RealtyTrac announced that veteran licensing and business development executive Jeff Mattice has joined the company as vice president of the data solutions team. He will report to Brian Mushaney, who recently joined the RealtyTrac team as executive vice president of data solutions. In this role, he is charged with growing the company’s expanding data licensing business and spearheading penetration into previously untapped business segments.
RealtyTrac enters tax and mortgage data licensing business
RealtyTrac announced the launch of data licensing for a nationwide property-level dataset of tax, deed and mortgage records for 125 million parcels nationwide. In addition to its proprietary foreclosure database of more than 20 million current and historical foreclosure records and local and environmental data available through its subsidiary, Homefacts.
Mattice was previously with Black Knight Financial Services, formerly known as Lender Processing Services, for 13 years. In this capacity Mattice served as the director of national licensing and business development with the company’s Applied Analytics division, where he increased sales volume and broadened the brand’s reach. He also spent five years as regional director of licensing at CoreLogic.
“Jeff’s broad experience in data and analytics make him an invaluable addition to the company,” said Jamie Moyle, RealtyTrac chief executive officer. “His strategic business development expertise and established industry relationships will ensure that the data solutions department sees continued growth.”
“RealtyTrac brings a creative, flexible and transparent offering to the tax, deed and mortgage data industry which is refreshing,” Mattice said. “We’re in the midst of an exciting era in real estate, and I look forward to working at RealtyTrac. We look to enable our partners with the data that is the foundation to making smart business decisions and I want to ensure that the company is the absolute best partner it can be.”
Mattice received a bachelor of arts from California State University, Northridge.