Interview with BackAgent's team

January 1, 2019
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Propertybase, Boston Logic, and BackAgent have been disrupting the proptech sector, announcing a new unified Propertybase product that has enhanced the entire process of acquiring, processing, and closing real estate transactions from start to finish.

“Our team has been hard at work for over a year to bring this new brand and unified platform to market,” says Vance Loiselle, Propertybase CEO. “Our recent acquisition of BackAgent just adds to what was already going to be an unrivaled set of innovations.”

In this interview, the team at BackAgent discusses how joining forces will position them to become the leading global provider of technology for real estate professionals.

Real Estate magazine: How did BackAgent’s foundation push the digital revolution in real estate?
Ryan Missman, Director, Engineering: 

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January 1, 2019

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