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Hawai’i REC to Hold West Hawai’i Committee Meetings

August 20, 2015, 10:20 AM HST
* Updated August 20, 10:22 AM
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On Friday, Sept. 4, the Hawai’i Real Estate Commission will hold committee meetings at the West Hawai’i Civic Center’s Community Meeting Hale, located in building G.

The meetings will begin at 9:30 a.m. and include the Laws and Rules Review Committee meeting, followed by the Condominium Review Committee meeting and the Education Review Committee meeting.

According to the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Professional and Vocational Licensing Division, the meetings will host all interested parties, from real estate licensees to government officials, educators, individuals, and organizations.

On hand will be REC members and staff who will present information and provide answers to public questions about current and future programs.

During the meetings, a real estate specialist, as well as a condominium specialist, will be available for one-on-one meetings between 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Each will answer questions relating to licensing laws and rules, licensing, broker experience applications, examination administrations, board and association questions, managing agents, association registration, and much more.

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The Real Estate Branch of the Professional and Vocational Licensing Division provides assistance to the REC in educating, licensure and discipline of real estate licensees, registration of condominium projects, condominium associations, condominium managing agents, and condominium hotel operators. The REB also intervenes in court cases that involve the real estate recovery fund.

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To learn more, contact REB at (808) 586-2643, or call 974-4000, extension 62643.

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