketplace and radically change trading velocity through fractionalized ownership.”
FORBESREAL ESTATE COUNCIL
The Real Estate Digital Securities Asset Protocol Enabled Ecosystem
The Parcels™ Real Estate Digital Securities (REDS) Protocol objective is to facilitate an architecture model focused on the needs of real estate securitization life-cycle scenarios. Designed in a flexible manner allowing for regulatory and business adaptation, continuous innovation, and seamless service delivery.
Protocol is a set of rules governing the exchange or transmission of data. Building blockchain agnostic digital securitization protocols for real estate transactions, with the flexibility to address existing regulatory business rules and future requirements, permits ecosystem partners to standardize interfaces in a secure, private, and globally compliant manner, while promoting innovation and a higher quality user experience.
Parcels is at its core a real estate lifecycle value generating company. The focus is on real estate and all its regulatory, tax, and business attributes.
Property tokenization secures the rights to a real estate asset onto a digital token, allowing Parcels to reimagine capital formation, liquidity, and investment. Available on a worldwide platform, lowering the barriers to real estate investment with an open invitation for everyone to participate and prosper.
Under no circumstances should any material on this web site be considered as an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy an interest, token or coin in any individual company or investment fund. Any such offer or solicitation will be separately made only by means of the Confidential Private Offering Memorandum relating to the particular fund or persons who, among other requirements, meet certain qualifications under U.S. federal or other international securities laws and generally are sophisticated in financial matters, such that they are capable of evaluating the merits and risks of prospective investments