Hawaii real estate resource

Investing in real estate, especially on a tourist island, is certainly a great idea, and if you are looking to invest in Hawaii real estate, then look no further than this online real estate resource which you can visit at www.adrhi.com. This real estate resource is simple and easy to navigate and one is able to browse through this website which provides a lot of interesting information in their database about properties for sale in Hawaii. The site is broken down into areas, with a section for each Hawaii island such as Oahu, Maui and Kauai.

Searching for homes in towns such as Oahu can be very fun and exciting. Honolulu, which is the capital of Hawaii, is also one of the most exciting cities in the world to live and finding out property for sale in Honolulu is certainly interesting. You can specify which type of real estate property you are looking for, whether it is to search for house or for a condominium or apartment. The site even provides a regularly-updated real estate blog in order to keep you informed about the Hawaii property market in a timely way that only a blog can deliver.

    16 thoughts on “Hawaii real estate resource”

    1. We will be making a move after next school year… so, summer 2011. We are strongly considering Hawaii, and though I first thought we would look mostly at Maui or the Big Island, I do like all of the resources available in the Honolulu area. (things like apple stores, writer groups, lots of high-rated private schools.) We would rent for one or two years before considering purchasing.
      I like the looks of the Punahou School. What are the other great Honolulu schools? ALSO… What are some other top private and public schools in Hawaii? Big Island? Maui? My kids are 9 and 7, and will be entering 3rd and 5th grades when we move. Interested in elementary, middle and high school information.
      Also – a Catholic school wouldn’t be a good fit for us. My hubby is Jewish. A relaxed religious school would probably be fine (Punahou.)
      We are an open-minded, creative, vegetarian, animal-loving, environmentalist family.
      Would appreciate all input. Thanks so much.
      P.S. I’m an artist and writer. My husband is in investment real estate, and we will be fortunate to earn some passive income on properties we own here in North Carolina. I know $$ is a big issue in Hawaii, and we will make sure we are prepared to cover our costs.
      Many thanks!!!!
      Thanks so much for that response, Anna!
      Another little question…
      Is the VOG really horrible? Are any areas free of it? My son has had respiratory issues (not asthma. allergy related.) , so I have started researching this.

    2. After visiting Maui, I wanted to look into purchasing foreclosure real estate on a fee simple basis, to possibly for use as rental property. I live in Ohio, USA.

    3. What’s your prediction and why? Already prices are falling like the mainland but not as severe. I think it will maybe fall 10%-20% by years end.

    4. We will be making a move after next school year… so, summer 2011. We are strongly considering Hawaii, and though I first thought we would look mostly at Maui or the Big Island, I do like all of the resources available in the Honolulu area. (things like apple stores, writer groups, lots of high-rated private schools.) We would rent for one or two years before considering purchasing.
      I like the looks of the Punahou School. What are the other great Honolulu schools? ALSO… What are some other top private and public schools in Hawaii? Big Island? Maui? My kids are 9 and 7, and will be entering 3rd and 5th grades when we move. Interested in elementary, middle and high school information.
      Also – a Catholic school wouldn’t be a good fit for us. My hubby is Jewish. A relaxed religious school would probably be fine (Punahou.)
      We are an open-minded, creative, vegetarian, animal-loving, environmentalist family.
      Would appreciate all input. Thanks so much.
      P.S. I’m an artist and writer. My husband is in investment real estate, and we will be fortunate to earn some passive income on properties we own here in North Carolina. I know $$ is a big issue in Hawaii, and we will make sure we are prepared to cover our costs.
      Many thanks!!!!
      Thanks so much for that response, Anna!
      Another little question…
      Is the VOG really horrible? Are any areas free of it? My son has had respiratory issues (not asthma. allergy related.) , so I have started researching this.

    5. I have a good opportunity to work in Maui selling timeshares and I do not want this to prevent me from becoming licensed which is my first step. If this is a problem please let me know if there is any way around it. Thanks again

    6. i looked online and only found a few newer model homes. i know homes are supposed to be exspensive there but i thought that was b/c of newer homes. also which island is the main university on and where do most 20-somethings live?

    7. What questions should I ask when interviewing real estate agents to represent me as a buyer? I have met one over the internet (we’re moving to Hawaii) and he has disappointed us a couple ways so far. I’m wondering if he’s inexperienced or something.. Other than “how many years have you been a real estate agent?” what other pertinent questions should I ask?

    8. I’m planning on buying a study guide for the state exam before I take the 60 hour course. After I pass the exam I know I’m going to be behind everyone else so what can I do to establish myself and grow in knowledge and hopefully success one day.

      What kind of problems can I expect starting out in this profession and what are the high points. Can you have a 7am-4pm Mon-fri job and be a real estate agent on the side?

      What books, videos, and experience can you recommend to me? I want to do real estate in Hawaii

      thanks

    9. I live in a home that we are presently renting, the lease had a clause that we were to be given 48 hours notice, the real estate agency agreed and even put in the list ting “occupied, do not disturb tenents. 48 hour notice needed”.
      We have come home 2x and found the house disturbed, not even a business card. The first time the sliding glass door was left open facing the street, with a screen door between our 2 dogs and the outside. Today we came home to the TV being on, both laptops open (screens up) and items moved off chairs as if they sat down. The Realtor lives on another island, Maui, maintains an office in Pahoa, on the Big Island of Hawaii about 10 miles away, he insists he has this electronic box on the utility door “only a select few have access to” per the Realtor. I feel there is a key to the house floating around one of the real estate offices and it’s being used to get in our house without having to set up an appointment. Any legal leg to stand on? Is the listing agency responsible if it comes out that they had a key floating around?
      Well, the lawyer is v-e-r-y interested in all the details and I’m to fax here over the lease, contact info for all parties and she’s sending letters to all. Go PrePaid Legal!!!!!!

    10. What’s your prediction and why? Already prices are falling like the mainland but not as severe. I think it will maybe fall 10%-20% by years end.

    11. I am taking the course requried but everything seems so packed up and I am losing track as I go along. My friend told me to do the course and then get a test prep site. Please any advice. I want to past on the first try.

    12. I’ve been to Israel in July and the heat is unbearable.
      You’d think that God would know that and make sure his chosen people got the best real estate on Earth like a tropical paradise.

    13. Is it a law that you can’t sell your Hawaiian land to an “outsider”,even if you want to?
      Thank you everybody.It’s been many years since somebody told me that.I don’t remember where I picked up that piece of misinformation.

    14. Who was this person who was so fascinated by the name of a shop that he took permission from the real estate dealer to use it ? Whose famous story is this ?

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