Hawai‘i Life is proud to announce the promotion of David Lundstrom to our statewide leadership team. “We are happy to elevate David Lundstrom to Broker-in-Charge at our Ewa Beach office on Oahu. He has been an integral member of that community and is well-suited to serve the many military families in the area, and lead the team of professionals at our West O}ahu location,” said Hawai‘i Life CEO Matt Beall. This strategic leadership choice will help Hawai‘Life to keep pace with our remarkable growth and our foothold in the Oahu market, following a record-breaking year during which we achieved $1.7 billion in sales statewide.
A Chicago native, Lundstrom has lived in the Ewa Beach area of O‘ahu with his wife and two sons since 2013. Lundstrom has been a successful real estate agent with Hawai‘i Life for five years, following a proven track record as a successful entrepreneur. Having owned and operated several profitable businesses, Lundstrom brings his business acumen to the real estate field, along with a comprehensive understanding of West O‘ahu’s real estate market. “My hope is to use my business background that has served me well in real estate to help broker my agents and team,” said Lundstrom, adding, “I am fiercely competitive, and my hope is to grow our Ewa Beach office so that O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Life’s West O‘ahu agents stand out in an already distinguished field within our company.”
Lundstrom has been a part of the Hawai‘i Life Ewa Beach office since its inception in 2016 and recently obtained his broker’s license. As a Military Relocation Professional (MRP), Lundstrom co-created Hawai‘i Life’s Military Specialized Team (MST), a dedicated group of professionals who assist veterans and active-duty service members with their real estate needs across O‘ahu. “I am extremely proud of taking the next step in furthering my career. Becoming a BIC for O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Life is humbling and also exhilarating. My goal is to encourage teamwork within our brokerage to help everyone grow and to serve our community and their real estate needs,” said Lundstrom.