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Real Estate Management and Development

Company Overview of American International Texas Properties, Inc.

Company Overview

American International Texas Properties, Inc. owns and sells commercial real estate properties. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in the United States. American International Texas Properties, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of American International Industries Inc.

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United States

Founded in 2011

Key Executives for American International Texas Properties, Inc.

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Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
March 31, 2014
174 Acres Located on Highway 290 in Waller County, Texas
Merger/Acquisition
January 6, 2014
32 Acre Parcel Located on Airport Blvd. in Harris County
 

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