| Managing Broker

Jonathan Woolf is a proud son of Cathy and Joseph Woolf. He was raised in Palm Beach County and grew up in the real estate industry by his father’s side.

Jonathan at a young age had entrepreneurial spirit, running his own lawn maintenance company at age 12. When he was little, Jonathan began with licking stamps and sweeping the floors at Woolf Realty. Once he graduated from Santaluces High School, he went on to earn his Real Estate License and later passed the Real Estate Broker Exam. Jonathan was blessed with a unique opportunity to learn from industry leaders like his father and colleagues.

Managing many parts of the family business over the years, Jonathan has grown into a trusted leader and innovator in the community. He also has committed personally, professionally to (CANI) constant and never-ending improvement. It is his passion and tenacity that make him successful.

Jonathan is always figuring out a way to better him and the company. He earned his the designation Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) and also became a Certified Air Conditioning Technician from Palm Beach State College. Jonathan also became skilled in construction, electric, plumbing and heating, and cooling, all of which helps his customers in the end. And he isn’t stopping there, will be furthering his education with many different programs, such as:

  • Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM): an expert in commercial and investment industry.
  • (e-PRO®) Certification Program: helps make the business more efficient. By becoming an e-PRO®, Jonathan will learn to use some of the most advanced real estate technology, which will help provide exceptional service to you and your family.
  • Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB): raises professional standards, strengthens individual and office performance and brokerage management.

Jonathan and his wife, Heather, have two children – Kaelan and Elyannah. Living in Jupiter, they enjoy the outdoors; surfing, fishing, paddle boarding and boating and they spend time golfing and serving at their home church, Christ Fellowship.