NAI Elite
901 Farmington Avenue, First Floor
West Hartford, CT United States 06119
t+1 877 327 3755 Ext 202 m+1 860 996 4650 f+1 877 327 756
Associate Director

Specialties: Office, Retail

Scope of Service Experience
John comes from a real estate family, with all immediate family members being involved in active brokerage, property management, and real estate investment. While working at Dallas Texas Consultants, John gained business to business sales and client acquisition experience. These skills in combination with his family’s real estate work ethic make John a very capable sales associate. He is skilled in seller and buyer representation, as well as tenant representation.
Background & Experience
John was born and raised in Newport Beach California. He is the youngest son of John Clay Lockhart senior who, before his passing, ran a very successful Century 21 franchise office known as Lockhart Realty. John’s brother is a Berkshire Hathaway broker in San Diego California, and his sister is an active real estate investor and property manager in true Northern California. His mother manages the various Southern California properties acquired by his late father. John left California to attend college at UTA in Texas. John and his wife spent a year in Dallas post-college, there John worked at an outsourced sales and marketing firm. After gaining face to face sales and client acquisition experience John and his wife decided to move to Hartford. His wife works at the Hartford Courant and John joined on with NAI Elite. Having always wanted to pursue commercial real estate, John is very excited to be on the team.
Attended the University of Texas at Arlington, earning a Bachelor of Arts in History with a Minor in German.
His undergraduate research project focused on actions and ethical standards of the Texas Rangers during their involvement in the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).
Professional Associations & Designations
NAI Elite
NAI Global Member
“Certificate of German Proficiency” granted by the University of Texas System