I've visited Honolulu 2 winters in a row now and have noticed the same empty house. It has no address on it. How to find out the owner (bank?)

Asked by Bill, Naperville, IL Sun Mar 4, 2012

and if it's in foreclosure?

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Zhanna Conrad, Agent, Honolulu, HI
Sat Jun 30, 2012
Hello Bill,

Do you know what the street name is and what streets are at the intersections on each side of the block? Please let me know. I will be glad to help.

All the best,

Zhanna Conrad
Realtor/ Broker
Oahu Homes, LLC
(808)354-2654
hawaii.broker@yahoo.com
http://www.Broker-Hawaii.com
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David E. Buck, Agent, Honolulu, HI
Mon Mar 5, 2012
Most likely a home owned by Kawamoto, especially if it was on Kahala Ave. There's a number he owns that are abandoned, however they are by no means an opportunity for a distressed sale if that's what you're looking for? If you are, it's always best to work with a Realtor to navigate the process (especially if you don't live here). Aloha,
David
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Michelle Wood, Agent, Honolulu, HI
Sun Mar 4, 2012
I can get it for you from the Hawaii MLS.
Please give me a call at: 808.218.2899.
Mahalo,
Michelle Wood
Gold Coast Real Estate, Inc.
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Big Rock Inv…, , Honolulu, HI
Sun Mar 4, 2012
Aloha, Bill. Quickest way -- find an adjacent house whose address you know and plug it into Zillow. Then use the resulting map to find the address of your target house. Then put your target house address into http://gis.hicentral.com and there you go!
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Frank Diaz, Agent, Honolulu, HI
Sun Mar 4, 2012
Hi BIl,,

Sometimes just locating the address can take some detective work. One of the first things I noticed when I moved from the mainland was a lack of addresses. It's not unusual to see several houses (or businesses) in a row with no address on them!
Also, the address on the mailbox or house is not necessarily the actual tax record address. As stated before, if you send the adjacent address or approximately location, it's not hard to find out who the owner is.

Aloha,
Frank
Web Reference:  http://hawaiihome.biz/
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Robin Glass, Agent, Honolulu, HI
Sun Mar 4, 2012
Simply register (for VOW - Virtual Office Website) access at my site and you can access the owner and loan info.
Web Reference:  http://www.hawaiihome.cc
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Don Tepper, Agent, Burke, VA
Sun Mar 4, 2012
The public tax records may indicate that. And the tax records won't be based on address, but rather lot and square number (or perhaps another method of categorization--I don't know specifically about Hawaii).

If that doesn't work, contact a Honolulu Realtor.

Hope that helps.
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