CNBC | Mar 28, 2017
Sean Conlon was born and raised in the small town of Rathangan in County Kildare, Ireland. His family of seven lived in a modest home of under 1,000 square feet. His parents struggled and, at one... Read Article
Hollywood Outbreak | Mar 27, 2017
On the new show The Deed: Chicago real estate mogul Sean Conlon helps people who are in a bit of trouble with their property project. Conlon, an Irish immigrant who came to the U.S. with just $500 in... Read Article
Find Your Seen | Mar 27, 2017
Real estate mogul Sean Conlon helps property flippers in dire need of help on CNBC’s new program The Deed: Chicago, and during this year’s TCA sessions I had the chance of asking him about the secret... Read Article
Men's Book | Mar 27, 2017
Photography by Quinn Wharton
From a self-taught artist whose iconic work has been exhibited all over the world to a real estate entrepreneur moonlighting as a TV show co-host, the men of... Read Article
Business Insider | Mar 24, 2017
In 1990, Seán Conlon came to America from Ireland with only $500.
Supporting himself by working as a janitor, he eventually cold-called his way to a career in real estate.
Today, the real... Read Article
Chicago Suntimes | Mar 13, 2017
Chicago real estate investor Sean Conlon works with homebuyers from Roscoe Village to the South Side in CNBC’s “The Deed: Chicago.” The show debuts at 9 p.m. March 29.
“There’s a lot of real... Read Article
Bisnow | Mar 08, 2017
Sean Conlon is at the top of his game in the real estate industry. He has the confidence of celebrity investors like John Cusack and Bill Rancic, a global network of business contacts, and is equally... Read Article
Leinster Leader | Mar 03, 2017
Rathangan native, Sean Conlon is set to make his TV debut in the US with his new show “The Deed: Chicago”.
The reality television show, will premier on March 29 at 10pm Easter on CNBC.... Read Article
Michigan Avenue Magazine | Feb 28, 2017
Chicago real estate mogul Sean Conlon goes Hollywood with CNBC's The Deed.
“I had no interest [in] being on television,” Sean Conlon admits. Come March, though, that’s exactly where the Conlon... Read Article
Gracenote | Feb 23, 2017
Many shows about house flipping make the process look relatively painless, despite the potential setbacks in renovating or building a home.
And then, there’s “The Deed.”
CNBC’s entry in the... Read Article