Get to know Jack Foy



Jack’s priority is to provide his clients with strategic real estate solutions that align with their long-term business goals. He provides transaction management services including new business development, market research, strategic planning, financial analysis and lease negotiations. He has a bachelors degree from Oregon State University in managerial economics and law and policy economics. He received a minor in business administration with a focus on marketing.

To get to know Jack on a more personal level, we asked him the following questions. 

What is your favorite restaurant in Portland?


What activities do you enjoy doing outside of work?

Playing basketball, hanging with family and friends, reading and watching movies. 

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

Do what is right, not what is easy. 

How would you describe a typical workday at Cresa?

I work with industrial clients as a tenant representative at Cresa. Each day is usually different, but my role mostly involves market research and business development.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

I like the challenge of helping businesses reach their goals through their real estate decisions. Cresa is less transaction-focused than many brokerage firms, so I enjoy getting to be involved with the entire real estate process and being a true resource for my clients from start to finish. 


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