Andrea Doi

Andrea Doi
Realtor-Associate RS-76017
From the Office of: Kailua
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Advantage Realty
629 Kailua Road #200
Kailua, HI  96734
Direct: 808-349-6414
Office: 808-736-3600
Mobile: 808-349-6414
Fax: 808-585-2464
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Andrea was born and raised in the Quad Cities, Illinois where she grew up on a multi-generational family farm of 700 acres.  She moved to O‘ahu over 10 years ago to attend Hawaii Pacific University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations.  Andrea quickly fell in love with the diverse people of Hawaii and the Aloha spirit that they share.  After college, Andrea entered the financial service industry where she helped clients maintain and accumulate assets and more importantly to diversify their portfolios.  She quickly earned the Career Life Producer Award, and the Career Life Success Award for her outstanding sales and customer service. 

Andrea discovered her passion for the real estate market in Hawaii while working at a local title and escrow company as an Account Executive.  She used her strategic marketing skills and her ability to build strong relationships to increase the company’s market share.  Because of her inside working knowledge from being part of a title and escrow company, she knows how to ensure a smooth and efficient closing.   

Delivering exceptional service is Andrea’s priority and she understands that means doing in-depth research and keeping up with current market trends.   She is known to leave no stone unturned in order to benefit her clients in the sale or purchase of their home.   Andrea’s genuine concern for her clients’ best interest has always been appreciated and they continue to return year after year.

Andrea currently lives in Honolulu with her husband, Greg, where they enjoy growing fresh fruits and vegetables in their aquaponic system.  Giving back to the community is an important part of Andrea’s life.  She is a mentor with the Surf Rider Spirits.  She is also helping a new nonprofit, Strive2B, whose mission is to build a stronger community.