Sarah Jordan, Broker/Founder
Sarah’s competitive drive and pursuit of excellence sets her apart; and her skills have been honed over years of year estate experience.
Sarah grew up on a large commercial farm operation on the Indiana/Ohio Stateline near Richmond, IN; “Jordan Farms” is a fifth generation corn/soybean/wheat and farrow-to-finish hog operation run by her parents, Uncle, and two brothers.
She attended Richmond High School where she was Valedictorian, Senior Class President, 10 Year 4-Her where she exhibited multiple projects including livestock, and Miss Wayne County 2007.
Sarah received a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University, attended the University of Cincinnati Law School studying contract and property law, and has several years’ experience as a Financial Services Officer with Farm Credit Mid-America (Greensburg, IN office) where she made lasting connections with local farmers and real estate industry specialists.
Sarah was licensed in 2016 and has worked with Premier Properties and HUFF Realty prior to obtaining her Managing Broker designation and starting LUXE Real Estate in July 2020. She is truly passionate about negotiating for her clients, understanding wealth transitions, and everything to do with “THE LAND.”
Sarah’s focus is listing high-end homes and farm estates throughout the Tri-State Region. LUXE has grown quickly and Sarah is humbled to manage a highly professional, experienced team of Brokers.
She has sold nearly twenty five million dollars in her five year career.
Sarah owns three historic commercial buildings in Dearborn County and enjoys renovation, architecture, horseback riding, and cooking. Sarah lives in an 1890 brick farmhouse/mini farm in Saint Leon, IN where she resides with her Pony “Geronimo,” two barn cats, eleven chickens, and a rooster.
Sarah is an elected Director of the Southeastern Indiana Board of REALTORS, Former Lawrenceburg Redevelopment Commission Member, has served on the Board of the Dearborn County Homebuilders Association, involved with Dearborn County Young Professionals, Lawrenceburg MainStreet, Indiana Farm Bureau, and Saint Lawrence Catholic Church.