Joe Bettag, the Broker/Owner of Coastal Properties has been an investor within the Crypto/Blockchain for several years and is involved heavily within the growing Blockchain industry in Florida.
He has over 35 years of experience that includes private equity and managing large real estate holdings for a NYSE listed organization for five years. He serves on the Miami-JTHS Association of Realtors Board of Directors which is the largest Realtor association within the U.S. with over 50,000 members.
Coastal Properties was founded in 1991 serving the south Florida market and offers services that include residential and commercial brokerage and management as well as real estate development opportunities. Their established network of real estate brokers can provide similar services through-out the U.S.
In 2021, a new division was dedicated to address the growing need for the use of crypto/blockchain technology when buying real estate – Coastal Properties Blockchain Division. One of the priorities for this Division will be the creation of a training program for real estate agents to learn more about using cryptocurrency to buy real estate and a knowledge base on the blockchain technology. According to The College Investor, 90% of the world's millionaires over the last two centuries have been created by investing in real estate. For more details, please contact us at https://www.coastalpropertiescrypto.com/
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