2018 Best in Real Estate


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Shannon BallShannon Ball

Broker, SRES, RB-22202


Shannon Ball is a real estate broker at KFG Properties, Inc., working alongside his wife and principal broker Fran Gendrano. Post college, Shannon worked in Boston as a cancer data analyst, later returning to Hawai‘i to explore entrepreneurial interests as the owner-winemaker of a Kapahulu winery. Joining KFG Properties in 2011, Shannon’s analytical skills and entrepreneurial background have made him an invaluable asset in real estate. He is adept at forming thorough analyses of market data and financials, evaluating complex multi-unit and mixed-use properties and projecting potential development opportunities. Clients value his honest and careful consideration of property values and commitment to finding the best options for their circumstances, from their investments to their residences.


A world traveler, ocean paddler, conscientious human and happy global citizen, Shannon is passionate about his community and making the world a better place for his daughters. He is a strong believer in supporting local small businesses and creating sustainable paths for a better Hawai‘i.


KFG Properties

KFG Properties, Inc., 2065 South King Street, Suite 302, Honolulu, HI 96826, (808) 456-8188, KFGPropertiesInc.com


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