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Your Property Is My Priority

(Sponsored) Eric Olson - 2016 Best in Real Estate.



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Are you looking to buy or sell your dream home in Hawai‘i? A 21-year Marine Corps veteran, Eric Olson has a proven track record of integrity, dedication, and hard work. He is a people-oriented agent focused on exemplary service and long-term relationships, and he always has your best interests at heart. He will take the time to understand your goals and desires, and will tenaciously pursue them as if they were his own. A Kailua resident since 2000, Eric has followed the local real estate market for the past 16 years. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, selling a luxury estate, or brokering a deal for your 20th investment property, you can trust Eric to bring your real estate desires to life.

 

He is here to help and his slogan says it all: “Your property is my priority.”

 

Check out his comprehensive website for a one-stop, mobile-friendly, no-obligation O‘ahu real estate search. If you’re ready to start house hunting, you can search real estate listings now. You can also refer to his Buyer’s Guide for helpful tools and buying advice.

 

Eric Olson (RS-76573)
21-Year USMC Veteran
RA, MRP, RSPS
Century 21 All Islands
315 Uluniu St, Suite 201A
​Kailua, HI 96734
(808) 389-8071
ericolsonrealty.com

 

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