“Owning Manhattan” star Jordan Hurt known for his expertise in real estate has 11 years of experience

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK: Seasoned real estate professional Jordan Hurt is set to appear on Netflix’s upcoming show “Owning Manhattan.” With over 11 years of experience in the industry and a remarkable record of over $200 million in sales, Jordan is known for his expertise in handling new development projects and high-end properties.

His approach to helping clients in the buying and selling process is marked by a sense of grace and dignity as he navigates them through any obstacles with a positive and solution-focused mindset.

Jordan’s extensive background in real estate allows him to provide his clients with the best opportunities to achieve their desired results. His compassionate and engaging approach to real estate not only makes the process enjoyable but also ensures a rewarding experience for his clients.

With an engaging demeanor and a strong sense of empathy, Jordan excels as a negotiator and possesses a deep understanding of all aspects of property transactions.

Having been a key member of a top real estate team and the right-hand man to a highly successful broker, Jordan played a pivotal role in managing a large sales team that consistently achieved over $700 million in annual sales.

His expertise extends to analyzing market data for various types of properties, including new developments, condos, co-ops and townhouses across the city, providing him with valuable insights into market trends and purchasing.

Jordan Hurt is a renowned real estate agent with over a decade of experience in the Manhattan real estate market (Instagram/@jordvnhurt)
Jordan Hurt is a renowned real estate agent with over a decade of experience in the Manhattan real estate market (Instagram/@jordvnhurt)

“Owning Manhattan” star Jordan Hurt has been featured in many magazines

Jordan’s work has been recognized in various prestigious publications such as Mansion Global, the New York Post, and Mann Report. He played a significant role in the sale of many high-end new development properties in Manhattan, such as 67 Franklin Street, 219 East 44th Street, and 172 Madison Avenue.

Jordan has a unique approach to serving his clients, tailoring his services to meet the specific needs of developers, investors, buyers and sellers.

When the realtor is not busy working, he finds joy in cycling around the city’s bustling streets and cherishes spending time with loved ones. Currently residing in Midtown Manhattan, he shares his home with his beloved French Bulldog, Pedro.

“Owning Manhattan” star Jordan Hurt has been featured in many magazines (Instagram/@jordvnhurt)

‘Owning Manhattan’ star Jordan Hurt quit his job to travel the world during the COVID-19 pandemic

Ohio native Jordan Hurt is an avid traveler who loves attending live music events and playing guitar. Along with his passion for exploring new places, he also volunteers at the LGBTQ Center in New York.

In December 2019, Jordan went skydiving over the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica and then swam in the Pacific Ocean to cool off. While swimming, the 36-year-old realized that he needed a break from the busy city of New York.

Jordan spent almost ten years in NYC and worked as an assistant to Ryan Serhant of “Million Dollar Listing New York”. After a while, he began to question whether the hectic lifestyle in the city really made him happy.

“The answer was no. While I was in the ocean … I just looked around and I was like, ‘Oh, it’s this. This is what I want,” he told the New York Post.

After returning to the city in January, he began planning a year-long backpacking trip around the world. But as his July departure date approached, he faced various obstacles due to the escalating COVID-19 pandemic in the United States since March.

The CDC has recommended avoiding unnecessary travel, and most countries around the world have closed their borders to travelers from the United States. He initially struggled with the idea of ​​being in quarantine but eventually realized he needed to stay optimistic and find ways to function.

Jordan was determined to make a trip that he had been planning for a long time and had already prepared setting aside time and money. He felt it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and didn’t want to wait any longer. He believed that if he had waited, his life would have been very different.

Starting in London, he quarantined for 14 days before moving to Paris. He had to change his plans several times due to COVID-19 restrictions. Initially planning to start in Guatemala, he redirected to Europe instead.

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“Post Manhattan” star Jordan Hurt quit his job to explore the world during the COVID-19 pandemic (Instagram/@jordvnhurt)

Jordan Hurt is excited for the world to finally see ‘Owning Manhattan’

Jordan Hurt recently shared his excitement on Instagram for the debut of Netflix’s latest show ‘Owning Manhattan’, which chronicles Ryan Serhant and his team of top agents as they navigate the cut-throat world of luxury real estate in New York.

With eight episodes dedicated to showcasing their relentless drive to secure the most coveted listings, rival brokers need to watch out as this group will look to consolidate their dominance in the industry.

“4 days until the series premiere of Owning Manhattan on Netflix!! 🎥 I’m so excited for the world to finally see what we’ve done with this project. It’s truly a labor of love mixed with a lot of blood, sweat, and tears” , he wrote.

The realtor added, “Owning Manhattan provides a glimpse inside the glamorous, adrenaline-filled universe of high-stakes real estate in New York. My boss of 10 years, world-renowned broker and CEO Ryan Serhant, and an ambitious army of agents including myself will stop at nothing in our mission to become the number 1 brokerage in the world.”


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“Owning Manhattan” comes out June 28, 2024, only on Netflix

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