Ed Joyce, Senior Executive, Business Development and Loan Management
Ed Joyce joined the TriTalent Funding Group team in 2014, after having successfully founded and operated a private-money brokerage company for the previous 10 years in Portland, Oregon.
Ed began his career in real estate property management, which led to being selected by Lincoln Property Management to be part of the team which privatized the management of the US Navy’s real estate portfolio in San Diego, California. This was the first public-private venture of its kind, which, because of its success, has since been replicated by the majority of military real estate portfolios around the nation. Ed’s involvement with the team that raised $250 million for the first phase of the Navy real estate project sparked his desire to work with individuals looking to fund their own real estate projects.
After the Navy project, Ed moved back to the Pacific Northwest and started a private money brokerage company, which specialized in connecting lenders seeking a solid and well-secured return to borrowers who needed speed, flexibility, and expertise to meet their property investment goals.
During this time, Ed worked with TriTalent Funding Group several times and saw firsthand the integrity and reliability the company was founded upon. It was a natural progression for Ed to bring his wealth of expertise to TriTalent and take on the responsibility of overall growth of investor returns, via loan portfolio management, new loan acquisitions, and maintaining a healthy balance of commercial, non-owner residential, and construction properties.
Ed participates on a steering committee for the Oregon State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and has been a speaker for the Oregon State Society of CPAs. He holds an Oregon NMLS license and California Real Estate Broker License.
Ed graduated from Gonzaga University and was able to spend a year abroad in Italy as part of the “GU in Florence” program where he met his wife of 20+ years. They have three children and, most days, can be found on the baseball diamond or volleyball court. Ed’s community involvement includes coaching and serving on various local boards.