a data-driven real estate investment software platform, today announced its partnership with Jamil Damji and Pace Morby, the frontrunners of the A&E “Triple Digit Flip” show, 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 extensive national network of real estate investment clients and students.

“This new partnership is a big step forward for all of us and we are really excited about it,” Damji said in the statement.

Realeflow says its technology provides enterprise-class training and solutions for everyday people, and levels the playing field for those interested in real estate investing.

The integration of Realeflow’s technology into the show runner’s network means that they will also have access to a large amount of real estate data, which they can offer to customers and students wishing to learn about real estate.

“Knowing that we offer our clients and students top-notch 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 press release.

“Realeflow is thrilled to offer a customized version of our award-winning real estate investment software exclusively to Pace, Jamil and Cody’s extensive network of real estate professionals,” said Don Fowler, Director of Business Development at Realeflow.

“Using our vast datasets, artificial intelligence and software, along with the mentorship of Pace, Jamil and Cody, will change thousands of lives and we are excited to be part of their success,” he said. -he adds.

Besides starring in “Triple Digit Flip”, Damji is also a co-founder of KeyGlee, a large wholesale company with over 75 franchises worldwide. He also mentors and educates students from around the world, alongside his partner Clever Investor.

This, in turn, gives Realeflow access to a large number of potential customers in need of real estate data solutions.

In other recent proptech news, announced a strategic partnership to bring location insights to Bain. The Canadian company also announced plans to introduce its HELOC (home equity line of credit) product in the United States.