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AtHomeNet acquires South Florida based web site service

Michael Berger and Susan Sanders look happy to be doing business on the day of the acquisition.
Michael Berger and Susan Sanders look happy to be doing business on the day of the acquisition.
Heather McGowen

AtHomeNet, Inc. a privately owned company, recently announced the purchase of, a distinguished website provider based in Florida. The procurement was finalized in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on Thursday, September 29 by AtHomeNet CEO, Susan Sanders, and owner, Michael Berger.

“We are extremely pleased to have concluded the sale of to AtHomeNet—the premier provider of website solutions for community associations. In considering this transaction, our primary concern was for our loyal customers. We are supremely confident that AtHomeNet will take great care of our customers and provide the best product and customer service, at an affordable price.” stated owner, Michael Berger.

AtHomeNet will begin executing the transition of’s formidable client base to their services effective immediately and without any disruption making it a seamless transfer. With its robust solutions for Community Associations, AtHomeNet provides a regular cadence of new feature updates and enhancements, as well as ongoing free administrator training and unlimited support to clients to ensure a superior customer service experience.

“We’re honored that made the decision to sell to AtHomeNet. We’re looking forward to welcoming all of their clients to the AtHomeNet family and providing them with top notch website services for their communities,” said AtHomeNet CEO, Susan Sanders. “We’re serious about expanding our business in a big way and taking advantage of opportunities such as this is crucial to fast, sustainable growth.”

“This is exciting for us,” said Jeff Sanders, President of AtHomeNet. “We are looking forward to working with former members and giving them a first class customer service experience and web presence.”

This acquisition solidifies the AtHomeNet presence here in South Florida, and will hopefully provide even more resources for the residents of HOAs in this part of the state. Be sure to check out that site after you peruse this column.

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