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2018 Best in Real Estate



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Joni ShirashiJoni Shiraishi

Principal Broker, RB-15625, CRB, CRS, GRI, E-PRO, CNHS, CNE

Joni Shiraishi is the principal broker of Aloha Island Homes. With 40 years of real estate sales, management and consultation experience, Joni strives to understand the needs of her clients and advocates on their behalf to ensure that their transactions are as smooth and stress-free as possible.

 

A longtime resident of the North Shore, this U.S. Navy veteran brings firsthand knowledge and insider expertise to homebuyers, sellers and property owners in the O‘ahu real estate market.

 

This is Joni’s third year as one of HONOLULU Magazine’s Best in Real Estate. She has served multiple terms as chair of the North Shore Regional Group of Realtors, as a regional director and director at large of the Honolulu Board of Realtors, and is currently serving as a director at large for the Hawaii Association of Realtors. She has also earned a spot among an elite group of individuals holding the CRB designation, a distinction only 3 percent of licensed realtors achieve.

 

Aloha Island Homes

Aloha Island Homes, 66-250 Kamehameha Highway, Suite C205, Hale‘iwa, HI 96712, (808) 479-8035, alohaislandhomes.net

 

 

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