Founded in 1983 in Santa Rosa, Luther Burbank Savings is an FDIC insured privately-owned thrift focusing on traditional savings and loan services. The botanist Luther Burbank developed his successful agricultural business in Santa Rosa through hard work and careful planning. Like his colleague Thomas Edison, Burbank paid attention to the details to assure the long-term success of his projects. Named in honor of him, Luther Burbank Savings works diligently to help customers sow today's financial seeds to yield long-term successes in the future. Luther Burbank lived and worked in Santa Rosa, California. During his life, he introduced over 800 varieties of plants and hundreds of ornamental flowers including the Shasta daisy. His Russet Burbank Potato is still the most widely cultivated potato in the United States. Luther Burbank Savings honors his legacy and his vision. We operate with a simple and conservative business plan designed to safeguard assets and serve the public. Luther Burbank Savings was founded in 1983 as a privately owned bank and our responsibilities are to our customers, not public stockholders. Current assets have reached $3.7 billion, and profits have been posted for over 27 years. Our logo, the Shasta daisy, is a symbol of growth and renewal. Luther Burbank Savings specializes in traditional real estate loans on all types of property, funded with local deposits. We have never adopted alternative products such as sub-prime loans. An emphasis is placed on operational excellence and high standards of business ethics. Luther Burbank Savings ranks among the nation's most productive banks. Our efficiency allows us to offer high yields on Certificates of Deposit, Money Market and Checking accounts. Superior Customer Service, Consistent Profitability, Strong Capital ... Banking the Way It Used to Be! Luther Burbank Savings has several locations on the West Coast, including: Anaheim CA, Beverly Hills CA, Encino CA, Los Altos CA, Manhattan Beach CA, Pasadena CA, San Jose CA, San Rafael CA, Santa Rosa CA, Seattle WA, Toluca Lake CA, and Walnut Creek CA.