Thursday, November 2 , 2-4pm
Front Room, 2nd Floor of the Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Langley Road
Join commercial banking officer Jason Joiner for this approachable workshop for understanding commercial lease agreements, negotiation tactics for the local market, and key regulations and clauses that can make or break your business.
Jason Joiner, CCIM
Vice President, Commercial Banking Officer
Jason Joiner along with his wife Tina, both lifelong Coupeville residents, are raising their small herd of boys on their growing flower farm near Fort Casey State Park. Jason is active within his local church and currently serves on the boards for the Whidbey Community Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Oak Harbor Rotary, and several professional associations. He was previously chair of the Island County Housing Authority and has served on numerous housing boards and taskforces pursuing the goal of a fully housed community.
Jason studied business and economics at the University of Texas, holds a certificate in Business and Commercial Banking from the American Bankers Association, and is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) specializing in commercial and investment property income and cash flow analysis. In 2018, after 13 years as a real estate professional, Jason was appointed to serve a term as Chief Deputy Assessor managing all activities of the Island County Assessor’s office, during which time he was accredited as an appraiser and became intimately familiar with the tax programs designed to keep seniors and disabled people in their homes.
In 2021 Jason transitioned back into the private sector as Vice President, Commercial Banking officer for Peoples Bank where he still serves the lending and banking needs of the business and organizational communities on Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands. In his free time Jason plays music, maintains a fruit orchard, and enjoys camping and hunting as well as fishing, crabbing, and sailing our local waters.
We are offering workshops hybrid, meaning you can choose to attend in person in our classroom or online via Zoom. Please stay home if you are COVID positive or have recently been exposed, or feeling other symptoms of illness.