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Jason Hughes is president, CEO, and owner of Hughes Marino. Jason began his commercial real estate career in the 1980s working for Cushman & Wakefield in the Century City area of Los Angeles. He later moved to San Diego where he has represented corporate, non-profit and municipal tenants in their lease and purchase negotiations for nearly thirty nears. For more information about ACT, or to find out about how to join, visit actrealestate.org, or email info@actrealestate.org.

A Time to ACT. New nonprofit fights back against the unethical practice of dual-agency brokerage.

A Time to ACT. New nonprofit fights back against the unethical practice of dual-agency brokerage.

A glaring and dubious conflict of interest has long been rampant in the world of commercial real estate. This practice known as “dual agency” describes a brokerage firm that represents both landlords and tenants in the same negotiation. It should be obvious to a first-year law student— or even someone with just a passing knowledge […]

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