Jason Mandel has nearly two decades of real estate sales experience and is recognized as a leader within the luxury market.
With his finesse in negotiation, personal style, and stand-out sense of humor, he is alluring the most prestigious & affluent as well as modern millennials, who find Jason the only one they can trust and who understands their needs - Jason has a valued data-driven proposition that everyone wants. As a regular on the HGTV television network, Jason appeared on six seasons of “Get it Sold” and “House Hunters” and has been featured in Capitol File, Washingtonian Magazine, DC Modern Luxury Magazine, CBS News, NBC News, FOX News DC,ABC News and WTOP radio.
Not only has he worked with a number of Fortune 500 CEO’s, professional athletes, and political celebrities, he was named one of the Washington Area’s Top 50 most influential business people by DC Inno/Streetwise Media, and one of the DC Region’s top real estate brokers in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 by Washingtonian Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine and Virginia Living Magazine. He is ranked as one of “America’s Best” real estate agents by RealTrends, the national gatekeeper of residential real estate statistics.
Jason was born in New Orleans, which perhaps is where he gets his spice for life, which he has brought to the Capital Area for the past 30+ years. He distinguished himself as a top producer in the McLean office of Coldwell Banker, and moved his practice to Washington Fine Properties in 2010. He studied communications at James Madison University, and completed an executive certificate program in advanced negotiation studies at Harvard University.
Jason prides himself on working in all price ranges with a distinct keen eye for ‘luxury at every level’ throughout Northern Virginia,Washington, DC, Suburban Maryland, and the Virginia Countryside. Jason has a rescue dog, Mr.Arthur Miller (“Artie”), is an avid sailor, fitness enthusiast, and his favorite foods are Korean BBQ and traditional Indian cuisine. Jason’s passion for real estate makes his job one that he enjoys and considers himself lucky to be doing what he loves.