We have several exciting projects currently in our development pipeline that together have the power to positively shape the landscape of the housing market indefinitely.
Boca Raton, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) April 07, 2011
Active Data Technologies Inc. – the parent company of several successful real estate-focused websites such as Foreclosure.com and QuickSale.com, among others – today announced several new additions to its development team.
David Herman and Richard Kroll have been hired as senior developers to provide backend support for Foreclosure.com. Prior to joining the Foreclosure.com team, both David and Richard worked in similar capacities at eDiets.com in Fort Lauderdale.
The company also hired another developer for the data team, who will help maintain the Foreclosure.com database, which is the leading resource of its kind for investment-rich distressed real estate information.
And Griffith Townsend, a lead application architect, has been brought on to help program QuickSale.com, which is the industry’s most effective solution when it comes to coordinating HAFA-compliant short sale transactions in record time.
“Consider the floodgates officially open,” said Brad Geisen, President and CEO, Active Data Technologies Inc. “We have several exciting projects currently in our development pipeline that together have the power to positively shape the landscape of the housing market indefinitely. The talented crop of new employees, combined with the invaluable knowledge of our existing staff, will help keep us where we need to be, which is at the forefront of the industry."
Active Data Technologies Inc. runs a successful operation that employs a staff of more than 40 professionals in a new state-of-the art, 55,000 sq. ft. facility that it built and owns in Boca Raton, Florida.
The company earned the distinction of being among the "Best Places to Work" from the South Florida Business Journal.
Foreclosure.com features foreclosure listings, as well as preforeclosure, short sale, rent-to-own and sheriff sale listings, among others, located throughout the United States on its website. Visitors are allowed to search the complete database of more than two million distressed real estate listings totally free for a trial period without obligation.
QuickSale℠ connects real estate buyers, sellers and agents in one convenient location. Its custom-built, lender-facing back-end workflow and back-office platform, which was modeled after a successful “sealed bid” auction system the company developed for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), delivers the smoothest, easiest and fastest distressed real estate transactions possible.