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Byron Foss is an Executive Vice President in JLL’s Orange County office. He specializes in the representation of North American based corporations and property owners. His education and experience in the intensely competitive world of professional and intercollegiate athletics helped prepare him for his career in commercial brokerage. 

In order to achieve clients’ goals, Byron implements client-centered strategies through the development, planning and execution of real estate solutions. Byron stresses the importance of bringing the required intellectual capital to every transaction. He has established a highly capable group of senior professionals who are skilled in the areas of transaction management, consulting services, workplace strategy, sustainability, project and facility management, lease administration and complex financial analysis.

Byron lives in Newport Beach with his wife Courtenay and two daughters, Lillie and Evie. He enjoys golf and mountain biking in his free time and remains active in various charitable organizations and his SMU alumni community.

Specialties
Strategic real estate advisory and consulting
Leases (direct or sublet)
Acquisition/Disposition of single assets and portfolios
Early lease restructures
Sale-leasebacks
Transaction and account management

Years of experience
10

Awards
• 2015 Top Producer, NGKF #13 Agent in Orange County
• 2014 Recognition as one of Tomorrow’s Leaders in Southern California - Real Estate Forum
• 2013 Master of Corporate Real Estate, CoreNet Global
• 2010 2013 Consistent Recognitions as one of Top Producer in Orange County - NGKF
• 2010 CoSTAR Power Broker Award
• CoreNet Global Member
• U.S. Green Building Council Member
• 2008 Grubb & Ellis Cold Calling Champ
• SMU Business Professionals, Orange County

Education
Byron has a bachelor’s degree from the Southern Methodist University, Dallas. While attending SMU, he was a member of the SMU Soccer Team achieving First Team all American and Player of the Year status. He continued his athletic career for four years as a member of the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer.