Brad Geisen is a 25-year veteran of the Real Estate-Owned (REO) business. He is the founder of Foreclosure.com, which is the most complete nationwide database of foreclosures and distressed real estate listings available online. Today, Foreclosure.com is the highest trafficked REO-oriented website in the world.
Brad is a master of marketing and systemizing project work flows. He has developed, managed and worked hands on in every aspect of the industry for every government agency with REO inventory. Throughout his successful career, Brad has also worked hand-in-hand with many of the top lenders and servicers in the nation.
He's also a successful investor, developer and manager who has launched multiple businesses in the real estate, banking and Internet technology sectors.
Throughout his career, Brad has promoted community outreach and first-time homeownership initiatives. He conducted initiatives for non-profit o rganizations and first-time homebuyers, as well as developed mixed-use and "lifestyle" developments to meet the needs of changing economic environments.
Brad is a covenant recipient of several distinguished real estate designations, demonstrating his commitment to the education of real estate professionals.
Specifically, certified asset property manager, loan portfolio analyst, licensed mortgage lender (Florida), licensed mortgage broker (Florida), and licensed real estate broker (Florida) are just a few of the many certifications/designations that Brad has earned over the years.
Bringing more than 20 years experience in computer programming, graphics and publishing, James was instrumental in the design and launch of ForeclosureFreeSearch.com and Foreclosure.com. Today, James directs the day-to-day operations of Foreclosure.com, ensuring that data is up-to-date and accurate. He also oversees the onsite customer service operations center.
In addition, James is the President of Visual Graphics, Inc., an independent consulting firm focusing on interactive graphic services. Prior to founding Foreclosure.com, James held numerous technical programming and publishing positions with companies, including Siemens Stromberg-Carlson, The Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach Premiums, Gulfstream MicroSystem and IBM.
As Chief Technical Officer, Jeff is responsible for the ongoing software development of Foreclosure.com. He also oversees data center operation, planning and security. With 16 years of advanced software development experience, Jeff ensures that the Web site is optimized for a simple and seamless user experience through the latest available technology.
Prior to joining Foreclosure.com, Jeff spent 10 years at Siemens Telecommunications where he was responsible for several significant development projects, including computer-based training authoring and playback systems; content management and distribution systems; and automated telecommunications provisioning and monitoring systems.
Phillip — a 27-year financial and operational management veteran — oversees the financial management of Foreclosure.com, helping guide the company through its continuing efforts to expand its presence in the online real estate market.
With a proven track record of developing high-quality productive teams, Phillip leverages a strategic growth strategy to capitalize on exciting market opportunities, ensuring the continued success of the company.
Prior to joining Foreclosure.com, Phillip was the Chief Financial Officer for Alliance Care — a multi-state healthcare company — for six years. Phillip has also held senior positions at a national healthcare consulting firm — BDO Seidman, LLP — and was the founder and CFO of FirstChoice Health Care Services.
As Director of Business Development, Stephen oversees marketing and strategic partnership programs for Foreclosure.com, working to expand the national and global reach of the Web site and develop Foreclosure.com into a comprehensive source for foreclosure listings, information and assistance. Stephen brings a wealth of experience in diverse types of media to Foreclosure.com, including a creative background which led to successful relationship building in the areas of new media and television.
Stephen joined Foreclosure.com after a successful run in the television production and media industries. He co-founded Price-Parker, a media company that was acquired by a Boston firm and was a minority partner in a television production company which was acquired by a British technology firm. Stephen began his career at Fortune 500 technology firms such as IBM, United Technologies, Siemens and General Motors. He has also spent time at Zimmerman & Partners and Beber Silverstein advertising agencies where he designed and developed programs for a variety of high-profile clients.