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$105M STO from REI Tokenized by REINNO

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$105M Tokenized

REINNO, the Connecticut based blockchain/real estate firm, has recently announced the successful tokenization of a new fund.  This fund is known as the ‘REI Capital Growth Fund’.

While REINNO is responsible for the tokenization of the fund discussed here today, it was developed and managed by a company named REI.

The Fund

Coming in at, roughly, $105 million, this fund is backed by U.S. based real estate.  Through the tokenization process, access to this asset class is now attainable on a much more global scale.

In a somewhat unique approach, the pairing of companies have decided to structure/offer the REI Capital Growth Fund in what they call a ‘two-tiered’ approach.

  • $40 million in equity
  • $65 million in debt

By raising capital in this manner, REI hopes to attract a greater amount of investors.  Many investors are simply not interested in equity, or maybe debt – by offering both, investors can choose what suits their particular needs.

Commentary

Upon announcing the tokenization of their fund, and releasing details of their STO, representatives from each, REINNO and REI, took the time to comment.  The following is what each had to say on the matter.

Alan Blair, Managing Principal of REI, stated,

“I have been in the real estate business for over 36 years. It is exciting to see the industry evolve and use innovative technologies, such as blockchain, to create new opportunities…Tokenization allows us to reach international investors and offer them exceptional investment opportunities in American commercial real estate. We are now able to deliver flexible, paperless assets and the highest standards of excellence to investors worldwide.”

Viktor Viktorov, CEO of REINNO, stated,

“Tokenizing REI Capital Growth brings us one step closer to creating an ecosystem where commercial properties are liquid while real estate transactions are paperless, instant and efficient…We already provide real estate tokenization and lending services; soon we are launching a new functionality which makes investing in tokenized real estate easily accessible.”

REINNO

Maintaining headquarters in Connecticut, REINNO is a young company, which was founded in 2019.  The team behind REINNO has identified real estate markets as being ripe for an infusion of technology such as blockchain.  As such, the company has developed a comprehensive suite of services allowing for the tokenization of such assets.

CEO, Viktor Viktorov, currently oversees company operations.

REI Capital Growth

Like REINNO, REI Capital Growth calls Connecticut home.  They are a private equity company looking to provide ‘global access to US real estate investing’ through an upcoming STO.

Managing Partner, Alan Blair, oversees company operations.

In Other News

To date, Europe has widely been seen as a leader with regards to tokenized real estate.  Not content with being left behind, we are seeing an increasing amount of U.S. based companies jump aboard.  The following are examples of this.

Harbor Tokenizes $100 Million in Real Estate Funds on ETH

RealT to Tokenize Detroit Real Estate

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