About

Private Funding for Fix-and-Flip Investors

First, fast, and favored for a reason.

 

Anchor Loans is the nation’s number one private direct lender to fix-and-flip investors, and was the first to fund more than $1 billion in loans in a single year. Anchor remains the industry leader, providing over $1 billion in fix-and-flip financing every year since 2016 — with life-to-date fundings surpassing $7.74 billion (as of December, 2019).

$7.74 Billion

Total Loan Volume

21

Years in Business

22,700

Total Loans Funded

Our Mission

To be the nation’s premier hard money lender and trust deed investment of choice for non-traditional lending.

We continuously strive to meet and achieve our mission goal by:

Bringing timely financing options to investors to help them scale their fix-and-flip business.
Specializing in rehab properties, and proudly contributing to the improvement of neighborhoods through our financing
Providing the fastest and most reliable funding options on the market
Knowing, understanding, and anticipating the needs of our investors, and creating lucrative, honest, and long-term relationships
Growing as a company and expanding into new markets while establishing ourselves as a key player in the lending sector for real estate investments

Team



Steve Pollack

CEO/President & Co-Founder

 



Bryan Thompson

Chief Financial Officer

 



Erik Klein

Chief Technology Officer

 



Pouyan Zivari

General Counsel

 



Lance Spencer

Originations Manager & Sr. Vice President

 



Shane Lex

Vice President

 



Matt Ediger

VP of Construction & Development

 



Desiree Falcon

Director of Human Resources

 



Maya Levin

Director of Financial Operations

 



Anthony Martinez

Director of Asset Management & Valuations

 



Melissa Wooldridge

Director of Processing

 



Douglas Reynolds

Director of Accounting

 



Brittany Cusack

Capital Markets Manager

 



Marc Burridge

Asset Management Manager

 

Retired Co-Founders

 

 


Jeffrey Lipton

 



Dan Harrington

 

 

Interested in joining the team?