"A lot of people have a problem with access to mortgages and having Chris, who grew up in Dorchester and understands the need for people to be able to own their own homes and Tony, who actually made it work for a lot of people over the years at Meetinghouse, it's a great combination."

--- Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Dorchester Reporter

East West Mortgage was established by two individuals who have long been in the forefront of mortgage lending and real estate in Boston.

Born and raised in Dorchester, East West founder Chris Anderson has decades of experience in real estate.  He is a principal at both Endeavor Capital and Greater Boston Management.

Anthony Paciulli, East West’s president, is a veteran bank lending officer who led Dorchester’s Meetinghouse Bank for 12 years until its 2017 sale to East Boston Savings Bank.  Mr. Paciulli’s experience in Dorchester dates back almost 30 years, beginning with a long tenure in the 1990s as Senior VP Lending at Massachusetts Co-operative Bank.  He has also held senior lending positions at Abington Savings and Rockland Trust.

Both gentlemen have strong track records of helping Boston residents get mortgages and of giving back to the community. For many years, each has helped those less fortunate, including serving on various boards of several Boston nonprofits.  They look forward to working together on future East West charitable endeavors.

Chris and Tony are supported by a fully experienced mortgage staff, most of whom worked at Meetinghouse Bank in Lower Mills.

East West Mortgage is based in a recently renovated office building that Chris owns at 100 Hallet St.  Mr. Anderson acquired the rights to the “East West” name; it was previously a subsidiary of a Worcester bank.

East West Mortgage is licensed by Massachusetts Division of Banks as a mortgage company.

Founder Chris Anderson, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and President Tony Paciulli