Jason Helpers is a developer in real estate in charge of his family business since 2010. He is part of a third generation company dealing in real estate with an over 50year experience and outstanding track in construction and property management. He has a fast-paced liver, combining fatherhood and career at Helpers Enterprises, a Westchester firm founded by his father and rebranded as JMH in the late 1990s.The forty two year old is the principal of JHM Developers, a top developer in real estate in the United States which provides full services in real estate for both commercial and residential property, based in the New York City with some of its projects running in Miami. Halpern loves to race cars, which he gave up due to financial problems, which forced him to leave it and focus his attention to running the family business.
JMH provides high quality and long lasting property born out of its unique knowledge of the market, skill and on-site expertise. Today, the company is pioneer of the industry because of this great achievements.
Jason and his company have a peculiar passion for developing real estates in historic towns. He does this by maintaining a strong relationship with the communities around where he builds, which is the greatest value upheld by his company throughout their operations. MH focuses on reusing adaptable projects and historical site restoration .JMH is known for its many outstanding projects, the the Townhouses of Cobble Hill, where 9 luxury townhouses were added.
With a heart for charity and mankind, he dedicates his resources and time to these. Joel A Helpers Trauma Center at Westchester Medical Centre is a major beneficiary of Helpers contributions. The Centre is equipped with relevant talent and technology for open heart surgery, complicated neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery. The level1 Centre also provides care for victims of burns, multiple life threatening injuries and expectant women and children.
As another way of giving to charity, JMH in 2015 launched a collaboration with global water, a nonprofit organization, giving part of their earnings to finance water projects in Ethiopia and Nepal.