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Jordan Reudy

Jordan Reudy
Jordan’s true passion as a realtor lies within the art of property development. He provides buyers and sellers with a professional outlook on how to analyze a property from inside out, giving the opportunity for a vision not only now, but years down the road.

Jordan was raised in Burlingame and attended Our Lady of Angels school and continued his education at Serra High School in San Mateo where his passion for basketball elevated. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications from Indiana University and is not afraid to tell you there isn’t a better alumnus than an Indiana Hoosier!

Prior to Pacific Union, Jordan worked in the commercial real estate industry at CBRE, where he learned how to analyze data and research all types of office and industrial buildings in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Peninsula. After attaining his real estate and general contractors license, he decided the residential market is where he wanted to build a career. His family has been in the construction industry for over three generations, developing homes and representing buyers and sellers along the Peninsula.

Jordan brings a very organized and detailed approach when working with prospective buyers and sellers. From his knowledge of market-ready updates all the way to the close of escrow, he allows his clients to focus on their daily lives while also going through a big life purchase.

When Jordan is not at the office or searching for new property, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing hoops and boating on Lake Tahoe.
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