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Hawaii's Top 100 Realtors

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The Top 25, showing rank, firm and 2009 sales volume

1 Robert Kildow Hualalai Realty BI
2 Neal Norman Koa Properties LLC Kauai
3 Patricia Choi Choi International Oahu
4 Myron Kiriu Prudential Advantage Realty Oahu
5 Albert Joy Ascend Properties LLC Oahu/Maui/BI/Kauai
6 Barbara Sloan Coldwell Banker Bali Hai Realty Kauai
7 Tracy Allen Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Oahu
8 James Schneider Kukui Real Estate Company BI
9 Georgia Roberson Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Oahu
10 Hannah Sirois Kauai Heritage Properties LLC Kauai
11 Tracey Stott-Kelley Stott Real Esatate, Inc. Oahu
12 Bryn Kaufman REO Realty LLC Oahu
13 Sachi Braden Sachi Hawaii - Pacific Century Properties Oahu
14 Dolores Bediones Prudential Locations Oahu
15 Bob Hansen Coldwell Banker Island Properties Maui
16 Billy Jalbert The Maui Real Estate Team, Inc. Maui
17 Adrienne Lally RE/MAX Honolulu Oahu
18 Patricia Case Case Properties International Oahu
19 Yvonne Khouri-Morgan Mauna Lani Realty, Inc. BI
20 Beth Chang Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Oahu
21 Daniel Ihara Prudential Advantage Realty Oahu
22 Robert Myers Coldwell Banker Island Properties Maui
23 Myra Brandt Kahala Associates, Inc. Oahu
24 Robin Simon Century 21 All Islands BI
25 Kathy Christiansen MacArthur & Company Sotheby's International Realty BI


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Mar 25, 2012 06:00 am
 Posted by  chris2good

i have one simple question ? how much of the total cost of a property sold through a realtor does the realtor make? (percentage wise.))i sold property in hawaii recently and i was wondering if this amount the same for all realtors. the property is also agg. land. does that matter? and does that fluctuate as the market rises and falls? one more: does the State of Hawaii follow a set standard. how do property taxes fit in? or does it? Mahalo nui loa, sincerely, christie m. naify-stadnik

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