Maggie Burke serves as Senior Vice President on Capital One’s Commercial Real Estate Team, specializing in advising commercial property owners and operators across the U.S. on capital markets and debt strategies. She provides clients with creative solutions to support their individual business plans through several capital source executions, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, life companies, CMBS, debt funds, and banks.
Burke’s extensive commercial real estate finance experience encompasses originating, structuring, and successfully closing loans across a wide spectrum of asset types – from multifamily, office and retail, to self-storage and industrial. Throughout her career, Burke has facilitated clients in securing an impressive $6 billion in debt finance transactions.
Burke joined Capital One from Berkadia in 2021 to grow its national platform and continue delivering highly tailored financing solutions, working alongside her partners Jonathan Pratt and Rossana Bouchaya. The team has originated more than $2 billion in these capital product types within just two years. Notably, they recently closed a 24-property portfolio with Fannie Mae totaling $477 million.
Burke is a sought-after industry expert, contributing as a media commentator, panelist, and moderator for The Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Annual Conference, its Senior Bank Executive Roundtables, Freddie Mac’s Customer Conference, and news outlets like Real Estate Forum and Bisnow.
In recognition of her influence in commercial real estate, Burke was by honored with Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Award for 2023. In 2022, she was named on Globest.com’s prestigious Rainmakers in Finance, Debt & Equity annual list.
Burke remains deeply committed to industry development and advocacy. She has served as the immediate past Chair of the MBA’s mPact Advisory Committee, currently serves as Vice Chair of the MBA’s Mortgage Action Alliance, and is active in MORPAC, MBA’s political action Steering Committees.
Burke is also the sole representative for Capital One on the Freddie Mac Advisory Committee, providing real-time feedback to the agency with the goal of creating a more frictionless experience for borrowers working with Freddie Mac.
She also serves as a Board Member of Real Estate Network Empowering Women (RENEW) and is a valued member of CREW Tampa Bay, furthering her commitment to advancing the future commercial real estate landscape for women.