No she is a real broker and that is her real name. She was born in a time before that name took on it's modern connotations. She is actually a very sweet woman.
David Nash (RA) Epro
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Altera Real Estate
1245 Young st
Honolulu Hawaii 96814
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Looking for a home or condo? I will produce an HD video tour for you and post it here and on my webpage for your convenience.... more
This is a leasehold property.
Curr Mon Lease Rent: $274 / 2021 Fee Purch: $177,498 Lessor: Bishop Est
Next Step-Up Mon Rent: $ / Reneg Date: 1/1/2021
2nd Step-Up Mon Rent: $ / Lse Expires: 12/31/2035
If you would like further details, please let me know.
1 BR fee simple have sold for approx $315,000.
One 1 BR leasehold sold for approx $123,000.... more
That was a foreclosure notice 6+ months ago.The owner may have gotten behind on payments.
Nothing has sold on this street through the MLS for less than $1M in the last year.
If you would like me to set up a search for home, let me know.
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It has a long driveway and is across the street from the ocean. More details in the link below. It is in average condition and is an older home, needing upgrades. If you'd like details just give me a call at 808-265-6803.... more
The Realty track Listing does not give much details, but there is a MLS listing that matches the details of this property.
It shows a bank owned property that is listed at $459 900 well below the assessed value of $597 200. The land is 6490 sq ft and the condition appears to be fair (clean but somewhat dated). It has 6 bedrooms and 3 baths & is set up as a 2 family with 2 kitchen.
Please let me know if you want to receive the MLS listing on this property.
There are no current properties listed on Kumoo Loop on the MLS. Which address are you talking about? Did you see a sign going up? It may just being entered today or other things may have happened. If you have more information to go on I'd be happy to help, just give me a call Katherine Braden R, 808-265-6803... more
I have seen this home and it is not a short sale so purchase negotiations will occur between the owner and potential buyer - no bank involved. The home needs much work, is priced for land value, and at this price it is attractive for a quick sale.
I am available to answer more detailed questions on the propoerty, to discuss comparable properties, and discuss strategies to negoiatie a purchase contract that is favorable for you. I have an open house in Ahuimanu area today if you would like to meet me in person (details below) or you can contact me at 808-223-0429 if I can be of further assistance to you.
OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY, JAN 2nd, 2-5 PM - Valley View Estates Home
Aloha and Happy New Year!
Theresa Harden, Realtor... more
Try Google Maps instead
46312 Ahui Nani 96744
Try hyphenated 46-312 Ahui Nani 96744 and
non-hyphenated 46312 Ahui Nani 96744
This just past Windward Mall, Heeia Bound.... more
There are 2 types: pre-foreclosure and post- foreclosure sales. Pre-foreclosures are better known as short sales while post-foreclosures are known as lender sales (or REOs “Real Estate Owned). In Hawaii, we also have judicial and non-judicial foreclosure (power of sale) auctions.
Short Sales occur when the purchase price of the property is “short” of what is owed on the property combined with the associated cost of the sale. The lien holders (lenders) are asked to release the liens allowing the sale to occur (and sometimes forgiving the owner of the remaining debt). The sale only occurs if the lenders approve the short sale. They only approve a short sale if it minimizes their losses as compared to processing a costly foreclosure. Since the distressed owner initiates the short sale they are a willing participant unlike a post-foreclosure sale. Thus, the property may be in better condition because of their pride of ownership. Buying a short sale typically takes 4 to 5 months and is a laborious process.
On the other end of the spectrum, a lender sale is after the foreclosure has occurred and the lien holder now owns the property. The lender usually rehabs the property so that it is in fair or better condition for the new buyer. These sales typically take less than 45 days. However,
It is important to check with the title company to confirm that title has been transferred to the lender and they now have marketable title to sell the property to a new buyer. Otherwise, the sale could stay caught up in Land court indefinitely.
Judicial and Non-Judicial auctions take place at the court house steps. Judicial foreclosures require a hearing after the auction allowing a second round of bidding. Non judicial foreclosures allow the purchase of the property immediately. A cashier’s check for the down payment is submitted moments after the bidding process is completed and the balance of the monies have to be paid within a short amount of time (usually 30 days or less). Judicial and non Judicial foreclosures do not include the use of real estate agents so it is important for the bidder to do their own detailed research. This should include seeing the property ahead of time to inspect it, ensuring it is free of squatters or tenants and determining if junior liens exist which would transfer with the property. Since these foreclosures include evicting occupants the property condition is usually questionable. Everything from the oven to the kitchen sink may be ripped out and sold by the owners prior to the foreclosure occurring.
I have access to a list of Bank-Owned Properties before they hit the market! If you are interested in purchasing a foreclosure contact me to discuss your options.... more
The benefits that a first time home owner/buyer receive are the same as a repeat homeowner. There are mostly income tax benefits at both the federal & state level as you are able to deduct all or part of the mortgage interest when you itemize your deductions. This lowers your taxable income. As for the $8,000 ( not $80,000) tax CREDIT ( not an exemption) for 1rst-time home buyers, it is about to expire soon (you have to be in escrow by April 30).
The credit comes with some limitations (sale price & income), but basically if you open escrow by the deadline & close by June 30, you'll be able to claim the credit on your 2010 tax return when you file next year. The credit will reduce your tax liability by $8,000 & you could even get some cash back if you owe less than $8,000 for 2010.
Contact me if you want more details!... more
Contact a Realtor and ask them to represent you. They should draft a Letter of Intent" for you and submit it to the listing agent. A Letter of Intent is a non-binding offer whereby you spell out the price and terms at which you would be willing to either buy or rent (or both) someone's property. Just be sure it is thorough and covers all facts that are important to you.... more