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A2Z Field Services Welcomes New Director of Sales


Tony D’Aurelio

A2Z Field Services, a nationwide field services company providing property inspection, preservation, REO, and market-ready services to loan servicers, government agencies, and private investment groups, announced that Tony D’Aurelio has joined the company as its Director of Sales.

In this new role, he will work closely with A2Z’s Sales Team to direct the A2Z sales process and develop new business opportunities.

D’Aurelio has over 15 years’ industry experience and a proven track record of facilitating long term relationships. Prior to this position, D’Aurelio spent time in retail banking, mortgage banking, and mortgage field services. D’Aurelio's specialties include the REO and conveyance processes, as well as rental property management and specialty inspection servicing.

"I could not be more excited about the addition of Tony to our team and the future of A2Z," A2Z’s CEO Amie Sparks said. “Tony’s attitude and personality combined with his strong industry knowledge will complement and enhance A2Z’s ability to attract new clients and meet the needs of existing clients, providing them with high quality solutions.”

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