When you purchase shares on Fintor in either an initial or secondary offering, you are directly buying ownership in the individual series of a Series LLC that owns the asset.

For example, if you purchase 2% of the shares in a single property offering, then you would be entitled to 2% of the economic interests of the asset over time, which may include monthly dividends from rent and potentially property value appreciation.

Shareholders do not posses any decision or voting rights for the property, and are not personally responsible for any debts, or liens associated with an asset.

Fintor's management team has full discretion and decision rights over each asset.

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