The founder of Foreclosure.com launched a Web-based short sale offer management system. Brad Geisen said his new system, Quicksale.com, handles marketing, processing negotiating and closing services and pays real estate agents a commission when they facilitate short sales through the site. “Banks lend money, they’re not in the business of marketing and selling real estate — certainly not on today’s current scale — and their loss mitigation departments are just too overwhelmed at this point, Geisen said. “QuickSale.com is a structured tool that provides much-needed support and relief.” He added, “It short circuits the entire foreclosure process to ensure the best possible outcome for all parties involved.” Write to Austin Kilgore.

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