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After an exceptional career in Information Technology development and sales, Brian moved to the Big Island of Hawaii in 2007 and became a licensed Realtor in 2015. Brian has been successfully selling Hawaii real estate and has extensive expertise in the Big Island residential, resort, and agriculture markets. Whether you would like to own your own paradise in one of the luxury resorts, a Kona coffee farm, or anything in between, you should use Brian’s knowledge and experience to guide you to your vision of paradise. With his strong attention to detail and proven negotiating skills, Brian will be able to help you achieve your Hawaii dream! Brian is married to his wonderful wife, Amy. Brian and Amy love to spend time in and around the ocean, on their Kona Coffee farm, playing golf and walking their poodles, Maui and Sylvie.


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Featured Communities

North Kohala

North Kohala is a land of contrasts rich in its living Hawaiian heritage. Rugged coastlines with ancient temples give way to verdant grass lands where sugar was once king and modern-day cowboys still ride the range. It’s the homeland of King Kamehameha the Great and a place where one can still hear the whisper of ancient gods on the cool ocean winds. Beautiful scenery, virgin landscapes, a climate that ranges from deserts to rain forests, all with the slow pace of old Hawaiʻi gives North Kohala the character that so many love.


South Kohala

South Kohala extends mauka to makai from the Kohala mountains of Waimea to the coastal harbor of Kawaihae on the northern end of the stunning Kohala coastline. Waimea, also known as Kamuela, is the birthplace of the Hawaiian cowboy - the paniolo - and the home of Hawaii’s oldest cattle ranch, Parker Ranch founded in 1847. Sunny blue skies are the norm on the “gold coast” of Kohala and the reason why so many choose to live in the resort communities. Residing here are astronomers who work atop Mauna Kea at the world’s best observatories, cowboys, ranchers and farmers, and successful entrepreneurs who have chosen to make their dream home in these sacred hills and coastline.


North Kona

North Kona is a popular choice for those new to the island whether they are new residents, those looking for a second home, or wishing to invest in a business or vacation rental. The town of Kailua-Kona has all the amenities of a big city without being one. Here you can choose your climate zone as sunny beaches roll up the hill to become misty mountains. This is the Hawaiian weather you’ve dreamed of and it’s 365 days a year. If you’re looking for a thriving urban life soaked in “fun in the sun” in Hawaiʻi, then Kailua-Kona is your top destination.


South Kona

Whether it’s the rhythms of coastal life, the small town feel of old Hawaiʻi, or the misty mountains of coffee country, South Kona has a lot to offer. South Kona is just a short drive from the bustling city life of Kailua-Kona, yet its character is very different. Here you’ll enjoy country living in the land of Kings where Captain Cook met his untimely end, and where the illustrious Kona coffee is grown and shipped to connoisseurs around the world. There’s convenient shopping at the Kealakekua Ranch Shopping Center, and the Kona Community Hospital in Kealakekua serves the West Hawaii community along with many private practices.

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The Hamakua district runs from Waipiʻo, the largest cultivated valley of ancient Hawaiʻi, to just north of the county seat of Hilo. This 40 mile stretch of coastline is as fertile as its seaside views are beautiful. The Hamakua district is steeped in agriculture and provides cattle, sheep, timber, ginger, vanilla, macadamia nuts and exotic plants and flowers to Hawaiʻi and the world. This is a land of cascading streams and waterfalls, pristine valleys, spectacular gorges, and large tracts of productive farmlands and orchards. The Hamakua coast is the definition of Old Hawaiʻi in its simplicity and grandeur.


North Hilo

North Hilo is the southernmost extension of the Hamakua coastline as it rolls down Highway 19. North Hilo is a rural district of waterfalls, agriculture, horticulture, and various tourism activities. For many, being a resident of North Hilo allows them to experience the slow pace of old Hawaiʻi while having an easy commute to Hilo, the second largest city in the Hawaiian Islands, and the county seat of the Big Island.

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South Hilo

Hilo may look like a sleepy plantation town but it has a thriving business community with many mainland stores, dozens of restaurants and one of the finest farmer’s markets on the island. Hilo is the second largest city in the State of Hawaiʻi, bested only by Honolulu, but that’s where the similarities between these two great cities end. Unlike its uptown cousin, Hilo retains the feel of old Hawaiʻi from its plantation era bay front stores and shops, to the prestigious canoe races across Hilo Bay. It’s the center for the graceful art of hula and home to the world-renown Merrie Monarch Festival, the world’s most prestigious hula competition. Hilo resides in a district of tropical rain forests which give birth to an abundance of agriculture and floral products.

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Puna means “spring of water” in Hawaiian and there are indeed tide pools along this district’s coastline where water bubbles up from the earth. Puna is a place of old Hawaiian values, rapid growth and expanding population . Much of the district is “jungled-in” by tropical rain forests and there can be interaction with lava flows. Puna is also the fastest growing district on the island due to the substantial amount of sub-divided lots that can be had at affordable prices. Many areas in Puna are “off the grid” and rely on catchment systems for their water supply. You won’t find anything resembling big city life in Puna, but for those with an adventurous spirit who crave a quiet life surrounded by natural beauty, the Puna district may be the perfect place to create a Hawaiian paradise.



Kau is the undiscovered country of the Big Island. It’s the southern most point in the United States of America and almost untouched by modern civilization. Outside of the small towns of Naalehu, Pahala and Volcano, it’s “off-the-grid” but with magnificent views of the mountains and the ocean. Anyone looking for privacy and natural beauty will love Kau, and due to its remoteness, you’ll find some of the island’s best deals on homes and land. 



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