Art Assets chosen for new funds are those judged to have the highest likelihood of appreciation. New fund proposals by appraisers and rarity specialists are underwritten by investment institutions and offered to the public. New fund proposals made by appraisers and rarity specialists will provide LRE with a summary, history, appraisal, and growth forecast for each asset within a Liquid Rarity fund.
LIQUID RARITY FUND PROPOSALS
LRE provides appraisers and rarity specialists with a proposal template for investment companies with background details on the art assets within the fund. The proposal should also include the approximate monetary Art Asset acquisition size required to purchase the fund’s portfolio, the sources of the Art Assets, the purchasing schedule, and a history of the Art Assets themselves. LRE provides an optional fee-based consulting service to assist in proposal preparation.
The Liquid Rarity Exchange Board of Advisors must approve all proposals prior to submittal to licensed LRE investment companies.
- A Liquid Rarity Fund proposal may combine the expertise of more than one appraiser/specialist.
- The LRE Board of Advisors will accept or reject any registration after a short review period.
- LRE meets with interested financial companies to review the latest fund proposals.
- Investment companies which show interest in a Art Asset fund proposal will be put in touch with the fund’s creator(s).
LRE holds the exclusive authority to grant IP licensing rights and has no legal obligation to work with any organization or person(s).