Meet Ben.

Ben Anderson is an ex-athlete turned husband, father, entrepreneur, and hustler. Ben hung up his baseball spikes for a mortgage and real estate career and never looked back, taking the drive he learned from the athletic field and has since become one of the most successful real estate and mortgage professionals of his time. Ben Anderson has also been a Top 20 U.S. loan originator 9 times, and top 10 U.S Loan Originator 3 time, and has coached many top originators to make the top 100 US origination list. Ben has personally closed more than $3 Billion in home loans. He took his success and decided he wanted to share everything about how to accomplish this, so he opened the #1 Mortgage Origination Training Company in the US where he helps hundreds of originators radically increase their production and help more families own homes. Ben teaches the principles of becoming a CEO, having balance, and living your best life.

Ben’s hustle also led him to becoming a best selling author of Homeowner Now: The 7 True Steps To Homeownership, host the industry leading podcast with “The Hustle with Ben Anderson, “ started a media company “Red Media” where he helps businesses scale through marketing and social media, co-founded “Homeowner Now” a revolutionary platform providing education and transparent resources to home buyers, and a business development platform where he consults top companies around the country to scale their businesses with technology and support.

Ben and his wife Morgan also co-founded “Montecito Home Design,” a high end home design company helping luxury property owners rehab and sell their homes for top dollar. Most days you can find Ben, up at 3 am running his businesses efficiently enough to help others do the same, while making time to take his kids to school, be a loving husband to his wife Morgan, all while staying hungry enough to start his next venture, and push others to do the same. One of Ben’s favorite quotes other than his own mantra of “If I can, so can you” is one by Oprah Winfrey, “What we dwell on is who we become,” so Ben chooses to dwell on positivity, optimism and looking in through the front windshield to make tomorrow a better day and the world a better place while teaching others to do the same.