Yes, but not in the same way as it would in a Residential deal. The main requirement of a commercial property is its ability to service the mortgage debt. However, when lenders evaluate the borrower, they will consider the borrower’s credit score and net worth when determining the rate and terms. So, if there is any reason that the property requires additional funds for future repairs or vacancy, etc. then this is when the borrower’s net worth and access to cash will make a difference.