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How to exchange my tokens when a property is sold

We want to tell you this time what happens when a property's lifecycle is completed in Reental, but first, in case you don't know, let us remind you what this cycle is:

- We buy the property.

- We renovate it.

- We rent it, whether by rooms, traditional, or tourism.

- We sell it.

In this post, we will focus on the last step, so you know how to exchange your tokens for your initial investment plus the capital gain obtained from the sale.

The first thing we need to do is open our profile in Reental and connect our wallet. If you're not sure what I'm talking about, you can take a look at this other post. Remember that it's essential to have some BNB in your wallet for gas. Gas is the small fee we pay for using the network, in this case, the Binance Smart Chain.

The advantage is that it's so low that we'll hardly notice it. Once a property is sold, its status in the dApp is changed to "Sold and Closed," as you can see in the following image.


As you can see, at the bottom, there's a 'Claim' button. Click on it, and you'll immediately see a modal like the one below.


Here, you should click 'Confirm' to accept the exchange of your tokens from the property for the corresponding USDT.

Your wallet will immediately notify you to confirm the transaction, and you're all set! You now have the USDT in your wallet.

If you can't see them, remember to add the USDT contract - 0x55d398326f99059fF775485246999027B3197955 to your wallet.

If you have any questions, you can schedule a meeting using the following link or simply send us a message via WhatsApp or any of our social media channels.


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