Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be Accredited to invest?

Yes. Due to Federal Securities Laws, only accredited investors can invest in the offerings we provide.  When you submit your subscription application you will complete a suitability questionnaire and self-attest that you are an accredited investor. 

When will I be paid interest or distributions on my investments?

Debt offerings typically process payments monthly on the 25th. Your first payment is processed the month following your first full calendar month of earning interest.

Example 1: If you funded on March 1st (month A), your first payment would be processed on April 25th (month B). Your first payment would consist of one-month’s interest.

Example 2: If you funded from March 2nd to March 31st (month A), your first full month of interest would be April, and your first payment would be processed on May 25th (month C). Your first payment would consist of interest earned in March and one full month interest for April.

Equity distributions vary based on the performance of the underlying investment project. Equity disbursements are typically processed on the 10th of the month.

Before investing, consider carefully the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the fund. Detailed information may be found in each fund’s disclosure documents or executive summary, if available. Always read the disclosure documents carefully before you invest or send money. All investments involve risk, including the loss of entire principal. 

Can I invest through my IRA?

Yes. We partner with a range of custodians and can process investments via self-directed IRAs.

How do I demonstrate that I am an accredited investor?

When completing a subscription application, you will be asked to self-attest that you are an accredited investor.  Because our offerings are typically Regulation D, Rule 506(b) exempt private placements, we do not require documentary evidence of financial status.

When do I start earning interest for a Debt opportunity?

Your money earns and accrues daily interest as soon as the loan documents are completed, and funds are received from the offering's escrow account.

How are monthly payments typically calculated?

Resolute utilizes a 365-day calendar for calculation of daily rate, with interest paid on a 30-day, providing lenders with consistent monthly interest payments. This means the amount you earn for February will be the same as the amount you earn for August.