Press release

PeerStreet Named in Best Places to Work in Los Angeles and Best Company Outlook by Comparably’s 2019 Culture Awards

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a marketplace for investing in real estate backed loans, is honored to
announce that it has won Comparably’s
2019 Culture Awards
in multiple categories, including Best Places to
Work in Los Angeles and Best Outlook for 2019.

PeerStreet’s recognition by Comparably is one of several award wins by
the firm in the past year, including being named one of the “2019 Best
Places to Work in Financial Technology” by American Banker, and among
the CB Insights Fintech 250 in 2018.

“We are excited for what this year will bring for PeerStreet as we
continue to rapidly scale our platform. We’ve now surpassed $2 billion
transacted and $1 billion assets under management, and the goal is to
continue the amazing work our team is doing while ensuring that
PeerStreet remains a place our current and future employees enjoy and
are proud to work for,” said Brew Johnson, CEO of PeerStreet.

Brew Johnson founded PeerStreet alongside co-founder and COO, Brett
Crosby. In December 2018, Brew was also recognized in Comparably’s Best
CEO for Diversity category, which was awarded based on the company’s
ongoing commitment to diversity, inclusion and a positive work
environment as core values. Brew is also the recipient of the 2017
HousingWire Vanguard Award.

a compensation, culture and career monitoring website, recently released
its first quarter 2019 Culture Awards. Based on employee sentiment,
these lists recognize companies of all sizes across the nation that have
been positively reviewed by their employees for both their outlook for
the company’s future and a variety of topics relating to workplace

“The pride PeerStreet employees have for their organization is proven
time and again with their positive ratings on Comparably,” said Jason
Nazar, Comparably CEO. “Their placement on our Best Places to Work in
Los Angeles and Best Company Outlook lists is an outstanding
accomplishment, and is further proof of the company’s commitment to
building great workplace culture and changing the landscape of the real
estate debt market.”

This news also comes on the heels of PeerStreet’s recent launch of its
Residential for Rent offering, which is the latest expansion of their
offerings to PeerStreet lenders. The team at PeerStreet has grown
alongside the business, this year having reached 191 full-time employees
and continuing to expand its staff across all business areas.


PeerStreet is an award-winning investment platform that democratizes
access to real estate debt investments. The company’s unique
technology-driven marketplace enables accredited investors to diversify
their capital in a fixed-income asset class that had previously been
difficult for individuals to access.

Residential and commercial property loans are sourced from vetted
private lenders throughout the United States who have regional real
estate expertise and long-term borrower relationships. PeerStreet
enables these lenders to expand their lending capital, empowering them
to make more loans, which flows through to borrowers who in turn improve
their local communities, one house at a time. Backed by noted venture
capital firms including Andreessen Horowitz, PeerStreet was founded in
2013 and has had over $2 billion transacted on the platform as of March