Templum Powers Fintor's Fractional and Tradable Real Estate Investments

Investing in real estate assets will be easier with this collaboration, facilitating trading and operations.

FREMONT, CA: Templum is an award-winning provider of next-generation capital markets infrastructure, including alternative and private securities. : Over the last 25 years, Templum has gained extensive knowledge and experience in capital markets. Through Fintor's strategic partnership with Templum, which leverages the company's technology, can facilitate primary operations and secondary trading, allowing investors to participate in tradable and fractional ownerships of real estate assets on the Fintor platform.

Retail investors find it increasingly difficult to make passive investments, such as real estate, due to the skyrocketing property prices over the past few years, making it more difficult to justify investing in property.

A fractional real estate investment platform, such as Fintor, offers investors the opportunity to diversify their portfolios through real estate investments. This is because they can participate in private markets that they would otherwise be unable to access. There is an increasing trend of democratizing access to investments in alternative assets such as startups, investment funds, renewable energy, and real estate projects. This is part of the growing trend of democratizing access to investment in alternative assets.

"Fintor was highly selective in choosing our tech partner. It was critical for our partner to be a market leader and check the trust and security boxes for our investors while being able to support Regulation A+ issuers like ourselves," said Farshad Yousefi, Co-Founder and CEO of Fintor. "Given that Fintor is making real estate a liquid and highly tradable asset class that could scale to support millions of individuals, we required a comprehensive solution to facilitate the process for our continuous trading. Additionally, all workflows, architecture, and technology needs had stringent requirements for both robust data integrity and intricate regulatory compliance. With these considerations in mind, Templum was the obvious choice," said Yousefi.

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