CapitalMarkets

Real Estate

ORIX Capital Markets (“OCM”) serves as the U.S. real estate investment and finance arm for the ORIX Corporation (NYSE:IX) family of companies. OCM is a fully-integrated, commercial real estate finance and investment company with over $1 billion in assets and core businesses in real estate lending, CMBS and debt securities investments, real estate equity investments, acquisitions and development, capital markets activities, and special servicing/asset management.

Together with its predecessor companies, OCM has been involved in real estate investment and management activities since the late 1980s. Its core business operations, senior management team and staff of real estate professionals are located at its headquarters in Dallas, Texas.

Debt & Structured Finance

ORIX Capital Markets is an active investor in all levels of the capital structure, in all commercial property types, and in all areas nationally. Learn more about Debt & Structured Finance >

Real Estate Investment

ORIX Capital Markets has been in the business of acquiring, developing, leasing and disposing of U.S. real estate properties since acquiring a Chicago-based development group from Rubloff in the 1980′s. Learn more about Real Estate Investment >

Special Servicing & REO Asset Management

ORIX Capital Markets is a highly-rated special servicer and has been in the commercial loan servicing business for over 10 years. Learn more about Special Servicing & REO Asset Management >

Real Estate Asset Management

ORIX Capital Markets and its predecessor companies have been active since the 1980′s in the acquisition, development, re-positioning, disposition and asset management of commercial real estate. Learn More about Real Estate Asset Management >

Credit Underwriting

Credit Underwriting provides an objective and balanced analysis of each transaction with objective support enabling decision makers to make fully informed decisions regarding the risk and relative returns associated with a particular investment, mortgage loan or collateral property. Learn More about Credit Underwriting >