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ATTOM brings on Ohan Antebian as general manager

Antebian will lead company’s consumer businesses

ATTOM Data Solutions, a real estate data provider, is adding real estate veteran Ohan Antebian to its team, the company announced this week. 

Antebian joins ATTOM as general manager and will lead the company’s consumer businesses. According to the company, Antebian’s new role is also new to ATTOM. He will be responsible for ATTOM’s consumer-facing businesses, including RealtyTrac, Home Disclosure and Homefacts.

“I’m thrilled that we are in a position to grow these divisions of ATTOM – and that Ohan has signed on to lead this exciting endeavor,” said Rob Barber, CEO of ATTOM. “Ohan’s vast industry experience, true passion for real estate, inspiring leadership style, and proven ability to deliver real results are exactly what this initiative needs.”

Prior to joining ATTOM, Antebian served as chief product officer for Sold.com. He brings two decades of industry experience to the role, having worked in leadership positions for companies including Black Knight, CoreLogic and HomeSpotter, among others. He has also served as a business mentor through the National Association of Realtors’ REACH, a program designed to accelerate businesses by offering education, mentorship and exposure at industry events.

“I look forward to leveraging the inherent equity in RealtyTrac, Home Disclosure and Homefacts, as well as ATTOM’s extensive data assets, to close emerging gaps in consumer needs and deliver a new decision engine that will modernize the home buying experience,” Antebian said.

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