Congratulations to Jason Nagel! He is celebrating his 2-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate this June and is based in our West Portal office.

Jason Nagel has absolutely loved calling San Francisco his home since 2001. From Orange Fridays at AT&T Park and volunteering at the SPCA to climbing the Moraga steps and walking through Golden Gate Park; Jason takes advantage of everything this unique city has to offer. And as a REALTOR® for Zephyr, he is delighted to assist people in achieving their real estate dreams, in what he considers to be one of the most magical places on earth.

Jason keeps a steadfast focus when it comes to assisting both buyers and sellers: to make their needs paramount. With over 20 years of experience in customer service, he knows that every client has a unique set of concerns, and he considers it his duty and pleasure to fill those needs and exceed all expectations. Jason strives to educate and guide his clients through the steps of a process that can typically be complicated. By simplifying each moving part, his clients are able to focus on the experience, leading them to a successfully closed transaction.

Jason has an unwavering commitment to his clients and creating lifelong relationships that reach beyond transactions. He continues to ignite and foster an immense network of colleagues and tradespeople across the community with only one promise: to earn their trust and honor it for life.

We got to know Jason a little better when catching up with him about his Zephyr anniversary.

1. What neighborhood/city do you live in and why and what do you love best about it?
“When I moved here in 2001, I lived in the Mission, and LOVED it. Then, in 2009 I met my soon-to-be wife, and moved into her place in Golden Gate Heights. It’s deliciously quiet, compared to the Mission. I love taking walks around the surrounding neighborhoods and finding secret stairways. We’re a short walk to the 9th and Irving corridor, with all its great restaurants and locally owned shops. I can’t explain the sudden rise in ice-cream shops, but I’m researching it! We’re also super close to Golden Gate Park, which is a real treasure of the city.”

2. If you were not a real estate agent, what would you be doing?
“Just more of what I do in my spare time. I’d probably be traveling the world, camping, watching a lot of Giants baseball and volunteering with dogs at the SPCA. I’d be broke, but I’d be really happy.”

3. Do you have a favorite architectural style or building in the Bay Area, or in the world?
“We just travelled to Italy, and I was floored by all the classical architecture there. What they created without modern building techniques or materials just blew my mind. The Duomo in Milan is so massive and ornate, you could just look at it for days and keep finding new details. It took over 600 years to complete. Must’ve been problems with the permitting!”