There is a lot of uncertainty about the future of Hawaii real estate values in light of the economic havoc wreaked by COVID-19. Our experts give us some very surprising facts about what is going on give us a sense of what we might expect going forward. This short clip came from our Aloha Friday
About Peter KayI’ve lived Hawaii since the mid ‘80s when I moved here at the age of 21. I arrived site-unseen in Honolulu with zero contacts and about $5k in savings. I worked from nearly zero and today Hawaii has given me the greatest gifts in the world in all aspects: spiritually, financially, romantically (married since early ‘90s w/ 2 children), and most important, peace. My goal with this site is to share the magic of this Land of Aloha and help others who are on a similar quest.
The Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show goes live every other Friday. Last Friday's May 29 show is now on the YouTube channel and we covered some great questions like: Renovation costs on older homes in Hawaii Cultural tensions - do locals treat newcomers badly? Average electric bill costs Cost per square foot to build
There's a reason why Hawaiian royalty had residences in Waikiki for the summer months - it's probably the most perfect place in the entire state. It's almost always sunny and features gentle surf, long stretches of sandy beach, and good swimming. Though today it may have some of the stigma of a "tourist trap", it's
On this day I realized that I had the Corona Virus Blues and it was only because I did something to snap me out of it. It was so significant that I made this unplanned, unscripted, impromptu video to capture the moment. Hope it helps you and I'd love to know what you think of
How does Hawaii's "Aloha Spirit" play out during these Corona-virus lockdown times? I take a few minutes to point out how our island cultural values make all the difference in the world here. Got a question for me to cover? Let me know in this form below. Loading...
Rainbow Falls on the Big Island This is one of the most accessible waterfalls in the entire state of Hawaii. It's short drive outside of Hilo town and is practically next to a local highway. It's a major tourist attraction with ample parking and wheelchair accessibility. That side of the island is very wet and
Today I'm launching a new YouTube Channel focusing on Hawaii real estate. If you're considering buying a home in Hawaii, you'll want to listen two of my very good expert real estate friends that I've known for over a decade share their predictions about where things are headed. Let me know what you think! Want
Look at the yellow bars chart - we only have a handful of people still in isolation. Dept of Health is not supply numbers on those released from hospitalization so it is a cumulative number. With only a handful of new cases each day, we’ll soon be in a strange mathematical place where new case
I figured a month is long enough since my last Corona Virus update - here's where things are at in Hawaii at the end of April and it looks we've got a long way to go. Want to see some other video features? Let me know in this form below. Loading...
This video follows our guest op-ed on the topic of whether you should come to Hawaii during the Corona-virus outbreak and is intended those that want the YouTube experience rather than the web-page reading approach. Want to see some other video features? Let me know in this form below. Loading...
These charts are now almost the same day after day. I’m going to change the cadence from 1x/day to every Tuesday & Friday because there’s really not much changing. In fact, you can assume this description will fit until you get the next report from me on Tuesday 4/28. Our case growth rate remains below
Update: +6 cases today keeps us at around a 1% growth, keeping the curve pretty flat. World-wide growth rates continue to slow. The clear downward trend of the last 14 days indicates that our existing safety measures in place at essential businesses are effective in holding the virus at bay. It’s reasonable to consider