For over a decade, Jason Bauer has benefited his real estate clients with a deep knowledge of the market, commitment to personal service, and staunch attention to detail. This seasoned Associate Broker has enjoyed working in various capacities of the business as a rental and sales agent, office assistant, processing manager, and currently Manager for Weichert’s Soho office.
Above all, Jason remains dedicated to his clients, whose needs are top priority. In addition to actively representing buyers, sellers and renters, he continues to find great properties for investors which command a premium for rentals and consistently appreciate in value.
Born and raised in West Hartford, Connecticut, Jason graduated from Tufts University with degrees in Archaeology and Economics. Fourteen summers spent in Tuscany working as the Assistant Director of the Poggio Civitate Archaeological Project, an Etruscan excavation located in Murlo, Italy afforded him an affinity for travel, food and wine, and the Italian language (in which he is proficient). Jason has helped many foreign real estate clients who appreciate his understanding of European living and intimate knowledge of NYC.
A Manhattan resident for many years, Jason is passionate about the city’s diverse communities. Though he considers himself a “naturalized” Manhattanite having lived in the East Village, Union Square, Murray Hill, Soho, the Upper West Side and now Greenwich/West Village, he has become an expert in Brooklyn, particularly in his favorite area of Williamsburg.
Outside of work, Jason can usually be found surrounded by food, either in one of his favorite restaurants or testing new recipes with friends and clients. He is a wine enthusiast with a vast collection, and an avid traveler with Morocco and Japan his most recent jaunts. Jason is an active member of various organizations, including Young Friends of FAI, The Whitney Contemporaries, The Etruscan Foundation, The Leslie-Lohman Museum, SAGE, and Tufts University Alumni Association; He also serves as President of the Murlo Foundation.