Hawaiiʻs Top 100 Realtors 2013
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Broker / Owner
Moving to Hawaii in 1989 from New York, Richard started in the traditional real estate setting but in 2000 opened the Help-U-Sell Franchise that he operates with his wife Sungok Lee. Help-U-Sell is the leader in providing set fee real estate services as an alternative to the commission model. Richard has consistently ranked among the top offices both locally and nationally and has received numerous Aloha Aina Award awards. Richard has a weekly radio show on Wednesday’s at 8:30 on 830am where he takes calls and provides updates on the current real estate market. Thank You! To our clients for giving us the privilege and opportunity in helping you with your Hawaii Real Estate needs over the past 13 years, to our agents for daring to be different and providing exceptional service and to the Real Estate Community in working together to achieve the goals of our clients. Being among the top 100 Realtors for the past 7 consecutive years is a true honor.
William “BILLY“ T. Robillard
Realtor Associate, Partner/Vice President
If selling real estate is an art, Billy Robillard has his craft mastered. With over a decade of experience, an expansive portfolio of satisfied clients and an innate ability to connect clients with lifestyles, he’s distinguished himself as one of the premiere realtors in Honolulu.
Friendly, patient and genuinely diplomatic, he’s a talented negotiator whose subtle-yet-persuasive communication style results in smooth and effectual transactions always equitable to his clients whether buying or selling.
Born and raised in Okinawa, Japan, not only does he speak fluent Japanese, but more importantly, considers himself as being fluent in the culture as well.
Billy’s Honolulu market expertise has led him to be profiled in a variety of Japanese publications and TV shows. Grateful to receive his clients strictly through referrals, he gives back to the community each year by donating to a variety of charitable Honolulu organizations (145)
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