CINCINNATI, OHIO (October 21, 2020) – Noah Juran, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq’s Cincinnati office joined 49 other top industry professionals as a recipient of the GlobetSt.com Fifty Under Forty recognition. The annual award features a list of rising stars in the CRE industry whose accomplishments differentiate them from their peers. The publication notes that “These men and women have all brought something unique to the table, to say nothing of hard work and a winning attitude, thus meriting their inclusion in this year’s list.”
Juran is already a leader and top producer in NorthMarq and the greater Cincinnati region. He is responsible for arranging debt and equity financing for all types of commercial real estate assets, including multifamily, hospitality, retail, office and industrial properties. In less than seven years as a mortgage banker Juran has developed client and lender relationships all over the country and financed deals in more than 15 states including a variety of product and loan types.
As a natural leader, Juran is a great mentor for future producers within the company and also for the younger associates in his office. He is well connected with national, regional, and local funding sources including, but not limited to, agency lenders (e.g. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac), commercial banks, CMBS lenders, life insurance companies, private and public funds and bridge lenders.
Juran has been within the Top 5 in the whole company for number of loans closed each year since 2015. He received the Rookie of the Year Award at NorthMarq for 2016 production (highest fees for first year at NorthMarq), received the Producer’s Council award in 2017, 2018, and 2019 (given to highest non Managing Director producers in the company each year), and was promoted to Managing Director in 2020.
He is involved in the local Jewish community with various organizations including the Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Center. Juran is part of the Mentor/Mentee program at the University of Cincinnati’s Real Estate School, and a regular attendee at local real estate events for the University of Cincinnati Real Estate Roundtable, NAIOP, and ULI. He is also actively involved in youth sports and serves as a coach for his son’s soccer, basketball, and baseball teams.
Words of advice to someone looking to start a career in CRE:
Hard work will always pay off. It is very difficult to break in to CRE and make a name for yourself; there is a lot of competition. However, you don’t have to be the smartest person in your college class or even in your office, but if you put the time in to learn the business, and you out-work your competitors, you will succeed. Make that extra phone call before you leave the office and don’t make excuses for lack of hard work. Be honest with yourself and your clients and you will develop strong, long-term relationships.