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Hybrid Real Estate Appoints Broker-in-Charge

December 7, 2016, 3:15 PM HST
* Updated December 7, 2:14 PM
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The Hawaii Real Estate Team and the United States Real Estate Corporation recently announced the appointment of Benjamin Tabios R(B) as broker-in-charge for Hawai‘i Island.

Tabios will oversee agent development and operations on the Big Island.

Tabios brings vast leadership, sales and operations experience to his position, first at Keller Williams, where he was a top residential sales producer and director of commercial real estate for the Island of Hawai‘i, and a top producer of the Hawaii Real Estate Team since it’s inception in 2015.

He grew the Hawai‘i Island presence and enhanced the sales processes and systems that evolved into the Hawaii Real Estate Team.

Most recently, Tabios founded and served as president of the Puna area Business Network International Group, where he established the operational presence and helped lead the BNI group’s local development, growth and success.

The Hawaii Real Estate Team offers savings to sellers by offering full-service listings at 1% to 3.5%, a savings of over 42%, and offering a 50% commission rebate to buyers.

“When we discount our fee by an average of $10,000 to $20,000 per property, it gives the seller a lot of room to operate in,” Tabios said. “Or they can just pocket the difference and save a lot of money. It’s really very simple.”

About the Hawaii Real Estate Team

The Hawaii Real Estate Team, headquartered on Maui, with agents serving all Hawai‘i, is a real estate hybrid brokerage network built for a new era in residential real estate. The network offers  full-service real estate services at a reduced cost.

Visit www.HawaiiRealEstateTeam.com.

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