Jason Hughes started his tenant representation career in the 1980s with Cushman & Wakefield in Los Angeles’ Century City community. He eventually moved to San Diego, where he has managed leases and purchases for commercial, non-profit, and governmental residents. Today, Jason Hughes serves as CEO, chairperson, and owner of Hughes Marino, LLC, based in San Diego. He and his wife Shay have been well-known in the commercial property sector for over two decades.
We know Hughes Marino as San Diego’s largest private resident and purchasing advocacy firm led by Jason Hughes. The successful businessman and his wife Shay have focused their efforts on being market leaders, providing more comprehensive services to clients than the market has ever seen. The Dual Agency Disclosure Bill, introduced by Jason Hughes, was a groundbreaking piece of legislation. Governor Brown signed the bill into law in August 2014, and it took effect on January 1, 2015.
When engaging with a broker that represents both tenants and landlords, commercial occupants must now receive written notice. The businessman is one of San Diego’s and California’s foremost property investment specialists. Over the last 30 years, Jason Hughes has negotiated a substantial amount of tenant lease agreements in and around the Downtown San Diego area.
Jason Hughes graduated from Pepperdine University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He also attended the University of San Diego and received a master’s degree in finance. In addition, Jason Hughes went to other schools for their executive programs, including Harvard University and UCLA’s Anderson School of Business. Hughes has appeared as an industry expert on several TV shows and business periodicals.