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REIT company: Hunt Companies Finance Trust, Inc. (HCFT) (2012 – )

Hunt Companies Finance Trust, Inc. (NYSE: HCFT) was established in 2012, formerly known as Five Oaks Investment Corp., changed its current name in May 2018, and is headquartered in New York City, New York. A real estate investment trust company dedicated to investing, financing and managing multi-family and other commercial real estate loans.

Hunt Companies Finance Trust

Hunt Companies Finance Trust, Inc. (HCFT):

Hunt Companies Finance Trust is a real estate investment trust (“REIT”) dedicated to investment, financing and management of transitional multi-family and commercial real estate loans, securities backed by multi-family mortgages or Multi-family mortgage-backed securities (MBS). The company’s common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “HCFT”.

Hunt Companies Finance Trust is externally managed and consulted by OREC Investment Management, LLC (a subsidiary of ORIX Corporation USA). ORIX USA, a subsidiary of Japan-based financial services giant ORIX Corporation, provides a wide range of innovative capital solutions to clients in the corporate, real estate and municipal finance sectors. ORIX Corporation’s assets exceed US$100 billion and assets under management are approximately US$400 billion.

The Hunt Companies Finance Trust seeks to invest in multi-family and commercial real estate debt opportunities on a leveraged basis, with a focus on floating interest rate investments.

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