Jason Mittman: “Real Estate Investing in an Age of Uncertainty”

This video of Jason sharing how he invests in real estate today in this “Age of Uncertainty” was recorded as part of the Real Estate Experts Summit ongoing series. Jason’s short biography is below the video.

Jason is passionate about family, friends, the outdoors, commercial real estate, public speaking, and business coaching. He is a competitive athlete and a mountaineer.

He is a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker, CCIM, Society of Exchange Counselors (SEC) Member, and holds a degree in business from the University of Texas, San Antonio. Jason has over 25 years of commercial real estate expertise including analysis, sourcing, development, construction, leasing, finance, acquisition, disposition, and brokerage. Mr. Mittman has invested in, owned and developed across the spectrum of real estate including medical office, multi-family, multi-tenant retail, land, hospitality, & single tenant assets. Jason has worked on complex commercial transactions with a variety of issues including entitlement, environmental, lease, finance, cross-easement, eminent domain, foreclosure, defeasance, development, and re-development. Jason has negotiated difficult leases, development and construction, as well as building purchases and sales with a long list of companies.

Jason is active in his local community of San Marcos, TX and has supported a variety of causes and events from passing school bonds to the Sunshine Kids. He is passionate about giving thought provoking presentations and leadership workshops. He has spoken to a variety of audiences from Chambers of Commerce, Schools, to fortune 500 companies on the topic of “Lessons from the world’s most brutal races.”

Jason raced for 16 years on the elite adventure racing team: “Team Vignette”. The team has 7 national championships, 53 first place overall finishes, and 88 top 3 overall finishes. He has served on a variety of boards and committees including the US-Israel Science and Technology Foundation, International Technology and Trade Network, The Young Survival Coalition, PESOMEX, Anti-Defamation League, the San Marcos School Bond Committee, Camp Young Judea, and the Hays County Family Justice Center.