Frances Lee Britten, (R)
CRS, RB-13844, 1983
I moved to Hawaii in 1966 and never looked back. I’d choose to live nowhere else and am honored to be Kama’aina. My three grown children are all Hawaii-born, and I also have three grandchildren and two cats. It’s great to both live and work here in Kailua. I’ve been told I never met a house I didn’t like, and that’s true. I love houses and everything about them. As soon as I walk into one for the first time I know exactly what it needs and what kind of person will turn that house into a true home. That’s why I love what I do, but the reason I’ve been successful is that I also know how to create a win-win for buyers and sellers alike. Besides being a Realtor, I’m a writer and the author of the only book in print about Hawaii real estate, “How to Buy and Sell Your Home in Hawaii” (see more below). For fun, I write murder mysteries. I also enjoy painting, needlework, many different kinds of arts and crafts and participating in my eldest granddaughter’s school and sports activities. We’ve lived in the same house since 1986, renovating and enlarging it as needed for our family. It no longer resembles its original self and I’ve learned a whole lot about fixing up houses in the process.
Find my website and blog at francesbritten.com.
Check out my book, How to Buy and Sell Your Home in Hawaii
A well-written Step-by-Step in language everyone can understand, by an active hands-on HomeQuest Realtor with many years of experience in the unique Hawaii real estate market. The only book of its kind in print. With common sense and ethical conduct as its cornerstones, this book lays the foundation for successful transacting in Hawaii. Learn smart real estate strategies, practices unique to Hawaii, how to start, what to do, and what NOT to do, when buying or selling your island home. Available in Hawaii bookstores and through Mutual Publishing in Honolulu, you may also buy it by clicking on the title above.