Whether it be entrepreneurship or TV hosting, Sean Conlon has actively directed his career in multiple dimension. However, his first and foremost choice was to become a successful businessman.
Traveling from Ireland to England and England to the United States looking for a job was never an easy task for Sean. He had to go through many ups and downs, highs and lows, before making a firm position as one of the leading sellers of the residential estate in the U.S.
Conlon made a name for himself by buying small homes and replacing them with three-story condominiums and single-family homes.
Carrying on his business journey, Conlon formed an Illinois-based real estate brokerage firm, Sussex in January 2000. The firm was quickly the leading player in Chicago residential real estate until he sold it in 2006.
After returning to residential real estate brokerage in 2009, Conlon became affiliated with one of the world’s best real estate networks, Christie’s International Real Estate in June 2013. Furthermore, he launched Conlon Capital, to focus on commercial real estate lending in 2017.
Sean Conlon‘s Bio With Family
Sean Conlon, age 49, was born in 1969, in Birmingham, the United Kingdom. Possessing the Irish-English ethnicity, Sean carries English nationality.
Conlon’s upbringing was in a low-income family of seven living in a small house situated at Rathangan, County Kildare, Ireland. Though his family condition was not stable, Sean generated an insatiable appetite for reading about American business success stories from the young age.
Later on, his businessman father, John Conlon, became uncanny health-wise, which hampered the business from the root. Following that, Conlon dropped out of the college and moved to London with the hopes to start working himself.
In 2000, his father left the world to tour his journey up to the heaven. It was quite a massive task for Sean to get out of the grief as his father was his big inspiration.
Sean Conlon pays tribute to late-father John Conlon on 8 September 2017 (Photo: Sean Conlon’s Instagram)
It was on 8 September 2017 when Sean Instagrammed the vintage picture of his dad remembering him on his 17th death anniversary. Through his caption, Sean stated that he misses his father every single day.
Besides his father, Sean is also close to his beautiful mother. He was spotted wishing her on the occasion of Mother’s Day via the Facebook post on 11 March 2018.
His CNBC Career Plus Net Worth
After nourishing his career in real estate, Sean’s next motive was to make a name for himself in the world of media. It was in 2016 when CNBC announced Sean as the co-host of the new reality TV docu-series, The Deed.
As of Sean Conlon’s net worth, he is a self-made millionaire. When he started in real estate, he sold an apartment for $230,000. He amassed an annual salary of $14,000 at the time. With the time being, his income kept on climbing the new heights, which have put him safe playing with the millions.
Conlon Files Lawsuit Against Ex-Girlfriend!
The reputed real estate pioneer, Sean Conlon went berserk against his ex-girlfriend after she tried to extort hundreds of thousands of dollars from him with the company of her mother.
The lawsuit was filed in 2012, where Conlon stated that Ella Pantoliano and Raisa Haeems threatened him with public embarrassment if he didn’t pay them $500,000.
Conlon was enjoying a long-standing relationship with Ella until 2010. He gave her the privilege to use his credit cards and also paid her expenses. However, the use of credit card continued even after they parted ways with one another.
Following the charge, not much of Conlon’s married life is revealed on social networking sites. By the looks of it, he seems to keep the wife and relationship buzz confined to himself.