Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is getting acquainted with the national real estate market, having quietly founded a commercial real estate brokerage company in June, according to real estate news website Bisnow. Jones’ new company predictably includes the ubiquitous “blue star” in its name – Blue Star Commercial Real Estate LLC. He has hired several former Swearingen Realty Group executives to lead the privately held brokerage firm, Bisnow reported. Former Swearingen Senior VP Rob Wolfle was brought on as president of Blue Star Commercial Real Estate, according to his LinkedIn profile. Wolfle was with Dallas-based Swearingen for nearly 16 years before joining Jones’ new firm. The Dallas Morning News has reached out to Wolfle for comment about the new role and company. The firm is focused on representing investors in capital markets deals “across the nation,” according to Bisnow, which cites conversations with Blue Star Commercial Real Estate Executive VP Tom Brosseau. Click to read more at www.dallasnews.com.