Since the beginning of Kevin’s real estate career in 2002 he immediately became a leader and a knowledgeable expert in his field. Shortly after beginning his successful career, Kevin joined forces with his brother Brendon Kearney and formed the Kearney Brothers Real Estate. To date they have completed over 300 transactions. They continue to work together on mutual projects.
In 2011 he started working in Marin to be closer to home and enjoy the area with his family. He specializes in San Francisco and Marin and began working with Stacy Hart, a 12 year real estate veteran. In 2012, they formed the Kearney Hart Group. As a team they put to work over 24 years of Marketing and Sales experience for you.
Quality, honesty and integrity are critical values in real estate and in life. With these as his guiding principles, he strives to provide the highest levels of customer service and to exceed your expectations. His goal is not to just sell real estate but to help you achieve your dream of home ownership.
EDUCATION & LICENSING:
- Bachelor of Science: Management & Marketing
Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO – May 1991
- Department of Real Estate – Salesperson License No. 01355515
State of California – October 2002
- Certified Residential Specialist—November 2010 ~ Present
ARTICLES & AWARDS:
- Vanguard Properties Top Producer 2011-2015
- Coldwell Banker International Presidents Elite©
Top 2% of Coldwell Banker Agents Internationally – 2004 – 2010
- Five Star Agent Award 2013-2015
- Quoted in Harvard Business School Case Study for work at HandsOn Bay Area
- Broker Agent Magazine – November 2004
- Hour of Power: Tips on Volunteering San Francisco Chronicle, November 29, 2002
- Tam Valley improvement Club (TVIC) Board member 2014- 2015
- HandsOn Bay Area – Volunteer since 1998, Board of Directors 2005 – 2013, Chair 2006 – 2012
- Camp Okizu – Summer Camp Volunteer Counselor 2000-2005, Family Camp Volunteer
- California AIDS Ride and Lifecycle – CAR 6,7; ALC 6—Raised over $15,000
- Local Hero’s Award, 2007—Bank of America—$5,000 grant to HandsOn Bay Area
- Habitat for Humanity