Secure. Dedicated. Professional.
At CATIC Exchange, we handle every 1031 like-kind exchange in a professional manner and are dedicated to providing you with exceptional service that has become synonymous with the CATIC Family of Companies. Our team of Qualified Intermediaries will make your 1031 Exchange process run smoothly.
MEET OUR STAFF
Attorney Francis M. DiSanti is the Director of CATIC Exchange and works out of the Hartford, Connecticut office. Prior to that, he served as CATIC Title Counsel for five years in Massachusetts. Before joining CATIC, he had a law practice in West Springfield, Massachusetts with the DiSanti Law Offices for eighteen (18) years. His areas of practice included residential/commercial real estate transactions, estate planning, probate of estates/guardianships, corporate/limited liability company matters, personal injury, litigation, and adoptions.
Attorney DiSanti obtained his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School (cum laude) and his Bachelor of Science from Northeastern University (magna cum laude). He is a past President of the Chicopee Bar Association, and a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and the Hampden County Bar Association.
Anthony Lombardi currently serves as Vice President and Associate General Counsel for CATIC, where he handles corporate legal matters for the organization. Anthony also oversees CATIC's Commercial Services office and CATIC’s Claims Department. Prior to joining CATIC, he was in private practice in Brookline, MA, where he focused on commercial and residential real estate development and conveyancing, as well as zoning and land use litigation. Anthony received his B.A. from the University of Connecticut and a J.D. from New England School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Anthony sits on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Italian-American Bar Association and serves as its treasurer. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the Wolcott (CT) Circle of Sports organization, and is an elected Zoning Board of Appeals member in his hometown of Wolcott, CT.
Robert H.D. Genders is an attorney and a real estate industry veteran with over 25 years of experience. Rob serves as Vice President of Sales & Florida State Counsel in Tampa, Florida. He is responsible for increasing the awareness of CATIC Exchange nationally and strategically growing the firm’s footprint while supporting the existing client base and partner relationships. Prior to joining CATIC, he held positions as Florida Corporate Counsel, National Sales Director, and owned Genders Group Land & Title. Robert received his B.A. from Florida State University and J.D. from John Marshall Law School.
Robert is currently President of the Tampa Bay Mortgage Bankers Association, and a member of the Washington D.C. Bar Association and Jesuit Bar Association. He actively supports and volunteers with the Children’s Home Network, a non-profit organization.
David has been involved in the 1031 exchange field as a qualified intermediary since 2001 and has prepared and presented numerous seminars and webinars on 1031 exchanges and title-related matters. He is also Senior Title Counsel with CATIC Exchange’s sister organization, CATIC. Prior to joining CATIC Exchange and CATIC, he was an attorney in private practice with a primary emphasis on all aspects of real estate transactions. He is a graduate of Lehigh University and the University of Connecticut School of Law.
Kim Rymarzick is Senior Exchange Coordinator with CATIC Exchange, LLC. She has worked at CATIC Exchange for six (6) years and is currently responsible for the preparation of exchange documents; coordination with the various parties to an exchange; wire verification and funding; and ultimately facilitating the process to ensure a successful exchange. Prior to joining CATIC Exchange, Kim worked in other sectors of the title industry, and has worked in the 1031 exchange field for over 10 years.
Megan Orzino is Exchange Coordinator with CATIC Exchange, LLC. She is currently responsible for the preparation of exchange documents; coordination with the various parties to an exchange; wire verification and funding. Prior to joining CATIC Exchange, Megan worked as a paralegal in the real estate industry for over 15 years.