Veteran Real Estate Exec Joins JLL as SVP in Fort Worth Office

Jim Eagle has had a 46-year career in the real estate industry, and will focus on multiple business lines including sales, acquisitions, and leasing, aligning seamlessly with JLL's growth strategy, the company said.

Veteran real estate executive Jim Eagle has joined real estate services giant JLL as senior vice president in the company’s Fort Worth office.

Eagle has had a 46-year career in the industry, and will focus on multiple business lines including sales, acquisitions, and leasing, aligning seamlessly with JLL’s growth strategy, the company said.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Jim to the JLL office in Fort Worth,” Executive Managing Director Todd Burnette said in a statement. “His wealth of experience and extensive relationships in the Fort Worth market will play a pivotal role in landing deals for our office, benefiting our clients across multiple business lines.”

Eagle has completed more than 900 transactions

JLL said that Eagle has completed more than 900 transactions during his career, bringing a diverse background in commercial lease deals and property sales that include commercial and single-family real estate developments.

Before joining Chicago-based JLL, Eagle was president and partner at Red Oak Realty in Fort Worth, then was partner, development consultant, and director of the commercial division at Hammond Eagle Realty Group LLC in Aledo.

He also served as director/city leader at Trammell Crow’s Fort Worth headquarters.

“I’m looking forward to starting this new chapter with JLL,” Eagle said in a statement. “My goal is to leverage my four decades of experience in Fort Worth to contribute to JLL’s continued success, forging valuable relationships and playing a pivotal role in expanding our footprint. Together, we’ll create impactful and enduring solutions for our clients, driving the growth of our business and solidifying our position as leaders in the market.”

JLL, a leading global commercial real estate and investment management company, has helped clients buy, build, occupy, manage and invest in a variety of commercial, industrial, hotel, residential and retail properties for more than 200 years.

It’s a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $20.9 billion and operations in more than 80 countries around the world. JLL has more than 105,000 employees.

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