Jason Elkins

Your Personal Guide Through the Home Buying Process

Jason is driven by his desire to help others achieve their dreams. Those that know him best, describe him as outgoing, attentive, and knowledgeable, with a unique perspective on life in Arizona. Jason has traveled extensively throughout the world, and enjoys helping newcomers find and purchase their new Arizona home. Whether you’re moving for a career, to be closer to family, or just to enjoy a different climate, Jason will patiently and expertly help make the transition easy and fun. Jason’s knowledge of the local real estate market also attracts sellers, wanting to sell their homes quickly, for the best price, with the least amount of hassle. Whether you’re buying, or selling, Jason will work diligently to help you achieve your real estate goals, while keeping you updated on every step along the way, right up until the moment the transaction closes.

Jason’s resume includes time served as a US Army Pathfinder, a stint managing a resort in the Caribbean, and nine years running an upscale fly fishing and ecotourism travel business. He is also a PADI Advanced Open Water SCUBA Diver, former Montana fly fishing guide, and a third generation commercial hot air balloon pilot. He lives in Goodyear with his wife Tuanya, their son Jackson, and the family’s two dogs.

Jason has earned the MCNE (Master Certified Negotiation Expert), GSI (Graduate of the Success Institute), and the CMRS (Certified Military Residential Specialist) designations, demonstrating his commitment to representing his clients at the highest level.

Awards & Designations

Master Certified Negotiation Expert
Graduate of the Success Institute
Certified Military Residential Specialist

Jason Elkins

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