Jason Dell

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Jason Dell is a dedicated real estate broker for @properties in Chicago.

Prior to becoming an agent, Jason began his professional career trading at the CBOE (Chicago Board of Options Exchange). After more than seven years elbowing his way through the SPX trading pit, Jason has developed the tenacity and drive that leans itself perfectly to the world of real estate.

Jason knows that deals don’t just happen; you have to make them happen. Which is why partnering with him is partnering with an agent who will stop at nothing to get you the best deal possible.

For years, Jason depended on the immediate responsiveness and up-to-date information of the market to do his job well, and that same unwavering desire to have a complete view of every transaction means that his clients will be fully prepared to make a decision on one of the most important purchases of their lives.

By joining the Skae & Co Team, Jason has been able to immediately step through the door and offer his clients the resources and support of a team of top-producing agents responsible for over $100 million in sales since 2013 alone. Coupled with his diverse market knowledge and financial expertise, Jason is able to give his clients the type of complete 360-degree guidance that few agents can.

Jason grew up in Lake Forest, IL before moving to Champaign to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the University of Illinois. For the past ten years, Jason has been exploring the unique neighborhoods of Chicago. He currently resides in Noble Square, but has spent time in Lincoln Park, Old Town, River West and the West Loop. Whatever neighborhood you might be looking to discover, Jason has become an invaluable resource to his clients when deciding which neighborhood might be right for them.

In his spare time, Jason looks for every opportunity to give back to his community. He remains an avid volunteer for the American Lung Association – a cause that is near and dear to his heart due to his grandfather’s own battle with lung disease.