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Property Q&A in Aiea : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 28, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
Aloha Leslie,

The owner of record for any property in Hawaii is available online in the state property tax database.
The person living there may not be the same person.

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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
Try this link and see if it works:

This is a leasehold property:
r Mon Lease Rent: $942 / 2019 Fee Purch: $ Lessor: Queen Emma Fndtn
Next Step-Up Mon Rent: $ / Reneg Date: 12/31/2019
Lse Expires: 12/31/2034

Frank Diaz
East Oahu Realty
808.723.0900 cell
808.791.2277 direct
888.433.1931 fax
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Wed Dec 19, 2012
Robert Davis answered:
This property is not showing up in the Multiple Listing Service. Do you have an address?
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Sun Feb 26, 2012
Bill Parecki answered:

As Yumi said in her response to your questions, this property has been taken back by the bank. Once the bank takes it back they have an appraiser give them a value on it and then they have a real estate agent give them a Brokers Price Opinion or a BPO and involves using a process very similar to an appraisal. Then they may or may not make improvements and finally they will list it with a real estate agent.

If you are looking at property it would be wise for you to have an agent representing you. It does not cost you anything and your agent could immediately respond to all your questions and help to educate you on the REO and short sale process. Most agent who specialize in this have extensive knowledge in this field and it pay to be represented by someone who has the ability to help you through the process. At this time some of the best buys in Hawaii are the REO's and short sales. Often these properties are priced very aggressively and exceptional buys do not last long. You need someone to keep you informed when they come on the market because you need to act quickly if you want to succeed.

Mahalo nui loa,

Bill Parecki

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Tue Jun 28, 2011
Elaine Peterson answered:

Thank you for your inquiry. This post is not our rental. You may call Frances Ueunten
Tel: (808) 951-3221 - looks like this is her rental listing and I am quite sure it is not $899.

Sorry for the mix up. We will be checking into it today. Mahalo!

Elaine L Peterson 216-5856
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Mon Jun 6, 2011
Frank Diaz answered:
Aloha Clubmed_girl,

I would be wary of Internet listings. There are a lot of scammers out there. I posted furniture for sale on Friday, then got a text saying that the buyer would pay me via PayPal, then he would pay his shipper, and asked me to reimburse someone via Western Union. So I replied "deleted."

I recommend finding a reputable rental agency. If you find a place you like, send me the address and I will tell you who the property owner is. I do not handle or get a commission from rentals. If you post a question here, you will get a recommendation for 3 or 4 rental companies. Call them and find yourself an agent that you can work with.

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