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2018 Best in Real Estate



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Fran GendranoFran Gendrano

Principal Broker, GRI, ABR, SRES, RB-19601

 

Frances “Fran” Gendrano is the principal broker of KFG Properties, Inc., established by parents Buddy and Melga Gendrano in 1975. The brokerage and property management firm specializes in residential real estate with a focus on investments and multi-units. She draws upon her wealth of knowledge and 15-plus years of experience to offer clients honest, informed recommendations that take their best interests to heart. “I love to help others gain financial well-being,” she says. “My parents came to Hawai‘i as immigrants and built this company through hard work. Their success inspires me to do the same for my clients.”

 

Fran currently serves as vice president on the HiCentral MLS Board, has served two terms on the state’s Real Estate Commission and was named a Pacific Century Fellow in 2010. Most recently, she and husband Shannon Ball, also a broker at KFG Properties, have begun exploring ways to bring more affordable housing to the Hawai‘i market.

 

KFG Properties

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

 

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