VANCOUVER, Wash., April 7, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – Voyager Pacific Capital Management CEO Stephen Seal announced today that Voyager Fund I completed a rigorous due diligence process through Keiretsu Forum, the world’s largest angel investor network.

In the statement of findings, Keiretsu wrote, “Voyager and its management team have a long, successful track record, a solid business strategy, and appear to be executing it well. All of the legal and Fund documents are well structured and in place, and the management team has the requisite skills to execute the strategy.”

The goal of Keiretsu’s due diligence process is to provide members with the information needed to make intelligent decisions about investing in a given opportunity. According to Keiretsu, early-stage investing carries a high degree of risk. To help minimize that risk, the Keiretsu Forum members have developed a thorough and comprehensive due diligence process that is applied to all companies prior to member investment.

Voyager Fund I, which launched in Summer 2014, invests in relatively low-risk tax liens for its investors. Voyager’s Fund I presentation to Keiretsu was followed by a rigorous and extensive due diligence process by Keiretsu members, which included an independent review of Voyager’s operational procedures, financial model and projections. The final due diligence report has been completed and is available upon request to prospective, accredited investors.

“Our clients are savvy, accredited investors looking to diversify,” Seal said. “Tax lien certificates are a desirable investment because of their high return, which is about 15-16 percent. There is a lot of security in our model, as the amount invested compared to the value of the asset is pennies on the dollar. These investments typically are very safe.”
After reviewing Voyager Pacific’s underwriting, Kenn Dickinson, an experienced startup, turnaround and Fortune 500 arena Kieretsu coach, appraised Voyager’s management team for Keiretsu: “Stephen Seal’s vision for Voyager Pacific is to deliver high returns on tax lien acquisitions, and the management of those assets that outperform the market,” Dickinson wrote. “The management team has been structured with key individuals, each possessing special knowledge and experience in the real estate market.”

Seal has built an extensive, profitable track record in real estate investing. In 1997, he founded LandCentral, which has become a national leader in owner-financed, vacant land purchases. It has sold over 35,000 acres of land across the United States.
About Voyager Pacific Capital Management Voyager Pacific provides investors with the opportunity to obtain significantly higher returns while investing in relatively low-risk tax lien certificates. Leveraging its nearly two decades of experience in real estate, Voyager Pacific manages niche investment funds with a focus on tax lien certificates. For more information, visit

About Keiretsu Forum 

Keiretsu Forum is a global investment community of accredited private equity angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate/institutional investors. Keiretsu Forum was founded in the San Francisco East Bay in California in 2000 by Randy Williams. They are a worldwide network of capital, resources and deal flow with [36] chapters on three continents. Keiretsu Forum members invest in high-quality, diverse investment opportunities.

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