I have a passion for the Beach Villa's at Ko Olina and believe in it's viability both as a great place to relax and of it's ability to perform as an on going business.
If your looking for information on purchasing a villa at the property, my blog should answer a lot of your questions. If you don't see your questions answered here, feel free to call or email me.
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I have the bases covered, I'm a homeowner here, run a successful rental program here and I'm also a licenced Real Estate Agent in the State of Hawaii. (Don't ask me to sell you other properties, my expertise is here at the Beach Villa's.)
I am from Hawaii and my dad moved here around 1959, before Hawaii was a state. He met my mother in Japan and I grew up in Haleiwa on the North Shore of Oahu in the 60's and attended Waialua High School in the 70's. Back in those days, there were many animals wandering about, and if you had flip flops (zories) on you were dressed up! School used to empty out if the surf report was good.
My mom used to take me to get a hair cut across the street from Matsumoto's Shaved Ice when I was a child. The barber shop is now a dress shop but lucky for us, Matsumoto's is still here after several generations. Back then, my reward for sitting still was a delicious Shaved Ice with Azuka Beans and Ice Cream on the bottom. Yum!
I attended college in the mainland and started my first business, a ComputerLand Franchise at the age of 22 and eventually had offices in multiple cities. Today, I split my time between the mainland and Hawaii and spend a lot of time working with guests, homeowners and potential homeowners. I enjoy working with all of the great people I meet, working hard to make them happy and working in a place that for me has so many great memories from growing up here.
My wife and I have three children, Zachary 18, Nickolas 13 and Abbigail 11. My wife is now a retired nurse and volunteers at our children's school serving on various boards. We are also active in our church and I serve on the Stewardship Committee and am co-chair of our Development Commission.
Mahalo Nui Loa,