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5 Habits to Implement for Personal Success in 2019

Posted by Audrey Love // January 3, 2019

Oftentimes it’s the little things—seemingly minor personal habits and systems—that can make or break the more significant aspects of our lives. If you’re seeking to purchase Big Island houses for sale in 2019, you need a top notch investing strategy. But part of that investing strategy includes investing in you! Make 2019 your most successful […]


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Why You Should Buy Houses in Hawaii in 2019

Posted by Audrey Love // December 27, 2018

The Big Island’s bustling west side and tranquil north shore boast the best homes for sale Hawaii Island has to offer. Kona town provides access to luxurious beaches, fine dining, small, fun shops, artsy cafes, and a bustling social scene. The North shore is a lush mecca of tropical trees and stellar views. If you […]


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Why Demand for Rentals Will Increase in 2019

Posted by Audrey Love // December 19, 2018

The New Year is almost here, and with a New Year arrives new predictions for the condition of the real estate market. Generally speaking, 2019 will be an excellent year for buying rental properties in Hawaii and the mainland US. Demand for rental properties in Hawaii is expected to continue to increase over the course […]


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Investing in Hawaii Vacation Rentals? Add These Fees.

Posted by Audrey Love // December 5, 2018

Are you interested in investing in Hawaii vacation rentals? If so, there are a few ins and outs that you want to be aware of before listing your rental on a platform like Airbnb. There are certain precautions you will want to take, like purchasing insurance and ensuring your property is safe, and guidelines you […]


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Are You Really Ready to Invest in Kailua Kona Homes?

Posted by Audrey Love // November 28, 2018

You’ve spent months doing research, attending seminars, networking, and building your web presence. You have done your best to mentally prepare for taking the leap and purchasing your first property. But, time and time again, you find yourself procrastinating, getting cold feet, or finding reasons that now isn’t the right time. So how do you […]


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3 Tricks to Make Your Island Vacation Rentals Appealing

Posted by Audrey Love // November 21, 2018

Last year, in 2017, over 100 million Americans decided to forego home-cooked meals and hot chocolate by the fire, opting instead to travel for the holidays. That figure is only projected to increase this holiday season. For those of us who live in popular tourist destinations like Hawaii, that means busy restaurants, frequent tours, heavy […]


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Renovations to Ditch to Protect Your Bottom Line

Posted by Audrey Love // November 14, 2018

The primary objective of investing in Kailua Kona Hawaii real estate, and real estate in general, is to reap a return on your initial investment. In the world of Kailua Kona Hawaii real estate, there are several ways to do that. Those who fix and flip add value to a home through selective repairs to […]


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Should You Buy Old Homes, Or New Ones?

Posted by Audrey Love // November 7, 2018

If you’re buying a home in Hawaii for the purpose of long-term buy and hold, there are a lot of questions you have to ask yourself. What kind of tenant are you looking to attract, and in what market are you likely to attract them? Are you looking to purchase large family homes, small homes, […]


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How to Discuss and Implement Rent Increases for Happy Tenants

Posted by Audrey Love // October 31, 2018

Rent hikes: they’re a necessary evil for all landlords of HI real estate. As an investor well versed in local HI real estate market dynamics, you understand why rent hikes are necessary. But your tenants may not. In the event that you must increase rent, it is likely that you will face resistance, frustration, shock, […]


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4 Things You Must Know Before Buying Real Estate in Hawaii

Posted by Audrey Love // October 24, 2018

Are you looking into buying real estate in Hawaii? Perhaps you are a seasoned investor or homebuyer. Hopefully you have had the opportunity to visit Hawaii and research the real estate market before delving in. Maybe you’ve already found a fairly priced home and are already working through the process of closing. Hold tight before […]


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