Direct line: (808) 652-5264 | E-mail: email@example.com
It's a beautiful day in paradise! Between surfing, stand-up paddling, or walks on the beach, Tiffany is either living the island dream, or sharing it with family, friends, and clients.
Tiffany was raised in Hawaii and attended Kamehameha Schools. After earning a B.A. in Journalism from BYU in Utah (with a minor in Political Science that included stints in Jordan, Israel, and Egypt), she returned to Hawaii at the age of 22, and won a highly-competitive internship as a television news reporter with CBS in Honolulu. After working as an on-air reporter for six years, she moved to Kauai to raise a family and made a career switch to real estate. Since then, her "when the going gets tough" tenacity combined with a love for waht she does, has allowed her to grow into her current position as a top producing agent on Kauai representing Sellers in the highest real estate transactions for 2012 and 2013.
Recently she put her on-air experience back to work-perhaps you have seen her featured on HGTV'S top-rated series "Hawaii Life".
Tiffany likes to negotiate, strategize, and get results. With a knack for matching clients with their dream properties, the majority of her business is now referral based. Through real estate, she has found a way to integrate her international perspective on the world with an in-depth understanding of the local marketplace. All the while raising a family on the beautiful island of Kauai.
You can visit her website at hi.hawaiilife.com, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or direct at 808.652.5264.
Kuhio Hwy, Kilauea, Kauai
1.1 acres land | $550,000
Moloaa Rd, Aliomanu Moloaa, Kauai
2,288 sq.ft. home | 0.6 acres land | $1,250,000
Anae Rd, Hanalei, Kauai
1,008 sq.ft. home | 0.2 acres land | $4,475,000
Kamehameha Rd, Princeville, Kauai
566 sq.ft. condo | 0 acres land | $340,000
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