ReProp Financial, President
Glenn Goldan began his real estate career in 1976 and has successfully owned and operated five real estate brokerage and two property management companies in California. His success consistently put his brokerage in the top 10% in both volume and service in Century 21’s worldwide system. Glenn’s experience has been broad, from brokerage to commercial real estate development, leasing and financing.
In 1986 Glenn launched ReProp Financial, a private small balance commercial mortgage banking company. Its niche is blending collateral and credit analysis to fund loans which are just beyond the reach of traditional institutional lenders. Since inception, ReProp Financial has underwritten placed and managed its real estate financing on behalf of its private investors. Today with ReProp Financial as Glenn’s sole business venture, the company has transitioned to a structured financing model for its portfolio growth and is developing funding capacity in all states.
Glenn remains active in the mortgage banking community having served as Vice President and Legislative Chair for the California Trust Deed Broker’s Association and Legislative Chair, Vice President, and President for the California Mortgage Association. He currently serves on the CMA Board of Directors, leads the Commercial, Construction and Pool Managers Focus Groups for CMA, and serves as a member of its Education Committee. He is also a member of the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association.
Glenn and his wife Shelle and daughter Hannah have been very active members of their community and are especially involved in youth sports, Humboldt Sponsors and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Glenn is the a past chair of the Coastal Division Board of Directors for Umpqua Bank; has served on the Board of Directors of Eureka Rotary and the Eureka Historical Preservation Commission; chaired the Redevelopment Advisory Board for the City of Eureka well as the Private Industry Council for Humboldt County; and, has been president of the Eureka/Humboldt Economic Development Corporation.