Congress is considering sweeping changes to the debt-laden National Flood Insurance Program that could jack up flood insurance rates for hundreds of thousands of homeowners, including here in Hawaii. Flood maps have been redrawn. Are you affected?
House Bill 1244, if signed by the governor, will revise existing statutes to require that every cesspool in the state be upgraded or converted to a septic systems. Learn more about the impact of this bill and how cesspools hurt Hawaii.
Buying or selling property is a big undertaking that usually involves a large amount of money. This is why it is important to carefully choose the company you will be working with. Here are some three tips to help you to choose the right real estate company for your real estate needs.
Hawaii is a popular destination for many vacationers and that is why many people choose to purchase investment property in Hawaii. There are many different neighborhoods in Hawaii and each one has different characteristics. Here are just a few of the Big Island neighborhoods.
If you’ve been looking for a worthwhile way to put your money into something that will pay off immediately as well as over time, think about investing in real estate that’s located in an area that’s frequented by vacation seekers, such as Hawaii’s Big Island. Keep reading to get insight about why that may be a very smart move. Read More
Living on Hawaii’s Big Island comes with plenty of perks, and there’s no reason to think you have to wait to find your perfect home until you’re living in Hawaii. Thanks to the Internet, you can check out Big Island real estate even if you’re living on another continent. Some companies also offer property management, so if you’re not at a point where you’re able to move into a new piece of property right away, you can rest assured it’ll be in good hands until you make the transition. Read More
Market Your Home for Sale Like A Pro on the Big Island!
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Anyone preparing their home for sale can get hyper-focused on all the little details before it’s ready to be put on the market. However, once the property is listed, this invokes another complicated layer of public persona, communications (staying out of Judge Judy’s fiery grips), negotiations, showings, security, open houses….to name just a few. Now, we’re not even talking about once you actually have an accepted contract – navigating the timelines, escrow, inspections…etc. Read More