David Lundstrom Takes On Statewide Role Leading Our Agent Services Team

We are excited to share the news of David Lundstrom’s new role as Director of Agent Services within our company. David has served in key Hawai‘i Life leadership positions for several years in Honolulu, chiefly as a Broker-in-Charge leading agents from the company’s Ewa Beach office. In his new statewide position, he oversees the company’s robust suite of Transaction Management and Listings Services. He’ll also lead the dedicated teams that provide those services to our team of more than 350 agents across Hawai‘i.

“Hawai‘i Life’s Agent Services team is a key part of our product offering,” said CEO and Principal Broker Matt Beall. “Our transaction managers and listing coordinators are integral to the success of the brokers and agents, and ultimately our clients. David has been entrenched in every aspect of those systems since he started his career with Hawai‘i Life, and especially throughout the intensity of this current market, so he’s really the perfect broker to lead that team.” 

David has been a resident of Ewa Beach since 2013, and part of the Hawai‘i Life team since 2016. He helped to establish Hawai‘i Life’s Military Specialized Team (MST), a dedicated group of professionals who assist veterans and active-duty service members with their real estate needs across O‘ahu.

As a company, we are making a series of strategic appointments like these, designed to help us keep pace with remarkable growth and record-breaking sales of the past two years. Watch this space for more Hawai‘i Life news. Congratulations, David! We wish you every success in your new role.

If you’d like to learn more about David, check out his webpage here and read this spotlight article.

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