Lee’s Summit resident named KCRAR salesperson of the year

March 21, 2014 

Curry Executives, from left, Mike Long, Brynn McCan, Jim Hogan, Ellen Todd and Josh Castle at the Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS Commercial Brokers Breakfast Club meeting at Mission Hills Country Club on Jan. 8.

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Curry Real Estate Services’ Jim Hogan, a Lee’s Summit resident and a vice president in the company’s commercial division, was named Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors’ Roger Cohen Salesperson of the Year at its annual awards ceremony Feb. 20 at the Plaza III Steakhouse in Kansas City.

The award is based on an exceptional ethics record, cooperation with fellow brokers, contributions to the association and an impressive record of production and salesmanship. Hogan has been involved in 1,500 real estate deals totaling more than $200,000,000 over the course of his career.

Hogan began his career with Curry 40 years ago. He provides commercial real estate consulting, commercial land development, commercial real estate brokerage services, property use analysis, medical office building experience, and commercial property management.

Hogan earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Central Missouri. He also studied at the University of Nebraska-Omaha while serving active duty in the United State Air Force. He is a licensed realtor in both Missouri and Kansas. He received his certified property management designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management in 1986.

For more than 40 years, Hogan has volunteered with the Boy Scouts of America where he served as 2003 Presiding Chieftain of the Tribe Mic-O-Say.

Hogan and his wife, Regina, have resided in Lee’s Summit for 29 years. They have four children and three grandchildren.

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