Fast, flexible stress testing for CRE lenders.

Configure and run your CRE stress test in under 9 minutes

  • Filter by loan type, location, vintage, NAICS code, and more.

  • Define your scenarios for interest rate, cap rate, and NOI.

  • Set DSCR and LTV ranges on a test by test basis.

Banks need sophisticated, granular stress testing for their CRE loan portfolios in order to grow and meet regulatory requirements. Stress testing from Qualtik is fast and flexible. Filter and stress single loans or whole portfolios using criteria that are important to your bank or board, in real time.

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How do you get my data in?

Qualtik is designed to be an easy step from your current systems and processes, and to add value immediately. Data is imported using the same methodology lenders already use to pull data from their core systems into spreadsheets.
Download our white paper on data management to learn more.

What about integrations?

Whether you have a data warehouse solution or not, no matter how many systems your data resides in, you can use Qualtik for CRE portfolio analysis. No integrations needed.

Dynamic, interactive reports, in real time

  • Click on the report to view mild, moderate, or severe stress scenarios.

  • Drill down to individual loans with just a click.

  • Generate reports for management or your board of directors from multiple perspectives in moments.

  • Quickly generate reports whenever conditions change, so everyone is always looking at the most current information.

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BUILT FOR BANKS

“Regulatory agencies are strongly encouraging banks to beef up their stress testing. Not only does Qualtik provide a solution banks need, its platform is financially attainable to community banks and CRE investors.”

Jeff Wilkinson, Founder and CEO, Keystone Bank

Take the Next Step: Get in Touch

Give us a call at 800 503 1450 to schedule a meeting, email us at info@qualtik.com, or use the form below to email us. We look forward to talking with you!

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