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None of us want to admit it, but it's a true and simple fact that 'smart contract' and 'blockchain'
technology have a long ways to go before they disrupt most normal everyday transactions the
way all of us crypto enthusiasts want them to. Imagining and conceptualizing the future is a lot
easier than coming up with innovative ways to apply current technology to existing real world
uses and the needs of everyday people outside of the cryptosphere.
With that in mind, SMARTRealty is developing a platform focused on the practical application
of smart contracts and blockchain technology in real estate transactions in a way that is
possible with current technology. Our goal is to make real estate transactions more
transparent, efficient, secure, and understandable.
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Real estate transactions can be some of the most complicated and burdensome undertakings
many people ever participate in. Even the simplest lease agreement is rarely fully understood
by the parties signing it. Additionally, enforcing the terms of these contracts can take
significant time and effort on both sides, landlord and tenant. Many landlords waste countless
hours in their attempts to collect rent payments from their tenants and terminating the
tenancies of those who are unable to pay, and many tenants have trouble recovering security
deposits or compelling landlords to do repairs in a reasonable timeframe or otherwise abide
by their various obligations under the law and the terms of their leases.
SMARTRealty believes many of these problems can be solved, or at least significantly
reduced, by applying smart contract technology to the real estate sales and rental market.
No one can deny that a digital revolution of some form is currently taking place. This is
creating a huge oppor...
According to Savills Research, the value of all world real estate totals around US$180 trillion.
Approximately 17% of that is commercial real estate and 83% is residential real estate. Of the
residential real estate, 72% is owner-occupied, while the other 25% is rented out to tenants.
In the United States alone as of January of 2018, there are nearly 112 million renters,
according to the Rental Protection Agency®, and nearly 23 million landlords. The number of
renters and landlords is increasing, with approximately 2,654 new renters and 544 new
landlords added per day, on average.
The popularity of single-family residence rentals has increased tremendously in the U.S. over
the last several years:
Source: Zillow analysis of U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey 2017
MARKET DYNAMICS (Continued)
Home sales in the United States are also on the rise:
Sales of new single-family houses in November 2017 were at a seasonally adjusted annual
rate of 733,000, according to estimates released jointly by the U.S. Census Bureau and the
Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is 17.5 percent above the revised
October rate of 624,000 and is 26.6 percent above the November 2016 estimate of 579,000.
Based on the above referenced data and the current U.S. Population of 323.1 million, it's safe
to assume that about one-third of all adult U.S. residents are currently renting their home, and
nearly two thirds are homeowners.
Simply put, that means nearly every adult in a country like the United States is currently
involved in at least one real estate contract of one type or another, be it a lease (oral or
written), mortgage, or owner-finance or lease-option agreement.
Contracts made between individuals with little to no legal counsel, as most rental and lease
agreements are, are often the subject of dispute, debatable obligations and meanings, and
countless misunderstandings. Every jurisdiction in every civilized country in the world is full of
landlord-tenant disputes and courts are over-burdened by these disputes every day.
Even real estate purchase and sales agreements handled with the help of lawyers, real estate
agents, mortgage brokers and lenders, escrow companies, title companies, and other third
parties are the source of many legal disputes.
Whether it's a landlord failing to return a security deposit to a tenant, a tenant disputing the
deductions the landlord made to the security deposit, a landlord attempting to terminate the
tenancy of a non-paying tenant, or a seller who owner-financed the sale of his home and now
needs to foreclose due to non-payment, this is a market that could seriously benefit from the
rigid terms and conditions and ...
SMARTRealty believes that while we may never be able to eliminate contract disputes
completely, we can significantly reduce them, as well as the time and effort spent settling
them, by applying smart contract technology to certain types of agreements.
SMARTRealty's goal is to initially apply smart contract technology to residential leases, and
provide a platform for landlords to advertise their rental units and homes to potential tenants,
with SMARTRealty smart contracts governing the transactions.
Over time, as laid out in our roadmap, we plan to branch this platform out to include
residential and commercial real estate transactions, including rentals, sales, and even non-
traditional transactions such as owner-financing and lease-option agreements.
THE SMARTREALTY PROCESS
When completed, the SMARTRealty solution will consist of a network of websites where
landlords, tenants, real estate buyers, and real estate sellers all connect with one another, not
unlike many real estate portals already in existence.
Where SMARTRealty differs is our websites will facilitate the SMARTRealty contract process
as well, walking the users through every aspect of the transaction from negotiation to
agreement, execution, and payment.
For example, a landlord will be able to list his rental property on a SMARTRealty website.
From there, it will be visible to thousands of potential tenants looking for housing in that
general area. Not only will the property be advertised on our sites, but via partnerships with
other real estate networks, it will also show up on other various listing services as well.
Once the landlord and tenant reach an agreement on lease terms, price, etc., the details of
the agreement are solidified in a SMARTRealty contract that is recorded on t...
Concept Development, Research and Planing
ICO Period Ends
May - June 2018
SMARTRealty Contract Testing & Deployment
Rental Platform Beta Testing
Partnerships with other Rental Networks & Sites
Owned-Financed Sales Platform Beta Testing
Partnerships with other Sales Networks & Sites MLS Integration
Mainstream Marketing Campaign Launch
Full Sales & Rental Platform Official Launch