Greg Gerard, Principal Broker
Greg has the Professional and Life Experience to Serve You Well
Greg has had extensive professional experience working for Bank of Hawaii as well as other banks on the mainland. In 1998 he turned his efforts here in Hawaii to the real estate profession, first as the Executive Officer for the Kona Board of Realtors, responsible for association management and facilitating the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics, then in 1999 he become a Realtor with Clark Realty and was recognized as Rookie Top Producer that year. In 2002 Greg became a Real Estate Broker and in 2009 was the overall Top Producer for Clark Realty Corporation, the largest Brokerage on the Island. Greg has also ranked in the “Top 100 Realtors”, state wide, as recognized in “Hawaii Business Magazine”.
During the course of his real estate career he has devoted the time and energy to continuing education achieving designations as; Broker, GRI, Graduate of the Realtor Institute, CRS, Certified Residential Specialist, ABR, Accredited as a Buyers Representative and CIPS, a Certified International Property Specialist and now is the Principal Broker for his own boutique company, Kona-Kohala Realty LLC.
Greg’s affiliations have included; National Ski Patrol, Friends of the Children’s Advocacy Center, Exchange Club, Volunteer Fireman EMT on San Juan Island WA, Little League Coach for the renown Friday Harbor Royals, Past President Kona Toastmasters, then a District Governor and the Past President of Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce, leading the 1995 participation in the state wide Small Business Congress, an initiative to inform and influence State Government to improve the climate for business in Hawaii. Greg also served in the United States Marine Corp as a CAP Marine, (the Marines other war in Vietnam), with ten Marines and a Navy Corpsman living with the villagers outside the wire, engaged in civil affairs and counter insurgency efforts. Greg relates well with all people of good will and has a strong dedication to freedom with responsibility for all.
After doing everything possible, Greg would rather be lucky than smart and rather be blessed by God, than lucky.