Frequently Asked Questions

Is Real Liquidity affiliated with a Broker/Dealer?

Yes. Real Liquidity is affiliated with Prospero Capital, LLC ("Prospero Capital"), a FINRA registered broker-dealer and member of SIPC.


How is Real Liquidity licensed to operate SYNDEX?

Real Liquidity is the owner and operator of SYNDEX. Under an agreement with Prospero Capital, all securities activities, including, but not limited to the private placements and other broker-dealer services, are conducted exclusively through Prospero Capital, LLC.


Does Real Liquidity offer any investment or tax advice?

No. Real Liquidity’s primary business is to own and operate SYNDEX, the real estate focused secondary market for trading shares of real estate assets. Real Liquidity encourages each investor to consult with their own tax professional before buying or selling any securities.


None of the information displayed on or downloadable from RealLiquidity.com (the “website”) represents an offer to buy or sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security, nor does it constitute an offer to provide investment advice or service. Registered representatives of Prospero Capital LLC, do not (1) advise any member on the merits or advisability of a particular investment or transaction, or (2) assist in the determination of fair value of any security or investment, or (3) provide legal, tax or transactional advisory services. Information regarding companies on SYNDEX™ available on the website has been collected from or generated from publicly available sources. The availability of company information does not indicate that such company has endorsed, supports or otherwise participates with Real Liquidity. Company “thesis” are the opinions of Real Liquidity and are not recommendations to buy, sell or hold any security of such company. Any securities offered are offered by Prospero Capital LLC, member FINRA/SIPC.
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