Real estate investing is moving away from its traditional roots into a technology based process that uses public and private real estate data including transactions, market analysis and deep market knowledge to guide investment actions.
CompoundBanc uses this data as the basis for its investment decisions. The financial technology company creates investment products for retail investors. The company has launched what it calls Compound Real Estate Bonds, along with its technology platform, WarrenIQ on February 17, 2023.
In the past, investing in real estate bonds was time and labor intensive and had a high administrative load. CompoundBanc similifies the process throughout the transaction. They utilize WarrenIQ, to analyze available data science other factors to enhance investment decision-making including market selection and risk mitigation in real estate.
In addition, the platform performs comprehensive data analysis to identify undervalued opportunities and markets, supporting the company’s investment principles. This is done via proprietary algorithms, machine learning, and AI.
“Unless you’re investing in a REIT, the data is so fragmented,” said Yuvraj Tuli, CompoundBanc Chief Strategy Officer. “What we’ve done is make it simple so that anyone can invest in Compound Bonds, (the company’s proprietary Compound Real Estate Bonds) and anyone can get their money out any time they want,” he explained.
“We have made real estate investment available to the everyday person who wants to invest. Investments can begin with just $10.” CompoundBanc’s platform ingests thousands of data points from real estate listings, Mobility Market Intelligence (MMI), CoreLogic, and commercial real estate databases.
It identifies trends and patterns in pricing and assesses risk for the team by assigning a proprietary score to each property. Then, the firm’s professional investment team reviews the data, adds their research into the mix and makes a final decision.
WarrenIQ operates on fundamental long-term principles of successful real estate investing, while helping to execute the company’s investment principles and managing a mountain of data. By using this system for their data ingestion, monitoring, aggregation, and sorting, the company can analyze it in real-time, making portfolio decisions that respond to market conditions across geographic areas.
The company said that this gives both it and their Compound Bonds a significant advantage in the space. And it said that by combining the human intelligence of their team of data scientists and professional real estate investors with WarrenIQ, the company is mitigating both investment and asset risk. This is intended to improve the rate of return on every dollar invested.
The company reports that it has a full team of seasoned professionals working on their investments and technology. This includes the creation of a transparent digital app that gives investors access to data in real-time that was once reserved only for billion-dollar institutions.
“We’re making investment available to the 99% of people who might not have been able to invest before,” said Tuli. “Our app utilizes a three-step process, sign up, create your account, and purchase your bonds. It’s exactly like a bank account. You can see how many bonds you have, how much interest you burn, and you can withdraw your funds any time.”
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