Tim Harrison

Tim Harrison

Director, Capital Markets Research

​​​​Current responsibilities:

Based in Portland, Tim oversees JLL’s industry-leading capital markets research at the local market level. He works directly with senior leadership and capital markets office heads to shape and implement the vision for optimal research delivery across JLL’s capital markets offices. Tim manages a research team of content matter and local market experts, and is actively involved in high-profile pitches, pursuits, and client meetings across the United States.


Prior to joining JLL, Tim was the Global Business Development and Logistics Manager for an export firm in the Midwest. He assisted regional businesses in developing opportunities for their products in international markets and analyzed the global trade market to determine product placement in growth markets in Africa, Australasia, Central America, South America, and Central Asia

Before his current role at JLL, Tim supported the JLL Pacific Northwest brokerage platform by providing market intelligence, strategic analytical tools, and insight interpretation that make the company and its clients more effective, competitive, and successful in the real estate marketplace. He managed the local statistical and analytical program and was responsible for overseeing a wide variety of ongoing data gathering assignments and quarterly reporting. He also worked closely with marketing to create content for business development efforts.

Education and affiliations:

Tim graduated cum laude with a Master’s degree in Economics from VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands. He also holds a B.Bus.Sci degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He is fluent in English, Afrikaans, and conversational Dutch.

Outside interests:

Tim loves travelling around the world, having lived in 4 countries, visiting 6 continents and 37 countries. He also enjoys scuba diving whenever he gets the opportunity. He spends his free time on home DIY construction projects and growing his extensive gin collection.