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Edward Jordan founded Northeast Private Client Group in 2010 and serves as its CEO.
The real estate investment sales firm has since grown to three offices, including its headquarters on Trap Falls Road in Shelton, and additional space in White Plains, New York, and Newton, Mass.
The firm specializes in assisting investors, owners and syndicators of mid-market multifamily real estate properties between $1 million and $50 million.
In his position, Jordan leads and supports agents and staff on the team, and works to develop investor relationships.
While the firm primarily brokers deals in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island, under Jordan’s leadership, the business has set its sights on expansion.
Earlier this year, the agency closed deals in Georgia and South Dakota totalling $34.4 million. According to the firm, it was part of a deliberate push to extend its reach beyond the Northeast. The firm recently expanded staff, hiring an investment associate to focus specifically on the Southeast.
The agency reports that to date, it has completed more than 1,000 transactions, totaling over $3 billion in value.
In recent months, it sold a 16-unit waterfront apartment building in Bridgeport, Atlantic Street Apartments, for $1.9 million. It also recently closed on a deal involving a mixed-use property at 100 Lansdale Ave., Milford, for $9 million. The 43,634-square-foot building features 10 commercial suites, along with residential apartments.
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