After successful careers as a tradesman and then as a customer service representative, moving into real estate was a natural and easy transition for Jason.
“I have discovered that real estate isn't just about selling property, it's more about building relationships and earning the trust of the people I serve while helping them to find the right home or selling their property for the best possible price. There's nothing better than helping someone to find their dream home and being part of one of the biggest decisions of their life whether it's their first house or their tenth.”
Jason values what the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie have to offer and he understands what attracts buyers to the area.
“It's important for me to keep on top of what's happening in the marketplace as this assists me in offering the best advice and recommendations to my clients. I believe it's very important to ask the right questions in order to have an understanding of what each individual client expects so I can help them sell their property with the least amount of stress possible.”
What interested Jason in pursuing a career in real estate was he could marry his love of the industry with his sense of wanting to help people. Jason has made a strong impression within the industry and the community as customers recognise and value Jason for his friendly, easy-going nature and intimate knowledge of the local property market. His high-level personal service, solid industry knowledge, and a down-to-earth disposition are the reasons why Jason is a sought-after real estate agent. His instinctive tendency to go above and beyond the call of duty to help people led him from working as a tradesman in industrial electronics to serving people in the property market.
Born a team player, Jason has represented the Newcastle Knights in the top grade and has celebrated two premierships in the local first grade rugby league competition. After hanging up the boots, Jason has contributed his time as president of a local footy club which progressed to position as a director of the Newcastle Rugby League committee. He now sits as secretary of the always popular, Newcastle Knights Old Boys Club which is affiliated with charity partner The Mark Hughes Foundation.