Maki left her home country of Japan in 2002 to work as a journalist in Hong Kong, but that quickly changed when security company Kroll International hired her as an investigator to work alongside former military and intelligence personnel. That opportunity brought Maki into the world of forensic accounting and intelligence gathering, where she stayed for the next decade.
Although her main duty was writing reports for Japanese clients, who included the Japanese government and large corporations such as Sony and Honda, Maki was occasionally assigned roles in field operations. After working in the industry for about seven years, she founded a Hong Kong-based private investigation firm. Having amassed a network of connections in Hong Kong, Maki also served as an intermediary between Japanese businessmen and companies by helping them set up their businesses in Hong Kong, which included renting commercial and office spaces. This marked the beginning of Maki’s property career in 2012.
Maki’s extensive experience in research and intelligence gathering has trained her to become a meticulous real estate professional with a sharp eye for detail. Discreet, diligent and down-to-earth, Maki values the importance of ensuring fairness and facilitating a mutually enjoyable experience between home sellers and buyers, and tenants and landlords.
When Maki isn’t gathering information on the best homes for her clients, she is most likely golfing and luxuriating in spa treatments across the globe.
*Above prices are based on last asking prices
Name of property
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Villa Cecil - Phase 2
Convention Plaza Apartments
29-31 South Bay Road
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Great George Building