AnnieMac Home Mortgage CEO Joseph Panebianco recently shared his thoughts about his company’s inclusion on “Inc.” magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States:

“Every CEO talks about growing their firm … but growth isn’t where the successful manager focuses.  Successful CEOs surround themselves with the right people who understand, believe in and can execute on a well-defined vision. This team, in turn, repeats this process within their own areas and throughout the organization.  The residual effect of this repeated process is called growth.

I couldn’t be more pleased to have Ernst and Young recognize AnnieMac for such a prestigious award.  While the award has my name on it, the real praise belongs to every employee that represents our Core Values so well, day-in and day-out.  I’m very proud of the team we’ve built and am grateful to be working with such dedicated and talented people."

AnnieMac Home Mortgage is grateful to the residents of Burlington County, N.J., who voted us “Best Mortgage Company/Lender” in the Burlington County Times’ “The Best of Burlington County 2017” list. The BCT describes the annual poll as “a list of our readers’ favorite businesses, products and services in the community.” AnnieMac started in Mt. Laurel, Burlington County, in 2011. Although we’ve since expanded to branches coast-to-coast and in Hawaii, we still feel a deep sense of connection to the region where it all started. So members of the AnnieMac team were very pleased to get notice of this award, and remain committed to providing the best mortgage services available in the industry for residents of Burlington County.

AnnieMac Home Mortgage’s American Red Cross Blood Drive on August 29 set a new record, with 28 people donating in the course of the day at the company’s main headquarters in Mt. Laurel.

“This is the most to date, yet again,” said Ashley Concilio-Regan, account executive for the regional Red Cross, “I'm so impressed!”

Ashley said the donation levels for each of AnnieMac’s blood drives has surpassed all the previous ones.

AnnieMac has generated a total of 179 units of blood for the Red Cross, according to Ashley. In 2016, the company’s two blood drives collected 38 units. The company’s donors have already surpassed that in 2017, donating 51 units so far this year.

With yet another blood drive scheduled for December, and virtually everyone who participated on Aug. 29 already signed up for it, AnnieMac looks ready to surpass its own 2016 donation levels by a wide margin.

It was precisely because of that steadily increasing participation that the Red Cross asked AnnieMac if the company would add one to its customary two blood drives per year, because another area company recently canceled its own blood drive due to low turnout.

To sweeten the deal, the Red Cross handed out Dunkin Donuts coupons to AnnieMac participants on Aug. 29.

Ashley said the local Red Cross is so impressed with AnnieMac’s response that the organization plans to conduct four blood drives there in 2018.

AnnieMac One of NJBIZ Top 250

Aug 30
Category | General News

NJBIZ magazine has named AnnieMac Home Mortgage one of the top 250 privately held companies for 2017. Making that accomplishment still more remarkable is AnnieMac’s rapid ascension up that list, from 141 last year to 51 this year, which is based on revenue, growth and employee count.

The NJBIZ article about the ranking mentions the circular design theme on the edition’s cover, and the “wheel of fortune” imagery that it evokes. It also mentions that many of the companies have seen their fortunes rise and fall, and have followed different paths to success.

AnnieMac is a relative youngster on the list, having been in existence since only 2011. But the company has already displayed a capacity for weathering spells of economic uncertainty, due to its fleet, adaptable business strategy, and its emphasis on offering innovative loan products that meet the needs of consumers in a perpetually changing market.


AnnieMac Home Mortgage’s participants in the 2017 Philalympics on Wednesday night took part in some competitions based on the City of Brotherly Love’s history – including Philadelphia Trivia, threading ropes to attach a giant key to a kite in tribute to Ben Franklin, and running around a concourse to collect puzzle pieces as part of a scavenger hunt.

But according to AnnieMac’s own Steven Grandizio, one of the co-founders of the event, the participants didn’t just celebrate Philadelphia history. They also made it.

The main purpose of the Philalympics corporate challenge is to raise money for the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, which provides resources and support for the visiting families of seriously ill children who are being treated at local medical facilities.

The Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, established in the mid-1980s, was the first in the world, Steven said. Now there are 360. And the $55,000 that participants in Wednesday’s event raised will help with a capital campaign that will make Philadelphia’s the largest in the world.

"This was our fourth year participating and every year our team looks forward to this day,” Jeff Onofrio said. “It’s great to help the families and children of the Ronald McDonald house.  A few of us have had interaction with the Ronald McDonald house through the years so it is special to us.  Next year, we need an AnnieMac cheering section and one of our teams needs to bring home the cup!"

Since he cofounded the event five years ago, it’s raised more than $200,000.  

AnnieMac actually fielded three teams for the Philalympics, which took place at the Wells Fargo Center. Two of those teams included people from referral partners Keller Williams Main Line Realty in Bryn Mawr.

AnnieMac participants included: Steve Grandizio, Jason Leibowitz, Ed Yucis, Mike Gliottone, Mike Lally, Bill Oster, Karla Miller, Alex Campbell, Marissa Conrad, Keith Allison, Scott Magee, Jeff Onofrio, Landy Garcia, Kevin Dolan, Matt Buckley, Craig Ungaro, Kim Hagen, Casey Brinkert, Taylor Plesh, Bruce Smith, Dan Pacheco and Amanda Coulson.

And that doesn’t even include the members of the AnnieMac team who showed up to cheer on the competitors.

“This was just a fun and successful event,” Jay Leibowitz said. “To be able to come together with your co-workers, referral partners, and friends to raise money for the Ronald McDonald house was really a cool experience. We are looking forward to getting more AnnieMac employees and referral partners on board for next year!”


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