Arabel L Camblor

Our family moved to the Big Island in 1990 from Miami, FL where real estate lending was my career. Enjoying the change of pace, I helped launch my husband's optometry practice and was fortunate to spend quality time raising our son.

Licensed in Hawaii since 2000, I received my Broker's license in 2003 and became the Broker in Charge of the Hilo office in 2010.

Education is one of my priorities and you will see that in every aspect of my life. I maintain an active participation with the Hawai'i Island REALTORS® ("HIR"), Hawai'i Association of REALTORS® ("HAR") and the National Association of REALTORS® ("NAR") through their various committees. Leadership is now my passion; having served as a Past President of HIR, past Treasurer of HAR and chairing Education and Finance Committees. In 2013, I am taking on another leadership role as 1st Vice-President of the Hawai'i Association of REALTORS®. I value my role in our industry and enjoyed the involvement with REALTORS® across the nation to assist many homebuyers to achieve the American Dream, to own their own home.

I LOVE MY JOB ... AND IT SHOWS! Since moving to Hawaii, my eyes have been opened to a beautiful culture and the lovely people that call this island home. There's no other place like it in the world. Let me show you how my energy and aloha spirit will take the mystery out of buying or selling on Hawaii Island. You will enjoy working with a seasoned real estate professional who treats each and every client with honesty and integrity. After all, if it's important to you, it's important to me!


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