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How much down payment in Hawaii is needed to be competitive?

How much of a down payment do we need to be competitive in today's Hawaii market? Megan from Wisconsin (who is also a member of our Islander Ohana) asks: Hoping to purchase a second home in Hawaii this year. Is 5% down with no contingencies acceptable or do we need to save up a bit

How much down payment in Hawaii is needed to be competitive?2021-02-25T08:43:01-10:00

What should remote workers know about Hawaii?

If you are a remote worker and are considering living in Hawaii, this video will help.  There are many things one takes for granted in typical American urban districts and those things might not exist in the same way here in Hawaii.  Use this video to build a quick checklist of things you need to

What should remote workers know about Hawaii?2021-02-25T08:31:15-10:00

Join us LIVE 3/5 with your questions: Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate

Get your questions in and join us LIVE on this Friday, March 5, 10am Hawaii time: The Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show Every other Friday at 10am Hawaii time, our expert team answers your questions about Hawaii real estate. Get your questions in and join us live Facebook Live: Click here to join Note

Join us LIVE 3/5 with your questions: Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate2021-03-01T06:58:57-10:00

All about Hawaii homeowners insurance in lava, flood, and hurricane zones

All about Hawaii homeowners insurance in lava, flood, and hurricane zones We get lots of questions on this topic and we rounded them all up in this video. Jaime from Cleveland, Ohio asked: I know RE is cheaper in cities like Pahoa on the Big Island. #1. Is it really dangerous to live in volcano

All about Hawaii homeowners insurance in lava, flood, and hurricane zones2021-02-25T08:43:54-10:00

Ready to live in Hawaii?

Anyone can move to Hawaii - only a few end up living here Moving here is a cheap one-way ticket. Living here requires a deep personal transformation which is why every year more people leave from Hawaii than those coming to the islands. If you want to live in Hawaii in the best possible way,

Ready to live in Hawaii?2021-02-23T09:49:25-10:00

Hawaii Real Estate Q&A on-demand 2/19/21

Experts from across the state of Hawaii answer your Real Estate questions. Here's what we covered at this show - click any link and go directly to that segment Pre-show starts 2/19Hawaii News Roundup as of 2/19Big Island Real Estate Market UpdateMaui Real Estate Market UpdateOahu Real Estate Market UpdateWhat should remote workers know about

Hawaii Real Estate Q&A on-demand 2/19/212021-02-22T07:42:01-10:00

Thoughts on 3 acre lots in Kohala Big Island?

Thoughts on 3 acre lots in Kohala Big Island? Jason asked this on the live show: I've been looking at the 3 acre lots on the Big Island in Kohala Ranch as a place to build. Thoughts on this area? This short clip came from our Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show which goes live

Thoughts on 3 acre lots in Kohala Big Island?2021-02-12T06:42:32-10:00

Narrated drive tour on Oahu – let’s go!

Based on your feedback from the last scenic drive tour, I added narration throughout this video where we tour Oahu starting from the H3 freeway near the airport and end up in Hawaii Kai.  Listen in and let me know what you think! Want to see some other video features? Let me know in this

Narrated drive tour on Oahu – let’s go!2021-02-15T15:44:53-10:00

Tips for potential buyers in today’s hot market

What tips do you have for potential buyers in today's hot market? Megan From Wisconsin was on our live show and she asked the above question. Watch the clip and let us know what you think. This short clip came from our Aloha Friday Hawaii Real Estate Show which goes live every other Friday on

Tips for potential buyers in today’s hot market2021-02-08T08:32:57-10:00

Enjoy the Sunset: Hawaii photo of the week

Stare and this long enough and you'll feel the warmth of the Hawaiian Sunset This was taken from Ala Moana Beach park, a popular centrally located beach on Oahu just a few minutes from Waikiki. It's the kind of photo that, if you look at it long enough, will transport you there. Try it and

Enjoy the Sunset: Hawaii photo of the week2021-01-12T08:53:19-10:00

Hawaii Real Estate Q&A on-demand 2/5

Instant answers in one click from experts across the state of Hawaii Over a dozen topics covered this week includes selected news and a special section on the challenges of insurance in Hawaii with respect to volcanoes, flood zones, and hurricanes, Coqui frogs, and we answer a big question on "How long should I stay

Hawaii Real Estate Q&A on-demand 2/52021-02-08T08:02:17-10:00

Do plans need to be approved by local Hawaii architects?

Do plans need to be approved by local Hawaii architects? Paul asked this on the live show: Can I build a small home on the Big Island with approved drawings from a licensed architect here in Seattle or do they have to be approved by an architect over there in Hawaii? This short clip came

Do plans need to be approved by local Hawaii architects?2020-09-11T08:43:16-10:00