Bridging the Gaps in Commercial Real Estate Financing

Referral Partners

Walker Financial Consulting

Become a Business Partner with Walker Financial Consulting


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You could possibly reap big benefits by becoming a strategic Business Partner with Walker Financial Consulting to meet the commercial real estate financing needs of clients you cannot fund.

It’s no secret that since the financial crisis, most traditional lenders have had to tighten their lending criteria. As a result, they sometimes cannot meet the financing needs of borrowers they have lent to in the past, not to mention new commercial real estate borrowers.

Referring these borrowers to Walker Financial Consulting presents a win-win: Not only are you able to help meet the client’s financing need in a proactive, solution-oriented manner, but you can also earn a commission when the loan closes.

We can move fast on deals that meet our criteria, often closing in as little as 14 days. This enables your clients to take advantage of opportunities they might not otherwise be able to.

Our Business Partners typically earn up to 50 percent of a deal’s commission, based on such factors as the strength of the deal, the Business Partner’s efforts in helping gather the information required for underwriting and to move the deal forward, the deal’s loan-to-value ratio, and other factors.

We can finance virtually any type of commercial property*  in the U.S. (except CA/HI) and Canada if it meets our criteria, but concentrate primarily on deals ranging in size from $5 million to $100 million (lower minimum for projects in Canada). Short-term financing is provided for new (ground-up) construction*, purchase of existing property, and refinancing and restructuring of existing debt. We generally look for deals with up to a 75% loan-to-value ratio, although we may accept a higher LTV in certain circumstances.

To learn more about our Business Partner program, please contact us.

*Must be income producing properties. The 25% – 35% needs to be in either cash, equity within the current project and/or cross collateralization of other owned commercial real estate projects. Principals must have 30% – 35% “skin in the game” for all ground up construction projects.