Realeflow, a data-driven real estate investing software platform, announced today that it is partnering with Clever Investor and A&E show “Triple Digit Flip” frontrunners Jamil Damji and Pace Morby, according to a press release.
The company says the strategic partnership will provide an all-inclusive software and training solution to Clever Investor, Damji and Morby’s large nationwide network of real estate investing clients and students.
“This new partnership is a big step forward for all of us and one that we’re really excited about,” Damji stated in the release.
Realeflow says its technology gives enterprise-class training and solutions to everyday people, and levels the playing field for those interested in real estate investing.
Integrating Realeflow’s technology into the show runner’s network means they will also have access to a large amount of real estate data, which they can offer to clients and students seeking to learn about real estate.
“Knowing that we’re offering our clients and students first-class training, data, and software that we know can make real estate investing easier and more profitable for them is what this partnership is all about,” Morby added in the release.
“Realeflow is excited to offer a custom version of our award-winning real estate investing software exclusively to Pace, Jamil, and Cody’s large network of Real Estate Professionals,” said Don Fowler, Chief Business Development Officer for Realeflow.
“Utilizing our vast datasets, artificial intelligence, and software along with Pace, Jamil, and Cody’s mentorship will change thousands of lives and we’re excited to help enable their success,” he added.
In addition to starring on “Triple Digit Flip,” Damji is also cofounder of KeyGlee, a large wholesale company with over 75 franchises worldwide. He also mentors and educates students around the world, alongside fellow partner Clever Investor.
This, in turn, gives Realeflow access to a large number of prospective customers in need of real estate data solutions.
In other recent proptech news, Local Logic announced a strategic partnership to bring location insights to Coldwell Banker Bain. Canada-based Fraction also announced plans to bring its HELOC (home equity line of credit) product to the U.S.