Courtney Q Jones is partner and owner of Chicago Homes Realty Group where is the Business Development officer and is a licensed real estate broker. As the Business Development Officer for Chicago Homes Realty Group, Courtney takes pride in creating business opportunities for the company. Courtney has a true love for people which is what led him to begin a career in real estate. He has a passion to serve and create opportunities for underserved communities.
Courtney has more than 16 years of banking, mortgage, investments, and sales training. His exceptional ability to lead and influence others, along with his congenial personality has propelled him to the heights of Vice President with the Fortune 500 company, JP Morgan Chase. Courtney started his career in 1999 in New York, NY where he was a part of a pilot program designed to manage client assets. Courtney managed over $400 million in assets and consistently exceeded sales revenue goals. Courtney received recognition for his excellent performance and was promoted to a different department that needed his expertise. He was tasked with developing, coaching, and training hundreds of home equity loan officers as a Home Equity Loan Wholesaler. Courtney developed a world-class team that constantly ranked in the top 10% of the company and received National Leadership Awards for their performance.
Courtney studied Finance at St. John’s University. In addition to his real estate license in IL, Courtney also holds series 7 & 63 FINRA Investment licenses. Courtney is a servant leader. He serves as the 2017-2019 President of the Dearborn Realtist Board, an African American Trade Association, local Chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers. He also served as the Vice President of the Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals in 2017.
When Courtney is not working or serving the community, he is an avid golfer, a foodie, a self-made chef, and enjoys sports of all kinds. He enjoys learning to eat a healthy lifestyle, spending time with his family and friends, he’ll even try his hand at poker every now and again.