4 Tips to Help You Sell Your House Without an Agent in Hawaii

Selling your home independently, without the assistance of professional real estate agents, can be overwhelming at best. If you’re like many other home sellers, your immediate thought upon deciding to sell was to call a real estate agent, quickly followed by cringing at the thought of paying their high real estate commissions.  You might decide … Continued

301 What to do With Your Costly Fixer-Upper Property in Hawaii

Aloha Home Sellers. Unfortunately for owners of fixer-uppers, when competing in the real estate market, most buyers are searching for the convenience that comes with properties they can move into immediately. It is inevitable that the buyer will scroll right by a listing that doesn’t fit the criteria for what they want in a home. … Continued

5 Tips for People Who Have Inherited Real Estate in Hawaii

Aloha, home seller. When you’ve inherited real estate in Hawaii, no matter which island, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve raked in millions or are even better off. Instead, it’s the beginning of a long road of decisions and details to handle at a potentially stressful time. However, as time goes on, holding costs can begin … Continued

How to Talk to Your Kids About Moving Out of HI

Moving with kids is never easy (ask anyone who’s done it), but the stress can add up quickly when you move out of HI. Juggling day-to-day life with children is already demanding — now add to that the stress of the kids coming to terms with moving away from friends and/or family to a place … Continued

Why You Should Rethink Selling Your House to a Hawaii Investor

With a strong seller’s market like we’re experiencing now (although showing signs of concern as of May 2022), you may wonder why you’d consider selling your home to a professional investor like us. Unfortunately, not every property or situation makes sense for a traditional listing when selling a house on the market in Hawaii. When … Continued

5 Tips for Selling a Probate Property in Hawaii

Inheriting a property in Hawaii after losing a family member or close friend can be an overwhelming experience, both emotionally and mentally – possibly even financially (keep reading). With or without a will, estates must go through the process of probate (unless there’s a trust or similar document dictating otherwise). As you can imagine, this … Continued

3 Ways the Hawaii Real Estate Industry Has Changed in the Last 10 Years

The real estate industry is always changing and evolving, from Hawaii to Chattanooga. Technology has significantly influenced the operations and standards in the day-to-day practice of the real estate business and continues to shape it today. More sophisticated, user-friendly software and ways of doing business have also grown out of the changes to serve sellers’ … Continued