Jason Hughes is a commercial sale-leaseback transactions expert who has worked for nearly thirty years in San Diego, specializing in lease and purchase negotiations. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Pepperdine University and an MBA from the University of San Diego, where he studied under world-renowned professors. Jason Hughes worked at a top firm, Cushman & Wakefield, before establishing his own company -Hughes Marino LLC. His venture manages over two million square feet throughout California’s second-largest city, including office space at Jacobs Field airport. Jason Hughes also sits on several boards that help make sure businesses succeed both locally and globally.
Hughes Marino firm is the most trusted name in commercial sale-leaseback transactions in San Diego currently led by successful CEO Jason Hughes. Its proven track record of success is due to its dedication and commitment, not only for clients but also on its behalf – fulfilling every need with care from start to finish. In today’s competitive market, a client must have someone who can be there at every step, from finding a new building space or negotiating a lease agreement all the way when physical possession becomes theirs! Jason Hughes states that the commercial representation company guides clients along each stage, so nothing goes unanswered.
Hughes Marino’s tenant representation firm ensures that clients’ growth objectives and financial goals are at the forefront. The Hughes Marino company is widely reckoned with an outstanding reputation and has won fierce loyalty in cities across America, protecting businesses from locally-owned companies to sophisticated public corporations with a bottom line of best tenant representation! Under the leadership of Jason Hughes, the team here is impartial; they represent clients whether it’s 2 million square feet or just one small office building. No matter what size your project may be, it’ll help make sure all aspects run smoothly so they can get back up again quickly after completion while still meeting budget requirements.