Jason Halpern is a successful realtor. He has several years of experience in real estate development. Jason has earned respect as an accomplished businessperson. He grew up in a family that was in the real estate business. Therefore, it wasn’t hard for him to venture in the same business. He’s a manager at JMH Development, which is a company owned by his family. Since took over the family business in 2010, his leadership has contributed to the company’s success.
Halpern has worked at JMH for over 50 years. He uses his experience to develop the company into a leading real estate firm. JMH Development is among the top real estate firms in Westchester County and New York City.
The primary job of the company is to construct archaeological buildings. They restore historic sites. These projects help them stand out from other real estate firms. Construction of historic buildings is an excellent investment as it attracts local and international tourists.
The real estate company also develops beautiful apartments from warehouse buildings. The luxury properties bring a lot of income to JMH Development.
Jason ensures that his company provides the best services to clients. Every building that JMH Development constructs is always unique, and that’s what helps them keep their customers. The goal of the company is to build luxurious and incredible houses in areas that have high-end living standards.
Jason is also a philanthropist. He’s a member of several charitable organizations such as The Joel Halpern Trauma Center and the Westchester Fraternity. Jason invests his time and money on the organizations to change the lives of other people. He provides the Westchester Fraternity with essential tools for emergency neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery as well as open-heart surgery.
Jason Halpern believes that the facility should ensure pregnant women and children are treated like other patients. He donates $20,000 million to global water charity projects. Some of the countries that benefit from this water project include Ethiopia and Nepal.