Ben Anderson is a Vice President of Mortgage Lending at Guaranteed Rate. Guaranteed Rate is the 8th largest retail mortgage lender in the U.S., due to their low, low rates, innovative technology, unparalleled processing and unmatched support. Licensed in all 50 states, Guaranteed Rate is rated A with the Better Business Bureau, has a 96% customer satisfaction rating and funded $12.4 billion in home loans in 2014 alone.
Ben has 11 years of mortgage lending experience and has been a nationally verified top originator year after year. According to Scotsman Guide, Ben was ranked #21 nationally in mortgage lending volume in 2012, #10 in 2013, and #17 in 2014. Ben’s total closed sales for both home purchase and refinances exceed more than $750 million over the past four years with more than 1,800 closed mortgages. He was recognized by MPA Magazine as one of the “100 Hottest Mortgage Professionals in the country” in 2013 and 2014 and been featured in Origination News, National Mortgage News, Scotsman Guide and MPA Magazine with articles highlighting his unique way of doing business. Each publication highlights Ben’s incredible 24 hour a day work ethic and his willingness to do whatever it takes to help his clients achieve their home financing goals.
Ben offers his clients a level of personalized service not seen in the market today, and has an “old school way” of making sure the job gets done. He is known as the “go to guy” for home financing in Southern California.
In addition to Ben’s professional achievements, he is extremely active in his home community. Ben was raised in the Greater Bay Area of CA, and while his office is in Southern CA, he continues to stay connected to his roots by doing a great deal of business where he grew up. Ben is a supporter and is heavily involved in the Bay Area Rescue Mission, the largest non-profit organization in the Bay Area. Ben actively raises funds, volunteers and contributes to the cause of helping the less fortunate in the Bay Area. He has mentored many young men and women from the inner city and continues to do so.
Ben graduated from Biola University in La Mirada, CA where he was a collegiate baseball player.