The Four Things You Must Know About Prospective Tenants

Posted by Audrey Love // February 6, 2019

If you are investing in houses in Kona Hawaii, you have a lot on the line. Houses in Kona Hawaii certainly aren’t cheap. Thus, if you don’t play your cards right, adding value in a profitable manner and working out your figures beforehand to determine your projected REI, you could face severe losses. To play […]

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Crucial Millennial Home Buying Trends

Posted by Audrey Love // January 31, 2019

The millennial generation is a controversial one. They have earned a reputation for being excessively politically correct snowflakes, spoiled children with poor attention spans and weak work ethic. But they are also far more conservative than their parents and grandparents. They spend less and save more, drink less and plan more. They are the motivated […]

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4 Tips for More Effective Networking

Posted by Audrey Love // January 23, 2019

Networking is one of the most critical elements of purchasing Big Island real estate for sale. But for many of us, it is also the most difficult. The emergence of social media and online marketing have sent many an introvert receding into his or her home to forge all of their connections online. Indeed, online […]

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The Drawbacks All Housing Investors Must Avoid

Posted by Audrey Love // January 16, 2019

Houses for sale in Kailua Kona are anything but cheap. Not only are they typically newer, upscale homes; the land that they occupy is incredibly valuable, significantly driving up their prices. Thus, if you are looking to purchase houses for sale in Kailua Kona to rent out, you want to pick one that will have […]

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Seeking Financial Health? Cut Back on These Four Things

Posted by Audrey Love // January 9, 2019

There are people who begin investing in Big Island Hawaii homes for sale with adequate financial resources and the intention of creating lucrative, personally fulfilling careers. But there are also people who want to invest in Big Island Hawaii homes for sale solely for the purpose of making a quick profit. Oftentimes those individuals are […]

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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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