From increased competition to low mortgage rates, the real estate market has undergone major changes in the past decade. One of the most important changes is the payment method that homeowners use to purchase new homes. Recent reports show that 1 in 9 home buyers in the U.S. use digital currencies such as Bitcoin.
A few years ago, saving for a down payment or buying a house with Bitcoin was unthinkable, but today it is possible. A growing number of private home sellers, real estate agents, and mortgage companies are accepting Bitcoin as an alternative payment method. So how can you buy a house with Bitcoin and how can you determine if using your assets to buy your dream home is a good option for you? Or under what conditions can you buy a house with digital currency? In this article we will address all these questions, stay with us.