The Ihara Team & The Complete Solution™, founded by Dan & Julie Ihara of Keller Williams Honolulu, is a family of companies providing real estate solutions. They specialize in Hawaii's higher end home market, real estate seminars and client education, and helping seniors downsizing or transitioning to senior living arrangements. They practice real estate using a  team model made up of specialists, giving their clients  much  more than can be expected from a single agent. There are currently 15 specialists that make up The Ihara Team, 10 of whom are fully licensed agents: Listing Specialists, Buyer’s Specialists, a Chief Negotiator, an Escrow Specialist, in-house Marketing team, and support staff. They pride themselves on providing a service deemed unique based on two main things: their ability and willingness to handle and coordinate any and every detail for their clients, and the exceptionally high level of service with integrity and quality of experience received by each client.
The other complimenting companies are Declutter Hawaii and Senior Move Managers.
Declutter Hawaii specializes in helping clients sort through belongings to create a safe, organized , living & working environment. For more information please contact us at 808-779-6224.
Senior Move Managers specializes in helping seniors transitioning to new living environments and is nationally recognized as the 1st Senior Move Management company in Hawaii as well as the first and only company in Hawaii to be a part of the NASMM since 2010. For more information please contact us at 808-779-6224 or visit our website at www.smmhawaii.com.

(NASMM - Founded in 2002, The National Association of Senior Move Managers  is a not-for-profit, professional association of organizations dedicated to assisting older adults and their families with the physical and emotional demands of downsizing, relocating, or modifying their homes.  As the only professional association of it’s type devoted to helping the rapidly increasing 55+ population with middle and later lifestyle issues, NASMM’s 800-plus members are committed to maximizing the dignity and autonomy of all older adults.)