A fifth-generation resident of Oahu, Elizabeth “Beth” Worrall-Daily is one of Hawaii’s most experienced, knowledgeable, and respected real estate professionals. With an impressive record in sales, management, and service to the industry, Beth was named Senior Vice President and Broker in Charge of the Kahala office of Engel & Völkers Honolulu in August 2020. In addition to real estate sales, she is involved with training both new and seasoned agents in all aspects of the real estate industry with an emphasis on the luxury market Engel & Völkers is well known for worldwide.
Beth brings more than 35 years’ experience to Engel & Völkers. Most recently she served as Principal Broker, Broker-in-Charge, and manager of the Kailua office of Berkshire Hathaway. Prior to that she was Co-Owner and Broker in Charge of Mary Worrall Associates Sotheby's International Realty, the firm that established the Sotheby’s brand in Hawaii
A leader in the real estate community Beth served on the Honolulu Board of Realtors MLS Rules and Regulations Task Force, is a trained Certified Volunteer Mediator at the Mediation Center of the Pacific, focusing primarily on real estate disputes and issues. She is well known for her expertise navigating challenging transactions, her ability to anticipate problems, and for supplying creative, practical, and constructive solutions.
Mainland investor client Deborah Hyde said: “Over a 12-year period I purchased 10 homes on Oahu and more recently I sold 8 homes. I can’t imagine using anyone other than Beth. Beyond her creative approach to marketing (especially during challenging times) she is also tireless. Beth does whatever it takes to get the best price for her clients. Even more important her experience as a principal broker and Broker in Charge makes her invaluable. She is perhaps Oahu’s most knowledgeable agent when it comes to Hawaii’s complex land use and real estate laws… I never had to worry a transaction would have issues.
On a personal level she is a lovely human being, has great humor, and has passion for Hawaii’’ level of respect and admiration for her. She is an expert at navigating challenging transactions and has sound practical judgment.”
Active in the community, Beth has served on the Board of Directors of the Hawaii School of Nursing and is involved in the Junior League of Honolulu, and Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation. She is a life member of the Daughters of Hawaii and member of the Outrigger Canoe Club.
Beth enjoys time with her family, 3 dogs, two ducks, a turtle and is passionate about all things Hawaii.