Q2 is off to an exciting start. From the launch of new tradable cities to the ongoing month-long #RealEstateRoyale trading contest, there were plenty of April highlights. Here’s everything you need to know.
#RealEstateRoyale - Season 01
📅 April 4th 23:00 UTC – April 30 23:59 UTC
As season 01 of #RealEstateRoyale winds down, the competition heats up with the stakes continuing to rise. At stake is a prize pool of $1500 USDC in addition to NFT badges and an elite Discord role.
Join the contest here to start trading and make your way to the top of the leaderboard.
Residential real estate prices in the 15 tradable cities rise modestly WoW, while volatility across markets & asset classes remains subdued. What does this mean for Parcl traders?
Read the full report to explore the latest market trends + opportunities for Parcl traders.
New Tradable Cities
Parcl originally launched with 6 cities and just recently added Las Vegas. However, this week welcomes the addition of 8 new tradable cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia, Portland, Seattle, and Washington DC.
Explore these 8 new tradable cities and more http://app.parcl.co
Parcl Town Hall
To hear the full recording of everything covered at the most recent town hall you can listen to the recording here: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1kvKpmWzYeDGE
From new API product releases to market updates, Parcl Labs continues to deliver data-driven real estate insights to keep you informed.
0.5.0 API update introduces several new features and enhancements including:
✅ New Inventory Breakdown Endpoint
✅ Updated Price Feed Stats Endpoint
✅ 36 New Markets
✅ Markets Endpoint Update
The next update will introduce the most requested API feature: the historical financials and inventory endpoints. Read more about the latest version.
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