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Foreclosure in Hawaii County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 13, 2016
Amyrosa18 asked:
Sun Jun 7, 2015
Frank Diaz answered:
What is the question?


Aloha,
Frank
http://www.hawaiihome.biz/
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Sun Jan 19, 2014
Galyn Williams answered:
Aloha Vlad,

Mahalo for your question. The Big Island of Hawaii is still very affordable. The Eastside (Hilo/Puna/Keaau area)of the Big Island is where you will find the most homes similar to the price range of the home you asked about.

The home you inquired about is no longer on the market. You may have found this home using one of the search 'portals' out there (Realtor.com, Trulia, Zillow etc). These websites get their information from a variety of 'third party sources'. Because of this, their information is sometimes days or weeks old, due to the delays in updating their sites.

If you would like updates on what homes fit your requirements sent straight to you as they happen, please feel free to contact me directly(my information is below) and I can help you with getting updates and new listings quicker as they happen.

Take care...Galyn
Galyn Williams REALTOR® Salesperson, SFR® RS 66905
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'O ke ahe lau makani, 'o ke kai malino,
'o ka lani mala 'ela'e... E malu ko ke ao a pau.

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Tue Jan 14, 2014
Harry Hersh answered:
Aloha Sandrawoody54
There are several condos listed on Alii Dr. To witch one are you referring?
Harry
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Tue Jul 30, 2013
Galyn Williams answered:
Aloha,

Mahalo for your question. Which part of Hawaii are you wanting foreclosed properties on? There are a variety of "distressed properties" (foreclosed, shortsale, pre-shortsale/foreclosed etc) on the market. Each one having it's own particular nuance. The only shared nuance is that they can be slow to close and it's important to know the status of title (can it be conveyed, status of any liens and can the seller legally sell it) before you make an offer.

I have found that quite often homes being offered by a regular seller, may be better priced and are able to close quicker. Most homeowners who are currently selling, are being more realistic about where their home should be priced.

Please feel free to contact me about the kind/location of property you want and I will be happy to let you know what 'deals' are out there...Galyn

Galyn Williams REALTOR® Salesperson, SFR®
(Direct Number ) 808-756-7986
email AlohaGalyn@yahoo.com
(Office)......808-934-7600
(Fax)......... 808-934-7644
Aloha Coast Realty LLC....101 Aupuni Street, Suite 248...Hilo Hawaii 96720
'O ke ahe lau makani, 'o ke kai malino,
'o ka lani mala 'ela'e... E malu ko ke ao a pau.

Your source of Professional Real Estate Representation on the Big Island of Hawaii
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Sun Mar 31, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
Aloha Matt,

Send details to frank@hawaiihome.biz
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Thu Nov 29, 2012
L.Nelson & Associate Real Estate answered:
When the plaintiff bids just a 100 dollars with an upset price of 100,000. What does this mean
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Fri Sep 28, 2012
JJ Jasinski answered:
Dear Aaron,
This home at 15-175 N PUNI PAKA LP (TMK # 3-1-5-64-51)
shows as still owned by Ms. Kalilikane, but she may as you say
have been foreclosed. There is no public information yet as to
what bank may have taken title ....and may have to wait for that
to get the info you request. Let me know if you are looking for a
buyers agent to help you, as I am ready if you need.
Aloha,
JJ Jasinski, Realtor
Clark Realty Corp. Hilo
985-9030
961-6015
jjonhawaii@yahoo.com
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Bill Parecki answered:
Aloha Ed,

That is not true as a general rule (exception, if your are trying to by designated Hawaiian Homes Land property) but it helps if you maintain the spirt of Aloha in your everyday life. If you need help in finding proeprty give me a call or email me.

Mahalo nui loa,

Bill Parecki

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Fri Nov 18, 2011
Rob Weber answered:
I could actually close this for you provided you started the permit process now so you'll be two months into the wait by the time you close on the home. The caveat is that you could have issues if they didn't approve the permit and you closed on your home already... If you were willing to take this risk, this is still a doable deal and the permit issue would go away.

I personally would never do this without some assurances upfront that the permit would be approved (preferably by the applicable department there, permits & zoning?) but that's just me, I have a lower tolerance for this type of risk, you may be different.

The best part about rehab loans is that the permits don't have to be in place before you close, unless the lender has an overlay that says it must be, then you have to find a new lender, which it sounds like that's your next step (otherwise your loan officer has never done one or they'd have told you before, this is common knowledge for Renovation Specialists).

If you get it figured out, great and good luck, if you need my assistance, contact me via my profile.

Best of luck!
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Sat Apr 23, 2011
Beth Thoma Robinson R(B) BIC answered:
The agent from Colorado is only partially correct when it comes to Hawaii, where foreclosures may be either judicial or non-judicial. (Good advice to find a local Realtor!)
You really have two separate questions. There is the stage where a property is not yet bank-owned and is headed for auction. For the most part at these auctions it reverts to the lender, who sets a reserve price in excess of today's market value. While you can find the list of judicial auctions on the Third Circuit Court website, the Kamuela zip code covers many resort properties rather than just near Waimea so you'd have to sort through it. There is no single source I've found that is perfect for the non-judicial foreclosures. Although I do get a monthly list from the escrow company I use, that only tells me the initial filing and they typically are postponed several times.
Often they then get sold as short sales before they actually go to auction.
Once properties are bank-owned, they eventually will be listed in the MLS as Sally says.
Feel free to contact me with your criteria (home or land, price point, green side or dry side, etc) and I can let you know what I"ve got on my list.
Aloha
Beth
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Tue Aug 17, 2010
Frank Diaz answered:
Hi Jeanne,

Can you send a link or the text of the advertising?
Most likely it means "Sale Agreement."

Aloha,
Frank
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Thu Dec 3, 2009
. answered:
In laymen terms, it means when the gavel drops at the auction, the home will be sold at whatever the highest bid is.

Kind Regards,
Andrew Meislin
President

Lauhala Mortgage
74-5620 Palani Court; Suite 208
Kailua Kona, HI 96740

Phone: (808) 331-0585
Fax: (808) 331-0583
Email: Andrew@LauhalaMortgage.com
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Thu Dec 3, 2009
. answered:
Assuming you have a lot financially vested in your home, the best thing to do is seek professional legal advise. I would encourage you to find local attorney that you trust, and PAY for an hour of his/her time. It will be best the money you spent.

Just remember, the advise you get for free is worth what you paid for it.

Thanks,
Andrew Meislin
President

Lauhala Mortgage
74-5620 Palani Court; Suite 208
Kailua Kona, HI 96740

Phone: (808) 331-0585
Fax: (808) 331-0583
Cell: (808) 990-2710
Email: Andrew@LauhalaMortgage.com
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