Patton K. Jones, vice chairman of Newmark’s Central Texas office, is responsible for the Austin and San Antonio conventional multifamily capital markets business, which includes multifamily investment sales, land, equity and debt. Patton oversees business development, market research and all aspects of property disposition. The collective business lines produce roughly $2 billion in sales annually. Patton is often recognized as a top producing broker for the multifamily investment sales team companywide.
Prior to joining Newmark, Patton was co-founder of an aviation parts company. He lived and worked in London and Hong Kong and was responsible for sales in 33 countries. The company grew 9,200% in three years and was the winner of numerous business awards: It ranked No. 1 in “Houston’s 100 Fastest-Growing Businesses” in 1999 by the Houston Chronicle, ranked No. 7 in Dun & Bradstreet and Entrepreneur magazine’s “Hot 100, America’s Fastest-Growing New Businesses 1999,” and was recognized as having one of the aviation industry’s best web sites by Forbes Magazine in 2000. Additionally, Patton’s past work experience includes single-family patio home development, energy trading and serving as an international sales manager for a Fortune 500 tech firm.
Partial Client List
- Gables Residential
- Oden Hughes
- Trammel Crow Residential
- Connect Commercial Real Estate Top Broker 2021 - Texas
- GlobeSt Multifamily Influencer of 2020
- Heavy Hitter, Austin Business Journal
- Heavy Hitter, San Antonio Business Journal
- CoStar Power Broker, 2007-2021
- CRE Multifamily Transaction of the Year, Austin Business Journal, 2018
- Newmark National Multihousing Broker of the Year, 2015-2018
- Co-founder, ARA Central Texas office, 2005
- Member, National Multihousing Council Political Action Committee
- Member, ULI (Urban Land Institute) Austin
- Member, University of Texas Real Estate Center (REFIC)
- Gala chairman, Dell Children’s Hospital, 2019-2020
- Co-chair, Trinity Episcopal School Promise Campaign, 2019
Mr. Jones graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science.