Misti Padilla

eXp Realty on Hawaii (Big Island)

Let’s talk about getting you in the home buying or selling process

About Misti Padilla

Born and raised in Kailua Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, I am a native Hawaiian who shares the true essence of aloha and brings cultural awareness to your ohana. I come from an ‘ohana mālama (caring family) and was raised with aloha. I am grateful for my island upbringing and continue to familiarize myself with the constant changing that Hawaii island has to offer.
My greatest gift is serving you and I am dedicated to what I love best. I am committed to provide you the utmost results that you deserve and I am a firm believer that hard work and integrity go hand in hand. Seeing me in every capacity I have endeavored from raising a big family, being a professional entertainer, and the decades of experience in sales and marketing within the community and in the hospitality industry, I have truly taken what I do to a new level. Said by many who know me, I have earned the respect through the dedication I provide, my acute attention to detail, along with my strong work ethic. You can expect your real estate transactions to be handled in confidence with dignity and grace. I go above and beyond the call of duty, and my valued diversified knowledge of Hawaii’s real estate will give you the peace of mind in making one of the most important decisions in your lifetime.
I am a member of the West Hawaii Association of Realtors. I serve with a grateful heart and live aloha in every capacity of my life, personally and professionally. Thank you in advance for allowing me to share my aloha with your ohana.

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