Helping You Create a
Life You Love!
"The best interests of my clients will always come first. My love for Maui and its residents makes every real estate transaction a very personal connection for me. I know that property is often the most sentimental, and largest, asset a person has. That’s why I’ll always place your concerns ahead of my own. I have a genuine passion for working with others and strive to create an enjoyable experience for everyone involved. My promise to you is to constantly explore new ideas and technology to make the selling and buying of your real estate faster, less costly, and easier."
Special Approach To Every Client!
Whether you buy or sell I will craft a unique strategy to accommodate your needs
In 2011, Kento left the Valley Isle to attend Pepperdine University and perform as an elite student-athlete. There, he played four years of Division 1 college tennis for the university’s Top 10 NCAA program. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, Kento straightaway began traveling the world as a professional tennis player. During this career he played in Japan, China, Korea, Mexico, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil, among others. Through tennis and globetrotting, he soon forged relationships all around the world. After his competitive tennis career, Kento relocated to Los Angeles to run social media platforms and marketing campaigns at Varial Surf Technology. But home has always been Maui, and Kento moved back to his hometown to work in the family business: Maui real estate. His parents John Ferguson and Kanako Tamaki are owners of the premier real estate firm on Maui, Coldwell Banker Island Properties.
Kento’s venture into the real estate industry has always been a no-brainer: he’s a people person, easy to connect with, and always on guard for his clients’ best interest. The pleasure he derives from seeing people find their dream home is what pushes him everyday. During the rare times he’s not working, you can catch Kento traveling, playing golf, and shaping/building surfboards. Like most people from Hawaii, his life-long love for the water and surfing constantly keeps him near the shores of Maui.