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Lee & Associates Dallas/Fort Worth Promote Tanghongs and Bassinger to Principals


DALLAS—December 18, 2014—The Dallas/Fort Worth office of Lee & Associates, the nation’s largest broker-owned commercial real estate firm in the nation, has announced the promotion of George Tanghongs and Reid Bassinger to principal.

Tanghongs, who specializes in the selection and negotiation of sale and lease transactions of office, industrial, retail, investments and land in the Northeast Dallas, Richardson, and Plano area, has been with Lee & Associates since 2009 and has been involved in the marketing of over 12.5 million square feet, comprised of over 275 projects.

Prior to Lee & Associates, Tanghongs was with a Dallas based commercial real estate company,  where he was named Top Producer throughout his career and had successfully closed over 950 transactions for more than $400 million in transaction value in the Dallas area.

Bassinger, who has been with Lee & Associates DFW since 2009, is an expert in logistics transactions on a local and national basis.  His market specialization includes industrial markets of the Southern Region of the United States with his core focus being the Dallas/Fort Worth market.  While at Lee & Associates DFW he has represented local and national clients in securing over 24 million square feet of industrial space.

A graduate of the University of North Texas, Bassinger has been named a Heavy Hitter by the Dallas Business Journal and CoStar Power Broker multiple times.

“We are pleased to have these two fine brokers part of our Dallas/Fort Worth team and it was with great pleasure to promote them to principal,” said Ken Wesson, one of the founding and managing principals of the Dallas/Fort Worth Lee & Associates Office. “Our service lines and geographic footprint are expanding and the need for highly skilled agents to service our growing client base is critical.” 

12/18/2014 - 10:00


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