With a background in finance and hospitality management, Waylon Jacques' instincts real estate are as exceptional as they are strong. From the onset of his sales career, Waylon established himself as a top producer, setting record price per square foot and highest record sales price on several of his exclusives. He knows what makes a property valuable - not just on paper, but as a place to home. With a wide network of clients, ranging from large business owners and developers to professional athletes and entertainment moguls, Waylon is perfectly positioned to help anyone find their new York dream home.
Raised on the Upper West Side, Waylon understands that different neighborhoods have unique characteristics and idiosyncrasies. Equally, he knows that matching a buyer's needs and preferences with a neighborhood are key. Living what he practices, when choosing his own apartment, Waylon chose the Financial District its vibrant, but not chaotic, personality. As a committed real estate broker, he is available "24/7" which requires accessible, around-the-clock proximity to transportation. "With all of the subways converging at the base of Manhattan and the Financial District's quiet downtown streets, I can't think of a better place to my home."
With diverse passions, Waylon is at once an avid follower of market trends and has a penchant architecture and design. These passions are complimented by his extensive knowledge about and appreciation music. A graduate of the acclaimed Harrt School of Music, his studies in music and business have taught him that the harmony in selling, buying or renting real estate involves listening carefully and knowing exactly where to look, what risks to take, and when to invest. "New York's history is greatly embedded in business and the arts. As a real estate professional and active arts patron, I appreciate the importance of both value and the artistic details that many of my clients desire." Waylon knows that heart, intuition and attention to detail are essential to pairing people and properties.