BOSTON— Knox Financial, the investment property platform that helps people turn the home they’re moving out of into an investment property, announced that the company has made 10 new hires across the US. Knox now has more than 30 employees, and is continuing to hire as more homeowners who are ready to move decide to keep their old home as an effortless, safe investment.
“When someone puts their home up for sale, often a developer or institutional investor offers to buy the home — knowing that converting the home into a rental property will be a great investment,” said David Friedman, CEO and Co-founder of Knox Financial. “At Knox, we’re giving everyday homeowners who are ready to move the ability to keep their best investment for the long-term. With Knox, people have a smart and easy way to buy their new home, and afford to keep their existing home as an investment.”
In 2021, Knox has grown its team by more than 50%, making key hires across finance, operations, business development, and marketing departments. New hires include Account Executives Julie Dillion and Elizabeth Durand, Field Operations Jaime Barrea, Lending Manager Dan Robertson, Onboarding Coordinator Michael McBride, Operations Director Chad Cox, Senior Accountant Neha Kashikar and Staff Accountant Subasna Gurung, Senior Engineer Chirag Trivedi, and Senior Product Manager Dylan McPhetres.
Added Friedman, “Since the Knox Financial Platform takes care of all aspects of investment property ownership — from wealth advising, to leasing and legal, bill pay, insurance, tenant and property care, financing, and tax preparation and efficiencies — we’re hiring leaders in their respective fields across all departments. Collectively, Knox’s newest team members will ensure that the company is providing best-in-class investment property results for homeowners who want to keep the home they’re moving out of, and put it to work for them.”
Knox Financial is operational across seven states and nine major metro areas.