NetDirector's developers and the company's client, Wilson & Associates, successfully integrated the new interface and recently began the process of submitting eligible foreclosed property listings to Auction.com, the country's leading online real estate marketplace for both residential and commercial properties.
"Our entire business model is built around the concepts of transparency and efficiency, and this new interface will make working with Auction.com more efficient and more transparent for NetDirector customers," said Eric Johnson, SVP of Auction.com, headquartered in Irvine, California. "As real estate transactions move online, products and services used in the process need to evolve and improve as well. The new NetDirector integration is a great example of that."
The new interface allows default servicing attorneys to more effectively fulfill the requirement to market foreclosed properties to their servicer and investor clients. With the new interface, default servicing attorneys can automatically submit property listings to Auction.com as opposed to the time-consuming process of submitting them manually, thus removing the hassle from the process of listing foreclosed properties online.
NetDirector's customers can utilize their existing connection to NetDirector in order to quickly and easily ramp up to the new automated technology.
"Our goal is to continue to develop new and innovative integration services that add significant value to our customers operations," said Harry Beisswenger, CEO of NetDirector, based in Tampa, Florida. "Our incredibly knowledgeable team has done it yet again by designing and implementing this new set of bi-directional sale type transactions providing both Auction.com and our attorney network many time saving benefits."