Securitization of Real Estate Assets
One of the most significant financial innovations of the twentieth century was the introduction of securitization. Securitization involves pooling individual, usually illiquid, assets and using the pool as collateral for the issuance of an entirely new set of financial securities. People that invest in the new securities are promised a proportionate share of the cash flows produced by the pool of assets.
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