David Vandenberg is a rare breed of broker who is revered and sought by clients and colleagues for his market expertise, innovatively marketing Jackson Hole’s most distinctive properties. Serving a diverse clientele from financial moguls to first-time home buyers and many others, David has achieved highly coveted success in his 10+ years in the real estate business both in New York City and Jackson Hole.
David specializes archetypal properties in the town of Jackson as well as the West Bank of the Snake River and Teton Village. He is respected throughout the industry as a skillful marketer and expert negotiator who facilitates successful deals, and exceeds his discerning clientele’s expectations. He’s also known as the broker on wheels whom you’ll often see riding his bike around town and beating the traffic to his next appointment.
“I think of myself as a guide rather than a salesman, taking my buyers and sellers throughout the maze of properties, financing, and development regulations; and I take great satisfaction in getting them to where they desire to be.”
David’s utmost goal is to make clients feel well cared for and well educated throughout the real estate process. His ease in working with people of all kinds stems from his world travel background that has included living in London, Berlin, Seattle, Jackson Hole and adventuring in places such as surfing in El Salvador, hiking in India, safari-ing in Africa, and biking, running and skiing in the Grand Tetons.
David grew up in the midwest and graduated from the University of Wyoming. Prior to serving his clients’ Jackson Hole real estate needs, David cut his teeth in Manhattan’s shark infested real estate waters where he rose to Vice President and Associate Broker of a well-respected mid-size firm. David was also the longest serving executive director of Jackson Hole’s non-profit non-motorized trail and pathway organization Friends of Pathways and in 2014, David was re-appointed to Town of Jackson’s Planning Commission and is working on adopting updated development regulations to implement the Teton County Master Plan.