Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the main differences between DE IV and the Reliant Liquidity Fund?
A: The main differences are rate and term: DE IV has a 3-year term and offers a 10% Preferred Return, whereas the Reliant Liquidity Fund has a 90-day Call Option and offers a 7% Preferred Return.
Q: How long has PPR been managing funds?
A: PPR has been managing note funds since 2007. Since then we’ve never missed a payment, nor have we failed to deliver the preferred return or lost any investor’s principal investment capital.
Q: What is the minimum fund investment?
A: The minimum fund investment in the DE IV Fund is $10,000 and in the Reliant Liquidity Fund is $50,000.
Q: When and how do I receive my preferred returns?
A: Preferred returns are directly deposited into your account (via ACH) the first business day of each month.
Q: Do I have to be an accredited investor to participate in the fund?
A: Yes, our funds are set up for accredited investors only.
Q: What is an accredited investor?
A: In order for an individual or an entity to qualify as an accredited investor, they must typically meet at least one of the following criteria:

  1. an individual with income exceeding $200,000 or joint income with his or her spouse of at least $300,000, in each of the last two years with the expectation to reasonably maintain the same level of income in the present year;
  2. an individual with a net worth exceeding $1 million, excluding the primary residence, either individually or jointly with his or her spouse;
  3. an entity that has assets exceeding $5 million that was not formed solely for the purpose of making the investment; or
  4. an entity whose owners all satisfy 1, 2, or 3 above.

For more information about the SEC’s requirements and common exemptions, see Regulation D Rule 506 in this brochure, Q&A: Small Business & the SEC.

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