Jordan Andrew Levine, CMCA, AMS
Jordan Levine was born and raised in Maryland. After earning a finance degree at Northeastern University, Jordan began managing his family’s real estate and retail holdings. Gaining valuable industry experience, he enrolled in the Edward St. John School of Real Estate at Johns Hopkins University and earned his master’s degree in Real Estate. In 2008, Jordan founded Myers Solomon Realty Corporation, a full-service brokerage. Myers Solomon has grown significantly over the years in the commercial real estate industry. In 2013, Jordan partnered with Joe Rector to form Pelican Property Management. Jordan believes that every problem has a solution; you just have to be creative enough to find it.
Jordan holds both his CMCA credential (Certified Manager of Community Associations) and AMS designation (Association Management Specialist) through the Community Associations Institute. He is a CPM (Certified Property Manager) candidate and serves on the board of the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland.
Joseph C. Rector
Joseph Rector has over 15 years of experience in property management and real estate. Along with a vision to raise the industry expectations through quality, creativity, and commitment, Joe has brought a new type of management style to the table. Joe’s winning combination of his vast experience, personal approach, and successful management of diverse property types has proven invaluable to his clients. Joe has extensive experience successfully turning around distressed properties, ranging from high-end conventional properties, condominiums, and homeowners associations.
Joe is active in his community, sits on the Board of Directors of The Cromwell Valley Park Council, consultant with Balt. County and maintains affiliations with: The Living Classrooms Foundation, BABB (Bel Air Business Builders), and CAI Chesapeake Chapter (Community Associations Institute). Joe was recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal as a Rising Star in 2014. An avid waterman, Joe spends much of his free time on the Chesapeake Bay.