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Walker & Dunlop hires Mark Grace as VP

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Walker & Dunlop (WD) hired Mark Grace as a vice president. In his role, he will focus on enhancing regional production in Southern California in an effort to expand the firm's capital markets brokerage operations on the West Coast.

Grace will focus on financing all types of income-producing properties, including office, apartments, hotels, industrial and retail on the West Coast.

Most recently, Grace worked at NorthMarq Capital, Inc., where he was responsible for originating permanent loan transactions for commercial properties located nationwide. 

"As Walker & Dunlop expands, it is imperative that we continue to focus on maintaining and strengthening our position in all regions, as well as offering financing products to accommodate clients and properties nationwide. Mark is a great asset to the Walker & Dunlop team and will immediately enhance Walker & Dunlop's mortgage origination platform on the West Coast," said Senior Vice President and Capital Markets Chief Production Officer Bill Wein.

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