Knox Financial has hired 10 new employees across the U.S., bringing the company’s workforce to 30. The company plans to continue adding staff, as more homeowners who are ready to move elect to keep their existing homes as investment properties.
This year, Knox has grown its team by more than half with new hires across its finance, operations, business development and marketing departments. The 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, staff accountant Subasna Gurung, senior engineer Chirag Trivedi and senior product manager Dylan McPhetres.
Knox CEO and co-founder David Friedman said the firm is beefing up its staff across all departments because its Knox Financial Platform is able to handle all aspects of investment-property ownership.
“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,” he said in a press release.