American real estate has been meaningfully impacted by the work of Ken Klein of QKapital Group for 20 years. Today as the successful businessman and industry leader celebrates over two decades of accomplishments, co-workers and peers are praising him for his outstanding work in the field.
Fellow real estate colleagues know that Klein during his career has always carried a deep understanding of the power of international commercial real estate investments and what is destined to stand out in future markets. His innovative ideas when it comes to business and how to have meetings with other potential dealmakers are trailblazing concepts.
His company owned by QKapital partners Mauricio Ordonez, Gaston Schneider and David Hassan is a top business that lends to foreign national buyers to buy in America. Klein is now being honored for his legacy in the industry and outstanding work with the group, as well as his commitment to business deals with partner Berk Ocal.
“It’s been 20 years in business and finance. And in that period of time I had the opportunity of meeting a lot of interesting people and helping them capture their dreams in developing in the real estate arena,” reflects Klein.
QKapital ranks among the top lending companies in Florida because of the dedication it has made to the business. With a network of more than 30 American and international banks, the future only paves a way for prosperous growth.
Klein is simply one of the foremost experts in the market for foreign nationals financing for both residential and commercial properties. There is no slowing down his prosperous journey as he views the next few years in Florida being taken to grand new heights.
He has a stellar reputation as he helps produce some of the most lucrative projects in the state with QKapital including Serena Hotel Aventura, which is a new state-of-the-art, mixed-use project featuring retail and office spaces. He is also helping launch the upcoming Michael Krymchantowski Wynwood luxury hotel project.
“We have secured a unique market in Miami, which consists mostly of foreign nationals that have come here to develop property,” he states. “Over the years, the markets and interest has grown from Latin America and Europe. They come to the U.S. with focus as they want to invest and stabilize their money here.”
The unique dynamic of Southern Florida – which forms the perfect environment to acquire and expand properties with yearlong warm weather, beachfront shores that stretch for miles and a booming economy despite the pandemic – has made it one of the most attractive destinations for developers from around the world.
With so much success over two decades it is exciting to see what the future will hold for Klein and all those lucky enough to be associated with him.