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LIG Assets Inc., a Dallas-based company focused on real estate and technology, has entered into a strategic alliance with Texas Real Estate Hedge Fund LP to invest, acquire, manage and finance commercial real estate properties in the Southwest, West and Midwest.

Texas Real Estate Hedge Fund will focus on commercial real estate opportunities with valuations ranging from $5 million to $100 million, with an emphasis on multifamily, retail, destination hotel and office properties. LIG Asset and Texas Real Estate Hedge Fund will team with MMR Realty Advisors and Inter Continental Real Partners to selectively analyze and underwrite the targeted acquisitions.  

"This is clearly a milestone achievement for LIG Assets and our shareholders," says Jeff Love, CEO of LIG Assets. "We are thrilled to embark on a partnership that we anticipate will provide handsome returns."


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