We are very excited to have such an enthusiastic individual joining reQuire in the Northeast. - Linda Aparo, Director of Sales & Marketing
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) May 12, 2015
reQuire, LLC, a release tracking and title curative provider for the settlement services industry, announced today that Antoinette Manganello has joined its Account Management Team.
Antoinette is responsible for bringing the reQuire Release Tracking solution to existing and future title industry partners in New York, New Jersey and New England. Antoinette will enhance reQuire’s presence in the Northeast as it continues to proactively track the release of paid off mortgages after the closing of real estate transactions and assist the title industry in title curative issues.
“The opportunity to be part of an innovative organization that has such a positive impact on the title and settlement industry is refreshing,” said Manganello. “I am very excited about joining the Team at reQuire and look forward to working with our current and future clients in the Northeast.”
Antoinette, who is a New England native, has sales experience in the fashion industry having worked at a top designer for several years in New York City.
“We are very excited to have such an enthusiastic individual joining reQuire in the Northeast,” said Linda J. H. Aparo, Director of Sales and Marketing. “We are confident that Antoinette is going to be a great addition to our Team.”
Antoinette holds a bachelor’s degree in fashion marketing and management from Berkeley College in New York. She currently resides in the Naugatuck Valley in Connecticut.
About reQuire Release Tracking
Headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, reQuire has quickly grown to become the leading lien release tracking and reporting service in the real estate settlement services industry. For more than a decade, reQuire has pro-actively tracked and verified the payoff and cancellation of prior mortgage accounts and liens after the closing for the land owner. Our goal is to restore certainty in the closing by minimizing costs, disruptions, and frustrations for all parties associated with the transaction – land owners, realtors, loan officers, attorneys, underwriters, and settlement agents.