Jordan graduated from McGill University in 2016, earning a Bcom in Honors Investment Management, a finance program where a group of twenty students manage the business faculties equity fund of $4 million. Jordan developed a fundamental understanding of financial modeling and business analysis. Throughout his university degree, Jordan discovered a deep interest in real estate, founding the McGill Real Estate Club and developing an old garage into a triplex.
Upon graduation, Jordan joined Mondev in a development capacity, working on due diligence, financing, permitting and apartment pricing. Jordan managed the pre-construction phases of several of Mondev’s apartment buildings with an estimated construction budget of over $80 million. While working on the initial pricing and repricing of Mondev’s portfolio of over one thousand five hundred units, Jordan developed a pricing platform that standardizes pricing by coding unit models and attributing monetary values to qualitative characteristics. The platform then optimizes the lease-up or condo launch by evaluating which unit models are renting or selling too fast and adjusting the prices accordingly.
At MIT, Jordan looks forward to growing his knowledge of real estate finance, technology and sustainable design. Real estate development has the potential to shape cities and influence culture, while generating a return for investors. With the foundation that the MSRED will provide, Jordan will pursue projects with leading edge technology, while contributing to the wellbeing of communities.
Outside work, you’ll find Jordan training for a triathlon, golfing, playing piano or reading a book.