RE/MAX Hall of Fame: David Healey

May 2, 2018

RE/MAX Gold attracts the best, most productive agents in our region. The Hall of Fame award recognizes Associates who’ve earned more than $1 million in gross commissions with RE/MAX. We will be sharing some of our RE/MAX Gold award recipients in the coming weeks to highlight their achievements.

This week’s Hall of Fame member is David Healey from our Redwood City office.


Born and raised near Liverpool in the United Kingdom, David left England after he graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1990. He lived in different parts of the world – France, Spain and Japan, before settling in the United States in 1995. In 2002, David received his real estate license and began his career in New York. The next year, he ventured to California and worked in new homes for the next 6 years.

In 2010, David joined RE/MAX Gold for the first time. After moving to San Francisco, he joined another company for about a year. When RE/MAX Gold opened a new office in the Bay Area, David jumped at the opportunity to be a part of the Gold Nation community once again. “I didn’t hesitate to go back!” he recalls.

David has built a successful career in real estate, but to him it’s much more than a job. When asked if he had any favorite memories from his years in the industry, David said this: “I love connecting with buyers and sellers and helping them achieve their goals. That makes for lots of favorite memories!” David’s goal is to continue doing what he’s doing and keep getting better at it!

When he’s not working, David spends much of his time fixing up his home, which he recently bought and rebuilt in South San Francisco. He also has 2 Wheaten Terrier show dogs, who he says are very spoiled. They even have their own shower!

Contact David directly at (415) 269-8188 or by email at

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RE/MAX Gold sells more homes each year than any other independently owned real estate brokerage in California. With 59 offices in 19 counties to serve you; we serve areas throughout Northern and Central California; from Oroville to Fresno and Placerville to Marin.

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