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Real estate executive

David Albin Jasin, American real estate executive.


Jasin, David Albin was born on June 19, 1942 in Pittsburgh. Son of Albin Anthony Jasin and Ann Marie Kelmeckis.


Bachelor of Science, Florida State University, 1964. Postgraduate, University Florida, 1965. Postgraduate, University West Florida, 1976.


Commercial mortgage officer, real estate appraiser Travelers Insurance Company, Orlando, Florida, 1969-1970, Atlanta, 1970-1971. Various positions Continental Mortgage Investors, 1971-1973. Senior officer Great American Mortgage Investors, 1973-1974.

Executive vice president Boykin Investments, Mobile, Alabama, 1974-1975. Private practice real estate consultant Destin, Florida, 1975-1977. Executive vice president, general manager Fairfield Harbour, New Bern, North Carolina, 1977-1979.

Senior vice president United States Home Company, Houston, 1979-1980. Vice president production Babcock Company division Weyerhaeuser Corporation, 1980-1982. Senior manager Hong Leong Group, Singapore, 1982-1984.

Managing director Jasin and Assocs./Cross Creek Investments Inc./Cross Creek Realty Inc., Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, since 1984. Consultant Urban Redevelopment Authority Government of Singapore, 1982-1985, real estate expert sitness.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Served to captain United States Air Force, 1965-1969. Fellow British Institute Management. Member American Society Appraisers (senior, international board examiners), National Association Review Appraisers, Administrative Management Society, National Association Corporation Real Estate Executives (founding), Urban Institute, Mortgage Bankers Association American, American Economics Association, Singapore Institute Management, Marketing Institute Singapore, Professional Diving Instructors Association, Sierra Club, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Delta Pi.

Clubs: Toastmasters.


Married Betty Church, June 26, 1965.

Albin Anthony Jasin

Ann Marie Kelmeckis

Betty Church