There are many who claim to be Hawaii luxury property experts, but Nicole has the track record, island heritage and unmatched experience to have earned the title. Licensed in 2002, Nicole holds the distinction of being among the top producing real estate agents for the Kohala Coast and statewide. Her extensive local knowledge and real estate acumen are extremely valuable assets in helping her clients achieve their own unique vision of the perfect island lifestyle. In her free time you will find Nicole on the ocean with her family fishing, paddling or surfing.Learn more
"Nicole is a great buyer's agent not just because she is knowledgeable, hard working, and thorough but also because she never forgets whose side she is on and when she doesn't know something she doesn't bluff and pretend she does know it- she will ask questions, and gets the answers and report back. She has always been very patient with us and has unfailingly put our interest first."
"Having spent 40 years in the Real Estate industry, I have had the opportunity to work with a diverse group of sales professionals, both as employees of our various development businesses, or as agents working on the “other side” of deals. Nicole’s no drama, low pressure approach coupled with superb marked knowledge puts her in a league of her own."
"Nicole is quite simply everything one seeks in a real estate professional. She combines an incredible aloha spirit with outstanding advice, understanding, perseverance and knowledge. We totally enjoyed and appreciated every aspect of our work with her to achieve our Hawaii home ownership dreams."
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