Robert Cohan spent more than a decade as a top mortgage professional for several national banks, including Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Washington Mutual (now J.P. Morgan Chase). Robert has always been an innovative leader in the mortgage industry.
Among his many accomplishments:
- funded more than $1.5 billion in residential loans
- earned the “President’s Club” distinction multiple times as one of the top 1% of loan producers nationwide
- became the first loan officer to open a mortgage-only storefront retail branch in Beverly Hills during his tenure at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
- established or supported numerous community outreach programs
Believing that both his industry work and his community work could be improved, Robert set out to provide his clients with the best possible home loan options in a responsible way. He found a solution in mortgage banks.
When no one else can help Carlyle Financial can! Finally managed to get my dream San Francisco place and then 8 months later we refinanced from 5.125% to 3.875% - rabbit out of the hat! Dedicated to ensuring they find something that works for you.
Carlyle Financial is fantastic. Robert made the loan process so easy and painless. I was working with a couple different brokers that all made promises but only Carlyle Financial delivered. Robert got me a $3.2MM home loan when all others said I only qualified for less than a million. I recommend him to all my friends and family.
Robert and Devin provided outstanding service and guidance throughout the entire refinance process. I would highly recommend this team.
I did a jumbo mortgage refinance with Carlyle Financial. I had excellent experience with them. The whole process was smooth with exceptional level of service provided to me by Robert and his team.
Just closed on my new house and I couldn’t have done it without the people at Carlyle Financial. They made the process so easy and not to mention fast. We closed 3 days early!! What I liked most about them is that they were organized and they always kept me in the loop with whatever was going on. Thanks again guys!