Jamie Nelson Joins Logic – Reno

Jamie Nelson joins LOGIC Commercial Real Estate Reno with 17 years of experience in commercial real estate and property management. Some of her most proud accomplishments include the build-out of a $6.5 million Homeland Security headquarters in Northern California, the retail buildout and management of a downtown Chicago historical re-use building, and the management of a diverse portfolio in Reno/Sparks. Jamie has been a proud resident of Reno for the past 9 years and has led the successful management and growth of multiple commercial properties in the market. 

Jamie’s experience in construction and project management, property management, and most recently commercial insurance, provide the right combination of property management, vendor relations, and practical consideration to make informed decisions in the Reno market.

“We could not be happier to have Jamie join the Reno Logic team. Her knowledge and expertise in property management will bring a much-needed service to our office and clients. Jamie’s energy and experience will be an enormous value-add to the office. We can’t wait to see what the future holds.” – Ian Cochran and Greg Ruzzine, Directors 

Jamie has her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and maintains a NV Broker/Salesperson Real Estate License and Nevada Property Management Permit. She has a keen eye for detail, is thoughtful, thorough, and effortlessly precise – crucial characteristics in this industry. 

Jamie is a California girl, born and raised in San Jose. She is a wife to her husband Paul and super-mom to her children, Andrew and Emily. The Nelson family is a-buzz with activities: skiing, cheerleading, soccer, baseball, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts. Jamie and her husband are expert tag-teamers for all these activities and still manage to spend time at their family cabin in Truckee, California, and enjoy traveling whenever possible. Some of their favorite destinations are national parks, Hawaii, Spain, Canada, and Mexico.