Jordan grew up and has lived in Maryland for his entire life besides living in Boston for College. Jordan came back from college to work with the Family’s real estate holdings in 2001. After gaining valuable experience with managing the family assets, he decided to enroll in the Edward St. John School of real estate at Johns Hopkins. After completing his degree and earning a masters in 2008 Jordan went on to found Myers Solomon Realty Corporation, a full service brokerage. Myers Solomon has grown significantly over the years in the commercial real estate industry.
Jordan founded Pelican Property Management along with Joe Rector in 2014 with the vision of transforming the stodgy and dated property management business. Jordan has always believed that every problem has a solution. You just have to be creative enough to find it. Jordan was not satisfied with the service, technology, and nickel and diming of the current players in the industry. Therefore, he used his knowledge and experience to figure out how to streamline the process of property management through product offerings such as uReport and pass along the savings to the property owners and associations.
Jordan as a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®) designation and is a CPM candidate.
Jordan also serves on the Board of the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland.