Vertically integrated, Avalon Group delivers a broad range of capabilities including site acquisition and appraisal, research and development services and offers institutional and individual real estate investors a one-stop shop for expertise and knowledge.
“Our agents provide superior real estate services across the islands,” shared Avalon Group President and CEO Christine Camp.
“Being the most robust and active industrial developer in the state of Hawaii, we understand the true value of Hawaii real estate.”
Camp founded the company in 1999 and Avalon Group has become a driving force in Hawaii’s real estate industry. She previously served as chairwoman of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, chair of the Honolulu Police Commission and president of the Hawaii Developers Council.
Avalon Group has developed three industrial parks totaling approximately 200 acres (80 hectares) and has recently acquired another 20 acres to develop “flex-space” industrial parks in Hawaii.
“Zoning in Hawaii is challenging and industrial-use properties are the hardest to secure,” Camp explained.
“Our projects to enable investors to buy property in industrial areas have been very successful and our investors have done very well.”
Today, Avalon Group has Japanese-, Korean- and Chinese- speaking real estate experts.
“Following the law banning short-term property rentals, many of our Japanese and Korean investors asked us to sell and manage their properties or convert them to industrial or commercial use to provide good returns,” Camp shared.
Avalon Group has built schools for Hawaii Tech Academy, DreamHouse and The Cole Academy and has made charitable contributions to the community by constructing homeless shelters and triage centers.
“We share our expertise to help people better understand Hawaii’s real estate market,” Camp noted.
“Investors trust us to buy and manage their assets and generate higher returns because we understand the property business in Hawaii better than others.”