Senior Director, Office Research
Scott Homa is Senior Vice President and Director of U.S. Office Research at JLL. In this role, Scott tracks and analyzes key economic and market fundamentals to provide insight and predictive intelligence to owners, investors and occupiers of commercial real estate.
Scott joined JLL in 2005 as a Research Associate focused on the Washington, DC commercial office market. In that role, Scott produced regular submarket reports, supply and demand analyses, economic forecasts and offering memorandums for large-scale leasing and sales assignments.
Scott was promoted to Mid-Atlantic Research Manager in 2009, Vice President in 2011 and Senior Vice President in 2014. His work throughout his tenure at JLL earned recognition from the American Marketing Association for Best Quantitative Research and his market insights have been regularly quoted in leading business publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times and various real estate trade publications.
Before joining JLL, Scott held a variety of positions in economics and finance, serving as a Research Clerk with the Department of Economic Analysis at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a Venture Capital Analyst at MCG Capital and a Research Associate for a non-profit consulting firm.
Education, Affiliations and Honors
Scott received a bachelor's degree in Finance, Cum Laude, from Georgetown University in 2003. He has lectured at several undergraduate and graduate-level business programs, including Georgetown University's Masters in Real Estate, George Washington University's International Honors and the University of Cincinnati's Lindner Honors-PLUS programs and has been asked to testify before the United States Congress on matters related to federal real estate.
Scott resides in Washington, DC, with his wife, Jessica, and their two children.