I presume you're asking if there's a problem if the buyer works with the listing agent? It's not illegal. It's not ideal for the buyer. The listing agent probably won't be as helpful and conscious of the buyer's best interests because they have no reason to be.
They just need to do the bare minimum within their legal and ethical obligations. Their primary duty is to make the deal work to the best interests of the person they have a contract with and that person IS NOT the buyer.... more
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you could see all the homes that is available on the market right now. I look forward to hearing from you.... more
What a great question. It can be scary trying to buy a property without actually being present. Having a licensed Realtor will help put your mind at ease.
First thing to do is go get prequalified for a loan, so that you know how much you can spend.
Second, make a list of areas you would consider buying in.
Third, determine what are the property must haves? 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms etc.
Finally give your Realtor all the information you can about what you are looking for and how soon you hope to be able to buy.
In all reality, you will likely still want to come out to Hawaii and look over any property, condo, or home you are going to buy. Before you buy it.... more
Hi Valerie, You probably already found a rental but to answer your question, depending on location in Aiea, the complex, property condition and parking, $1375-1450 for a 2bed/1bath is very reasonable.... more