Sissy Sosner, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Realty

Your Local Real Estate Connection

I am your positive, helpful partner for the buying or selling of your home:

- Hawaii Connection

 - Trusted advisor throughout the process

- Innovative marketing strategies

- Expertise about neighborhoods and features

- Ability to specialize home searches

- Strong negotiation skills

- Dedication to individualized service

- Support through the transaction and after

- Aloha + Professionalism

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Sissy Sosner, Realtor

Whether you're a first-time home buyer in search of your dream home, a seller looking to downsize or an investor looking for a great opportunity, working with a dedicated real estate professional can make all the difference.

I deliver unmatched customer service, and my genuine desire to see your property goals come true makes me the go-to resource for all your real estate needs. For sellers, I take full advantage of Coldwell Banker's® marketing tools to ensure that your property is broadly promoted on a variety of channels, including major real estate websites, and my negotiation skills are second to none. For buyers, I effectively analyze the local market and target trends to help you find the perfect home at the right price.

If you're looking for a positive, helpful partner who is ready to provide you with exceptional service, let's talk today!

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Hawaii - A Melting Pot of Nationalities

By Sissy S. & Ericka A. HAWAII – Melting pot, brewing for years and years. Beautiful and rich in culture. The 50th state provides a variety of rich cultural experiences; a melting pot of nationalities, focused on family and ono food...and not necessarily always in that order! No wonder one can find a musubi, poi, sushi, and mac salad at any given potluck!  Hawaii has been welcoming all nationalities since the rise of the sugar plantations in the 1800s. The last operating sugar mill on Maui has closed its doors in 2016, but the energy and Aloha spirit still lingers. No doubt, this is what united families and cultures together, making Hawaii what it is today. To experience Hawaii circa 1850…