When you purchase shares in an Otis offering, you invest in an LLC which owns a specific asset, such as a painting. If the value of that asset rises, so does the value of your shares. It is our goal to curate assets that will appreciate in value over time but there is no guarantee we will meet this objective.

There are three primary ways in which you may have liquidity.

  1. Trade: Sell shares to other Otis members.
  2. Asset Sale: While we intend to hold for the long-term, we will poll for your opinion whenever we receive a legitimate offer, and the net proceeds of any sale will be distributed pro-rata to you.
  3. Cash Flows: If we find the right opportunity to generate revenue from the asset (e.g. loaning the work for display), any cash flows will be distributed pro-rata to you.

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