Feb 15, 2018
6% of your house does not belong to you, but rather to your future real estate agent. U.S. property owners hold $15 Trillion in private property and stand to lose $900 Billion to future commissions. Through blockchain technology, the real estate industry can be decentralized and streamlined. Deedcoin returns up to $750 Billion to home owners by tokenizing real estate commission and connecting customers and agents directly.
The problem of predatory real estate commission is not exclusive to the United States. Globally, there is over $200 trillion in privately held real estate. Deedcoin harnesses blockchain to remove the centralized bureaucratic authorities that raises costs for homeowners and agents. Deedcoin displaces the monolithic middlemen and restores control and equity to the homeowner. The network and infrastructure are already usable with partnered brokerages in 140 cities across all 50 States. Deedcoin agents and a revolutionary platform are standing by to help homeowners. Only 50 Deedcoin is needed to retain 5% more of the equity in a property upon sale, while still enabling owners to access full service agents for a mere 1% commission.
Deedcoin's platform (Already live at DeedcoinHQ.com) simply replaces the way you find your next real estate agent. Instead of finding their next agent on google for 6% commission, customers access our platform, input their property information, and link up with their local Deedcoin agent for a 1% commission. Deedcoin customers use DEED to decide the commission or rebate before linking with the Deedcoin agent. Deedcoin intergrates fully with the existing real estate infrastructure. All discounts are reflected on the standard HUD forms during a property closing and all homes are listed or purchased through standard MLS. Customers have access to a groundbreaking technology dashboard allowing 24/7 access to an agent or licensed transaction assistant. Deedcoin’s DEED tokens will access a better real estate network that is already useable in 130+ cities and all 50 states. We streamline real estate to run on 1%, allowing future commissions to be set by the free market based on the price of DEED. Patent pending (App. No. 62/552,038)
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Strengths: pending patent, working platform deedcoinhq.com. Detailed marketing plan. SEC compliance: an expert analysis was conducted (by HOWEY Analysis from Thompson Bukher LLP) to address whether or not Deedcoin would be considered “securities”. Clear vision of the market and understanding of target audience. The project has 14 advisors. Weaknesses: no financial plan/projections, no competitor analysis. The WP doesn’t have clear structure and is rather hard to follow.
Ever since Blockchain technology was introduced, every possible industry or sector wants to adopt it, and bring something new to its target audience. Deedcoin is all set to do that by revolutionizing the real estate industry. Similar to other ICOs, such as Cibus, Amon, Aktie Social, Alttex, THEFANDOME and a lot more, the concept of Deedcoin also looks promising. However, the digital currency world is already awash with many similar websites, providing homebuyers and home sellers with the opportunity to earn. The best thing about this project is that it aims to eliminate the traditional practice of commissions, which is rampant in the real estate market. It is essential that what it claims is properly implemented and delivered or it will fail like other ICOprojects made a lot of big claims but did nothing to cater to the needs of their target audience.
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