Tracy Regan has experience in construction, landscaping, remodeling plantation-era homes, subdividing properties in Hawaii County, the hospitality industry and agricultural business development.
An expert in properties along the Hamakua Coast, Waimea and North Kohala, Tracy can offer Sellers honest price evaluation, help in the repair or staging of a property for the best return, professional photography, an electronic presence that brings your property to the attention of buyers, real estate professionals and investors—worldwide, and a weekly status update on your property. As your agent, she will advocate for you during listing, marketing, showing, escrow and closing.
Buyers interested in the North-East Hawaii market can take advantage of Tracy’s knowledge of the area’s different elevations, climatic attributes and issues, lending institutions, regulatory agencies, and direction in regards to historic and new construction concerns. At no cost to buyers, Tracy is available to show clients all properties on the market and represent their interests during financing, disclosures, contracts, escrow and closing.
She has a BA in journalism with an emphasis in print/marketing and a MA in secondary education. She taught high school language arts for many years in Fairbanks, Alaska. She built and ran a successful agritourism and plant nursery operation in North Pole, Alaska before selling it and moving to the Hamakua Coast in 2014.
After remodeling and subdividing a property in Ninole, she bought 41 acres near Umikoa Village. Tracy is planting koa, sandalwood and other native species to diversify the montane forest and offers farm stays on glamping pads to support reforestation and a native seed bank. She is currently living in a tiny house, while constructing a modernist home of concrete and steel and enjoying life in the cool ohia forest with
her 3 dogs, 2 mammoth donkeys, British white cattle and tufted Roman geese.