Frequently Asked Questions

What type of investors can invest with Real Liquidity?

Some examples of Investors include, but are not limited to high net worth accredited individuals, institutional investors including family offices, registered investment advisors, private equity firms, hedge funds, banks, and asset managers.


How do I open a trading account?

Please go to our home page and select “Become an Investor” and follow the on-screen instructions.

Are there any fees related to opening up a trading account?

There is no cost associated with setting up an account. However there are specific transaction costs associated with buying and selling a private security in the Real Liquidity marketplace.



What tax documents will be sent to me at the end of the year?

K-1

Can I invest through or on behalf of an LLC, Trust, IRA or Roth IRA?

Yes, speak with a representative for further information.

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