Do these royalties come from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc.?
Each SongShare is a piece of a royalty stream
that could be coming from a plethora of differing places, it all depends on
what the artist/seller has actually decided to sell through SongVest.
You can find this information under the "Description" of an offering's page. Here is an example from a listing:
What documentation do I need to provide in order to sell my royalties?
To have your royalty stream listed on SongVest, you will need to provide us with the following information: What you’d like to sell (i.e. for music: songwriter’s share of performance royalties, mechanical royalties, production royalties, etc.) The ...
What are Royalties?
Royalties are payments made from one party (the licensee) to another (the licensor) for the right to the use of an asset. The asset can be virtually anything — from tangible assets like minerals and oil to intellectual property like songs, brands and ...
I receive some of my royalties through SOCAN. Am I able to sell with SongVest?
SOCAN has a policy that does not allow us to sell royalties at this time, we hope this will change in the future.
If I choose not to sell my royalties, are there other options?
Yes. Our Royalty Advance Program allows you to receive up to a five year advance on your royalties. To qualify for this program, a royalty stream must have booked an average of AT LEAST $10,000 in revenue over the past three years. To learn more ...
How quickly can I sell my royalties?
Once we have your previous years’ royalty statements, we can usually conduct an auction in as few as 30 days.