A native of Baltimore, Jeremy is a graduate of Gilman School and Johns Hopkins University. He then earned his law degree at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Upon admission to the Maryland Bar, Jeremy joined his family’s law firm, Batoff Associates, P.A. Pursuing his passion for real estate, Jeremy continued his education at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, earning a Master’s Degree in Real Estate and Infrastructure. Jeremy earned his Associate Broker designation in 2018 and joined the Hubble Bisbee Group.
In addition to real estate, Jeremy dedicates much of his time to non-profit organizations. In concert with his brother, Justin Batoff, Jeremy founded the Old Line Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that promotes social engagement and fundraising efforts among young professionals in support of Baltimore area charitable organizations and the arts. Furthermore, Jeremy has held leadership roles in supporting other non-profits such as The Walters Art Museum, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland Art Place, The Valleys Planning Council, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The New York Botanical Gardens. Additionally, Jeremy is a member of the Alumni Association Board of Governors at Gilman School, as well as a Trustee of Ladew Topiary Gardens.
A steeplechase enthusiast, Jeremy campaigns race horses in the Maryland timber racing circuit, including four-time Maryland Hunt Cup runner Prospector’s Strike, ridden by his amateur jockey brother, Justin. The brothers reside on their Greenspring Valley horse farm with their SPCA rescue, Pippa. When not in Maryland, Jeremy regularly spends time in the Soho neighborhood of downtown Manhattan, further extending his broad and unique knowledge of the real estate market.