A Premier Land Asset Manager in North America
Global Reach. Local Expertise.
Walton, a global real estate asset management company, administers approximately US$4 billion in North American real estate assets. With a focus on pre-development land, we are recognized as experts in our field, propelled by an entrepreneurial spirit andread more
Diversifying Investment Portfolios
Founded in 1979, Walton owns land in major growth corridors in the United States and Canada, positioning us to capitalize on the housing and development needs in the two strong and stable economies. Our experience, disciplined approach and unique market pread more
Real Estate Begins With Land
All real estate assets originate and derives from land. Walton manages more than 106,000 acres of land, providing builders and developers the solution to their inventory needs for the future.read more
In the News
Westphalia Dev. Corp. Reports Third Quarter 2020 Fiscal Results
Westphalia Dev. Corp. (the “Corporation”) announced today its results for the third quarter of 2020. Launched in March 2012, the Corporation was formed to provide investors with the opportunity to participate in the acquisition and development of the 310-acre Westphalia Property located in Prince George’s County,…
Buckeye breaks ground on John S. McCain III Elementary
John S. McCain III Elementary, the 9th school of Buckeye Elementary School District, had the official groundbreaking on 4 November, 2020. The school is scheduled to open to students in August of 2021. The school will be located on land donated by the Walton Group, near Miller and Lower Buckeye Roads in Buckeye, Ariz.
299 homes coming to River Oaks in Hemet
A Phoenix-based real estate firm has bought 80 acres of land in Hemet destined for 299 single-family homes in the master-planned River Oaks community. Walton paid $7 million for the property entitled for homes at the intersection of Elk Street and Thornton Avenue. The homesites range from 5,000 to 6,000 square feet…
International Investor Takes Large Property in Cedar Hill
Walton Group buys 400 acres of land in southwest of Dallas planned for 1,100 homes.