The real estate market in the Metaverse is expected to surpass $5 billion by 2026. That’s the prediction of the latest Metaverse report from Technavio, a global market research firm. The report says the rise will be fueled by the metaverse growing into a mixed reality environment, where people can enjoy these spaces.

The Metaverse Real Estate Market Will Grow Exponentially

As the Metaverse becomes a more vivid and tangible breathing world, more and more people will be interested in being part of its social ecosystem. The real estate market in the metaverse is affected by this popularity. A recent study by Technavio, a global market research firm, predicts exponential growth in the value of this market.

The report, which also studies other factors related to this new market, estimates that the value of virtual real estate will increase by $5.36 billion by 2026. This expansion will be fueled by two factors. First, the metaverse will gradually evolve into a more mixed reality experience, giving more value to those platforms that visitors can inhabit, taking annotations and decoding tags for different application-specific purposes.

The second reason has to do with the popularity of cryptocurrencies, which will make this type of property more accessible and easy to buy to sell or rent, allowing its owners to earn passive income.


Market challenges and regional leaders

However, all is not rosy for the virtual real estate market. It is still an insurgent sector that has yet to find its footing, as it is very different from the real world real estate market. Each virtual land will have its own price depending on several factors which are different from case to case. The report states:

Virtual land pricing does not follow the physical world pricing model. Therefore, the value of digital assets, including metaverse real estate, would basically depend on how buyers perceive their price, thus leading to fluctuations.

These fluctuations can have a negative impact on the investments of companies and users interested in embarking on these nascent instruments. Most of this proliferation will come from investors and companies in North America, with the region accounting for 41% of investments made during the stated period, also due to the high adoption of applications that include metaverse technology. .

Another report released last February estimated that real estate sales in the Metaverse would reach $1 billion this year.

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Sergio Goschenko

Sergio is a cryptocurrency journalist based in Venezuela. He describes himself as late in the game, entering the cryptosphere when the price surge happened in December 2017. Having a background in computer engineering, living in Venezuela and impacted by the cryptocurrency boom at social, it offers a different point of view. on the success of crypto and how it helps the unbanked and underserved.

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