Hawaiiʻs Top 100 Realtors 2013
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John “Jack” Tyrrell
President, Realtor®, CPA (not in public practice)
Jack Tyrrell has over 35 years of successful working experience on Oahu. He began his career as a CPA and spent the first seven years with an international CPA firm. He then spent the next 20 years running his own successful 20-person CPA firm during which time he served as President of the Hawaii Society of CPAs. As a Realtor®, Jack draws on his prior professional CPA experience when advising his clients on their real estate investment strategies. He has also been generous in sharing all he has learned personally in the 30 years he has successfully invested in Hawaii real estate.
In his spare time, Jack can be found stand-up paddling at Ala Moana Beach, sailing from the Waikiki Yacht Club, or enjoying a meal with friends at one of his favorite local eateries, especially Stage Restaurant. He would like to thank his clients for their valued business and continued support. Jack really loves to “Talk Real Estate”-anytime, anywhere-so call today to set up a time to meet with him.
Sachiyo “Sachi” Braden
International Reach with Local Trust” is Sachi Hawaii Pacific Century Properties founder, Sachi Braden’s motto for her extraordinarily successful real estate business in the “up-scale” luxury market.
It is Sachi Hawaii’s global perspective which enables their team of multilingual Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, and Korean speaking professionals to showcase Hawaii as one of the world’s greatest places to live. With experienced understanding of cultural differences and ever-changing world affairs regarding financing, currency exchange, and market trends, Sachi Hawaii goes far beyond the scope of standard localized real estate services in order to help today’s discrete, affluential international buyers and sellers.
Whether you’re buying or selling, put Sachi Hawaii’s unique Asian international networking skills and contacts to work for you today!
“Your International Luxury Real Estate Connection in Hawaii!”
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