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Jason J. Lestina ALC AFM

 2681 US Hwy 34, Oswego, IL
  IL Real Estate Managing Broker | IN Real Estate Managing Broker | Accredited Land Consultant | Accredited Farm Manager
About Jason J. Lestina ALC AFM

Jason J. Lestina, Illinois Licensed Real Estate Managing Broker, Licensed Indiana Real Estate Managing Broker, Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), and Accredited Farm Manager (AFM), joined the Land Pro LLC team in April 2017 and provides real estate brokerage and property management services.

Jason holds the designations of Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), which is a highly regarded REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI) designation within the land brokerage profession, and the Accredited Farm Manager (AFM) designation, which is awarded by the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA). Jason is one of eighteen individuals in the United States to hold both the ALC and AFM designations.

The ALC and AFM designations are earned through years of experience, education, testing, and adherence to strict requirements for standards, ethics, and continuing education. As an ALC and AFM, Jason is afforded the opportunity to maximize the management and potential sale of land through various advertising platforms, education, and networking. Currently, Jason manages over 4,500 acres of land in Illinois and Indiana for absentee landowners.

Jason was previously employed by the Northern Trust for ten years, with the last five of those years as a Trust Department Real Estate Portfolio Manager. His responsibilities included management of 18,000 farmland acres, as well as oversight management for other agricultural property managers.

Jason is a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from NIU’s College of Business.

Jason is actively involved with his family crop and cattle operation in Will County. Jason, his wife Kelly, and his son reside in Aurora, Illinois.

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