With an extensive background in sales, Jason Arena knows the ins and outs of running a successful business and how clients should be treated. After receiving a degree in graphic design, Jason opened his own graphic design firm in the Bay Area focusing on numerous clients and their business needs. Managing his own company gave him the skills necessary to understand clients needs and how to deliver results.
A resident of Los Angeles for the past 12 years, Jason transferred his business acumen into the real estate market focusing on Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills and West Hollywood. He has also sold properties in Bel-Air, Brentwood, Holmby Hills, Little Holmby, Westwood and has expanded his real estate expertise to sales in the valley including Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Encino and the surrounding areas. He has worked with buyers and sellers from all walks of life including first time home buyers, captains of industry, international executives and celebrities. No matter the size of the purchase or sale, all of his clients are treated with the utmost respect and a guarantee of confidentiality. Jason's attention to detail when negotiating contract ensures his clients get the best results.
Attributing his success to his constant and continuous education and market awareness, Jason regularly attends architectural seminars, N.A.R. and C.A.R. presentations and meetings to stay ahead of the ever-changing market trends and real estate laws. Staying current keeps Jason ahead of his competition, "I cannot tell you the number of clients who have come to me after a bad experience with another realtor who simply lacked the education and market awareness to help them achieve their real estate goals. When that happens, my goal is to deliver the very best client experience and secure a client for life. My father taught me that a man is only as good as his word and if you keep your word many will respect you. Even when someone else goes back on their word or cheats or mistreats you, you can hold your head high knowing you did the right thing and you did your best."