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Jon Jessup Inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News Hall of Fame

Jon JessupJon Jessup, Executive Vice President, of Colliers | Indianapolis, has been inducted into Midwest Real Estate News (MREN) 2022 Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame.

Below is Jon's profile from the MREN Hall of Fame announcement:

How successful has Jon Jessup been during his 28-year career in commercial real estate? Just look at the honors he's earned during these years.

At Colliers, where he is an executive vice president, Jessup is a leader and part of the Indianapolis office's top-producing team

In the seven years he has been affiliated with Colliers this industry veteran has been a four-time inductee of the Colliers Everest Club, a club for the top 10% of Colliers brokers based on revenue in a given year.

Today, Jessup specializes in Central Indiana real estate and global corporate solutions serving life science, law firm, professional services, manufacturing and logistics companies. During his career, Jessup has built a deep roster of loyal clients.

One of the reasons for his success? Jessup cites his Indiana University MBA in finance and years of experience. Jessup's strong financial background, along with his attention to detail, gives him an advantage during transaction negotiations, execution and delivery. And it allows him to give his clients the best possible service.

"I maintain a longer-term relationship mindset with clients, co-workers and industry partnerships," Jessup said. "Having a trusting circle of experts to tap into is important, too. In the commercial real estate industry, having a strong financial acumen and attention to detail is important. And frankly, being someone others like to work with -- pleasant, dependable, respectful and insightful -- helps, too."

Like the most successful CRE veterans, Jessup doesn't limit his practice to any one geographic area. He shares his site analysis, financial advice and transaction work with clients across the country and globe. His grasp of different countries' protocols, cultural nuances and real estate requirements is unique for a brokerage professional. This experience allows his clients to benefit from a wide variety of real estate concepts and ideas.

Although his career is nearing three decades, Jessup says that he is still eager to get to work each morning. That love of his job is yet another reason for his success.

"I enjoy the project variety and working with people," Jessup said. "I enjoy being an integral participant in projects that are not 'cookie cutter,' identifying key project nuances and determining how best our team can approach those elements to make the best impact on the client's behalf."

When he's not serving his clients, Jessup spends most of his time with his family. He has three children who are active in a wide range of activities, so Jessup spends much of his free time attending those events. And when he really needs a break? He'll play golf and travel.