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And this trend will likely continue. At this point, most of the Bitcoin real estate transactions occur after a Bitcoin holder transfers the purchase price (as a dollar amount) to a title company. So while the Buyer pays through Bitcoin, the Seller is paid in dollars.
So to help with this growing trend, we’ve actually compiled a guide for people looking to purchase real estate with Bitcoin. Check it out here:
We’re living in the future now. Could you imagine buying a house with Bitcoin? Let us know what you think!
Written by Turner Swann, Broker Associate at Swann Real Estate