Who Doesn’t Want To Be In Hawaii?🌺
October 19, 2022
This September, a group of about eighty Elite KW agents from the Northern California/Hawaii region of Keller Williams gathered together to brainstorm about ways to improve our services. This was the first time this group was convened. It didn’t hurt that the convention was in Hawaii. We met at the Honolulu Elks Lodge, and at Outrigger Waikiki Resort. I’m not complaining.
I’ll admit it can be difficult to focus on business when outside is the most beautiful sky and sea and mountains imaginable. But focus we did. Much of our discussion centered on how to maintain highest standards in our industry. Key to that is treating all listings and sales as a Luxury transactions, at the highest level. Did you know Keller Williams sells more luxury properties than any other real estate company? We are number one in the global luxury market. Brady Sandhal leads the Luxury division of Keller Williams. Brady exudes luxury. It was such a pleasure to learn from him about ways to treat clients
Another important connection was made with Dan Ihara. Dan is a top Keller Williams agent in Hawaii, and is leading our company in a special targeted certification program (REP). Known as Real Estate Planner, this certification is designed specifically for the unique needs of baby boomers. This certification is only available for qualified Elite KW agents, and provides specialized training in Senior Relocation, 1031 Exchange, Trust and Probate Sales and more. Turns out, this is perfect timing as I am currently planning an online seminar to deal with issues confronting baby boomers, starting in January. You are the very first to know!
Hey Keller Williams, more seminars in Hawaii, please!
Besides getting some fantastic ideas from the training, of course we spent some personal time to enjoy Oahu. We rented a Tesla and made our way around the island to absorb some of the best of Paradise. We followed recommendations from friends who have lived in Hawaii. Great food, great beaches, great scenery! One particular hike was memorable: we walked up to the top of Koko Head Crater. The trail is straight up, 1048 railroad tie “steps” that climb 880 feet in .75 of a mile. It was exhausting, but well worth the sunset views. In all, we had a blast!
This post was written by Rumana Jabeen