This private event, brought to you by SolidBlock and Carvil, will present the unique investment potential Israel currently holds for new logistics centers, particularly for those catering to small to medium businesses.
We will discuss the market conditions that have allowed this exclusive opportunity to take place and the investment options that can be taken advantage of as a result. We’ll also talk about the best possible locations for establishing logistics centers in Israel.
An introduction will be made to an innovative blockchain-based investment model that has been becoming increasingly popular, as it holds many advantages over traditional models.
You’ll see there is a smarter way to make investments, one that’s like NOTHING you’ve ever seen before.
You’ll find out:
· Why logistics centers in Israel hold such unique business opportunities, especially now
· How investment threshold is lowered so you can diversify your holdings and not invest all your eggs in a single property basket
· How to reap the benefits of secure digital investments
First, we’ll get together online. Then, we’ll set up a time to answer all your questions.
Note that only pre-approved investors will be admitted to this closed event. Once you RSVP, we’ll be happy to guide you through the approval process.
So don’t wait, sign up now, before this one-of-a-kind opportunity is gone!
Meet your hosts:
Carvil is a private company operating in the field of real estate investment, planning, development, and project management in Israel. Under the ownership of architect Dr. Eric Lederman, Carvil was founded in 2010, and since its establishment has pioneered the field of logistics and office construction targeted at small- and medium-sized enterprises.
SolidBlock is an end-to-end platform for issuing and trading property-backed digital securities, best known for its role in the world’s first successful commercial property tokenization, raising $18M for the St. Regis Resort in Aspen, Colorado.
Ido Shacham has over a decade of real estate taxation experience; seven years working for the Israel Tax Authority as a real estate appraiser, district appraiser, and real estate appraisal superintendent. After leaving the Tax Authority, he worked as an attorney and real estate appraiser for an international accounting firm, where he planned and executed some of the largest investment transactions in recent years. Ido currently lectures at many official organizations and academic institutions, including the Israel Bar Association, Bar-Ilan University, Ben-Gurion University, the College of Management and Business, Israel’s Land Appraisers’ Association, and the Israel Tax Authority. He represents the interests of the Israeli public as Tax Committee chair for the Real Estate Appraisers Association.