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Tony Faulkner
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tony.faulkner@homesmartegr.com

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Leading HomeSmart Evergreen Realty in Aliso Viejo, one of the most successful real estate brokerages in Southern California, is Managing Broker Tony Faulkner. He is renowned in the industry for his knowledge, expertise, and code of ethics. His reputation among the hundreds of realtors he has trained and guided, and his adherence to his core beliefs of honesty, trust, and sincerity, have continued to establish him as a top-flight, award-winning broker much admired by his peers. His in-house education, coaching, mentoring and managing the day-to-day operations motivates and inspires his agents to their top level of performance.

With 24 years as a hands-on real estate professional and heading up one of the county’s number one agencies, he was in the top 2 percent as a realtor in the United States with  Century 21, winning their prestigious Centurion Award seven times. With this distinguished background he ensures that every agent affiliated with HomeSmart brings to each client excellence in service. His team leadership, open-door policy, and passion for using his sales skills, experience, and negotiating skills has resulted in helping hundreds of home buyers invest wisely, and home sellers to complete their transactions with ease, diplomacy, tact, and satisfaction.

Tony Faulkner’s local market knowledge of the latest market trends, and utilizing up-to-the-minute technology to assist his team and their clients, he has created an office culture and environment of positive energy. His agents are impressed with his engaging manner, energy, and humor, and most of all with his dedication to their own successes.

He spent 14 years in the U.S. Marines Corps as an Air Wing Operations Chief serving his country in Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.  He was also stationed stateside at El Toro and Camp Pendleton, Orange County, and in Cherry Point, North Carolina. He spent 14 years as a U.S. Marine Sergeant. Additionally, Tony is a retired Tech Sergeant after eight years in the United States Air Force Reserves. These experiences at home and abroad provide Tony with a special talent and perspective when working with local and international clients.

One of Tony Faulkner’s greatest assets is his dedication as a volunteer to causes close to his heart, helping at-risk children and non-profit agencies, giving of his time and compassion to various causes including the U.S. Marine Corps League.

Educated at Metropolitan Community College, he graduated with a Liberal Arts degree before joining the U.S. Marine Corps. He later earned his realtor license and joined Century 21 before being headhunted as Broker and General Manager of Realty Executive OC Coastal, Dana Point. He was the Designated Broker and Managing Broker at Realty ONE Group before being tapped to direct the offices of HomeSmart Evergreen Realty.  He currently supervises 130 real estate agents, providing them with full-service support and updated training including the latest real estate laws, code of ethics, contract revisions, and disclosure laws.

Tony Faulkner is a Trustee of the City of Laguna Hills, a past Board Director of Orange County Realtors, soccer coach to the American Youth Soccer Organization, and a member of the Chambers of Commerce of Laguna Hills, Aliso Viejo, and Laguna Niguel. In addition, he is past president of the 100 BMOC Youth Mentoring Program to help inner cities improve their quality of life, especially in the areas of Education, health and economics.

 

My Favorite Quote:

"Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve...it doesn't matter whether you're a lion or gazelle - when the sun comes up, you'd better be running."