Born and raised in Honolulu, Dale’s roots run deep throughout Hawaii. in 2019, Dale will be celebrating 40 years of marriage to her husband and has 3 married daughters, 8 grandchildren and 3 dogs all of which are the driving force in her personal and professional life. While Dale has travelled across North America and Asia, she expresses, “…they are all really great locations, with great people, but there is nothing like Hawaii. Hawaii has so many unique and precious qualities that makes it unlike anywhere else; it is such a special place to live.” Dale has been a licensed Real Estate Advisor on Oahu since 2013, and has since earned the designations of Military Relocation Professional (MRP) and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) in an effort to support and educate residents moving to, from, and around the Hawaiian islands. “I love researching information to find the home that perfectly suits the needs of my clients,” says Dale. She takes personal pride and great satisfaction in building a relationship with her clients, so that she can ultimately help them achieve their real estate goals and dreams. In her past, Dale upheld a variety of positions with Access Information Management’s Hawaii locations, including Account Manager, Director of Client Care and Operations Manager. As a leader in the company, Dale prioritized client and team member satisfaction; Dale passionately resolved issues and created solutions that were win-win for all parties involved. Dale is known in her circles as a skilled and respectful negotiator who always puts her clients’ interest first. In her spare time, Dale loves to spend quality time with her family, support her daughters and grandchildren fulfill their dreams and cheer on the UH softball team. Dale also devotes her time to a variety of community groups, including: Shinnyo-en (Memorial Lantern Lighting Festival), Hawaii United Okinawan Association, Hawaii Foodbank and Hawaii Pearls Softball, Dale Titcomb is an "Aloha ‘Aina REALTOR® Awards Program Nominee of 2018"

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