Liberty Asset Group – A Real Estate Investment Trust
Liberty Asset Group has been in the real estate business since 2011. Since then, they have focused on risk management and value creation. They specialize in multifamily, neighborhood retail, and mixed-use assets across the DMV region. They also offer consulting services. Their services include evaluating and analyzing the performance of real estate assets.
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The firm is led by Douglas D. Kelly, a real estate veteran with over 20 years of experience. Previously, he worked as a Regional Director for Weichert Commercial Brokerage for three years. He then returned to his hometown of Bethlehem and served as a senior leasing rep for Liberty Property Trust, a large investment firm in the Lehigh Valley.
The firm is following all applicable laws to conduct business in the U.S., and has not engaged in any illegal activity. Liberty Asset Group purchase price will be adjusted accordingly if there are any non-material adverse effects. This includes the process of placarding wells. This process was based on input from counties, which indicated their costs.
Liberty Group Holdings
Liberty Asset Group Holdings Inc is a real estate investment trust founded in 2011. The group specializes in value creation and risk management for a variety of asset classes. Its primary focus areas are multifamily, neighborhood retail, and mixed use assets in the DMV region. Its securities are issued under a security agreement between Marvin N. Raab and the company.
Employee benefit arrangements
Liberty Asset Group offers a variety of benefits for its employees. The firm offers several retirement plans through Transamerica, including the 403(b) plan, which matches up to 5% of base pay. Employees can also enroll in a 457(b) plan if they max out their 403(b) contributions. Full-vested faculty and staff receive 120 hours of paid vacation per year, which they may begin using on their 61st day of employment. Additionally, employees are granted 72 hours of paid holidays per year, over the course of eight holidays.