As the Principal Broker of Vernco Properties, Inc. and with the kind of know-how that comes from 34 years of successfully selling real estate, Vernon has put together smooth, trouble-free transactions (even the most complicated ones) and lots of them too!
Vernon has been awarded the prestigious Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation joining a worldwide referral network of elite global real estate practitioners with expertise in working with international clients as well as immigrants. "This is a highly prestigious award in our industry," said Barbara Schmerzler, CIPS, National Association of Realtors International Operations Committee Chair.
Vernon has earned the coveted Certified Real Estate Brokerage (CRB) designation. CRB is recognized throughout the industry as the highest level of professional achievement - a symbol of excellence in brokerage management. He also holds the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation, which represents an unparalleled dedication to the real estate profession.
Winner of the "People's Choice Award" 2004 Aloha Aina Realtor Awards Program "Recognizing Excellence in the Real Estate Industry" Presented by the Honolulu Board of Realtors, Honolulu Advertiser and First Hawaiian Bank.
Vernon is a dynamo, working full time (and then some) at his profession. He was named one of "Hawaii's Top 100 Realtors" in 2009 and 2010 by the Hawaii Business Magazine.
He was elected to serve as one of the Directors at the Hawaii Association of Realtors, at the Honolulu Board of Realtors and at HiCentralMLS. And, serving on various committees and as a member of the Hawaii Developers' Council has provided him with a wealth of knowledge and contacts to draw on in the real estate business.
Vernon takes pride in his work. Helping people with their real estate needs with honesty, enthusiasm and a positive attitude is what he does best. He loves what he does...that's his secret!
Leaving behind a trail of satisfied clients...that's his best advertising. Past performance may not be the only measure of success, but can you think of a more reassuring criteria?