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2016 Best in Real Estate



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Nikki O’Rourke 

R, CRS, CIPS, Realtor, Broker-In-Charge, RB-20706, Eighteen properties 

Real estate runs in Nikki O’Rourke’s veins. This kama‘aina’s family heritage in Hawai‘i spans over five generations, and her great-grandfather developed and sold commercial real estate on the Big Island during the early 1890s. Today, Nikki carries on the legacy and is recognized as a trustworthy realtor that has deep knowledge of the local real estate market.

 

In a market oversaturated with information and data, Nikki simplifies the process. Her clients are those seeking a customized approach to negotiation and a broker who understands that realty is not a cookie cutter business—such a large asset demands experience and often success follows precise preparation.

 

Nikki has been honored with many awards, including being named Best in Real Estate with HONOLULU Magazine for her third year. She is also consistently ranked among the top 10 percent of all Realtors on O‘ahu. Turn to Nikki and her team at Eighteen Properties to be your trusted advocates for results.

 

1860 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 412, Honolulu, HI 96815, Office (808) 595-8478, Nikki@EighteenProperties.comEighteenProperties.com

 

 

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