Veterans Allan Dalton, Gregg Larson Lend Expertise to Emerging Home Search History Start-Up
HAYMARKET, VA – July 23, 2015 – Housefax, a leader in residential property information products and services, today announced the members of its new Advisory Board, executives who bring a history of real estate technology, residential brokerage and venture finance expertise. The Board, listed below, includes executives who will provide strategic counsel and business advisory to Housefax through its expansion in the coming months.
The new Housefax Advisory Board includes:
Anthony Azar is president and co-owner of regional Keller Williams International offices in southern Arizona and Catalina Title Agency with a proven track record of building successful businesses and strategic partnerships. Over the most recent decade, Anthony’s focus has been on integrated real estate services including real estate brokerage, mortgage lending, title insurance, property/casualty insurance and home warranty. Anthony also served on the Advisory Board of Trulia.com and Keller Williams.
Allan Dalton, the former president and CEO of Realtor.com, is currently the president and co-founder of TownAdvisor.com. Allan has 30+ years of leadership experience, including serving as the co-owner of a 32-office firm, the EVP of Coldwell Banker New England and EVP of NRT National.
Gregg Larson is the CEO at Clareity with over thirty years’ experience in the MLS and real estate information industries. Gregg has worked for organizations such as REDI/Multi-List, the National Association of Realtors (NAR), DATOR, and Moore Data Management Services.
Robert A. Spass is a founding partner of Capital Z Partners, recognized as one of the global leaders in financial services private equity since its inception in 1998. Prior to co-founding Capital Z, he was the managing partner and co-founder of Insurance Partners, L.P. Also, Robert was a director of Investment Banking at Salomon Brothers with responsibility for corporate finance relationships within the insurance industry.
Housefax provides free Property History Reports and other products and services at www.housefax.com