Building Dreams One Home At A Time
Sandra Sagisi Moser has been on HGTV's reality show featuring Hawaii Homes and neighborhoods. As a licensed REALTOR® in the state of Hawaii, she has an extensive background in real estate investing and finance. Her past mortgage broker experience (conventional loans, VA, FHA, FNMA and subprime compliance) compliment and solidify her real estate career.
Sandra has also managed single family and townhome properties from 2004 to 2007. Sandra specializes in both luxury homes but has done numerous short sales on Oahu and Maui. She has co-listed Fannie Mae government foreclosures, and sells real estate on all islands.
Sandra has set records in closing short sales in the Moana Kai subdivision in Hawaii Kai on Oahu: one unit closed in 12 days in 2008, and another in 15 days in 2009. She is a native of the island of Kauai and a proud mother of Ashley Sagisi Moser, 2009 Miss Hawaii Teen USA, 2007 Miss Teen World United States... who is currently a weekday news anchor at KSL TV in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ashley also anchored on Hawaii's only weekend newscast on KITV 4 News. Sandra is married to Kendall J. Moser, a Deputy Attorney General in the Office of the Attorney General, State of Hawaii.
Sandra is former television journalist (news anchor/reporter/weather) in Florida, Utah and Hawaii. She has also served in Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann's Administration as a Deputy Director and Public Communication Division Chief for the City and County of Honolulu. She has worked for three other Honolulu Mayors in her government career.
Sandra was a Corporate Account Executive for one of Hawaii's premiere public relations firms, Stryker Weiner and Yokota, and serviced: AT&T, DISH Network, Campbell Estate, Cadinha & Company, Stanford Carr & Development, and more. She is a former Director of Student Activities and Training Development at BYU-Hawaii. Sandra graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Communications, BYU, Provo, UT, and has earned an Associate of Arts degree in Theatre-Fine Arts at BYU-Hawaii.
She's a two-time Emmy-nominated journalist by the National Television Arts and Sciences, San Francisco Region. Aloha Aina nominee by the Honolulu Board of Realtors in Hawaii 2011, 2012 and named by Hawaii Business Magazine as Top 6% in Hawaii real estate.