Jan Burman is an American real estate agent. He is the president and co-founder of The Engel Burman Group. Jan Burman net worth at the moment is not available and is under review.
Not much is known on Jan Burman’s personal life including when and where he was born. What we know is that he graduated with an MBA degree from the School of Management at Syracuse University.
Burman has been active in real estate dealings for over 40 years. According to his profile at JWJ land services, Burman has brought a unique sense of style and personal sensitivity to the business of real estate development. He has a knack of spotting hidden opportunities and then sell to a high price.
In the last four decades as a real estate developer, Burman has purchased, developed or redeveloped over 10 million sq. ft of industrial and office properties, purchased 500 acres Grumman/ US Navy aircraft manufacturing plant in Long Island and entitlement of over 3,000 homes on Long Island and in Queens.
Jan Burman is also a CPA and current president of ABLI, the Association for a Better Long Island. The company promotes and protects the region’s economic future and enhances the quality of life of every Long Islander. Overall, its members comprise $15 billion worth of real property and investment in the Long Island region.
In addition to that, Burman is also a member of the Corporate Advisory Council for the School of Management at Syracuse University, from where he received his MBA. He is also on the Board of the Nassau County Police Department Foundation.
Burman is a high-profile name in the Long Island area. He has received several honors and awards to his name. IN 2014, he received Enrst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in the New York Family Business category. He was appointed to the Board of Directors of the United Nations Development Corps, by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
In 2015, Burman was inducted to the Long Island Business News Hall of Fame. In 2001, Mr. Burman was named The News Review Business Person of the year and Long Island Business Review Developer of the Year. In 2003, he was honored by the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation.
Jan Burman’s personal fortune is not available at the moment. However, the man has been in the real estate business since 1978. We can estimate he has earned over $100 million in his last forty year of business dealings.