If Wunder were to shut down during the term of your investment, responsibility for administration of the fund would be handed over to a firm specializing in debt service and fund management. An industry-standard monthly services fee is built into each of the loans that the fund issues, and this fee exists specifically to cover the costs associated with the ongoing administration of the fund. This Services fee is currently paid to a subsidiary of the Wunder Company, but per the fund’s Operating Agreement, this fee would be re-allocated to a new servicer if that were to become necessary.
Articles in this section
- With Wunder, what am I investing in?
- Who can invest?
- How do I make an investment?
- Is there a minimum investment?
- How do I receive my investment's returns?
- What documents are needed to verify accreditation?
- What are the tax implications of a Wunder investment?
- Can I invest using my retirement account?
- Who are your other investors?
- Are there any management fees?