Real Estate Commission to Hold Meetings & Consultations in Hilo

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The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs announces that the state’s Real Estate Commission will convene its standing committee meetings at the Hawai‘i Island Realtors office located at 1321 Kinoʻole St. in Hilo on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The Laws and Rules Review Committee meeting will convene at 9:30 a.m., and will be followed by the Condominium Review Committee meeting and the Education Review Committee meeting.

Real estate licensees, government officials, members of the condominium community, educators, and interested individuals and organizations are encouraged to participate at these public meetings.  Members of the Real Estate Commission and the Commission’s staff will be present. The committees invite comments and recommendations on current and future programs.

Concurrently, a real estate specialist and a condominium specialist will be available for individual meetings between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. or by appointment.

A real estate specialist will be available to answer questions about licensing laws and rules, licensing applications, broker experience certificate applications, examination administration, continuing education, new legislation, real estate commission procedures, educational programs and other related topics.


A condominium specialist will be available to answer questions about boards, associations, meetings, condominium managing agents, condominium association registration, fidelity bonding, condominium property regime statute, public reports, project registration, new legislation, reserves and other condominium-related topics.

For more information or to make an appointment, contact the Real Estate Branch at (808) 586-2643 or call toll-free from the island of Hawai‘i at (808) 974-4000, ext. 62643.


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