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Rentals in Waikiki : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 12, 2017
George Deden asked:
Tue Jul 26, 2016
Frank Diaz answered:
I would try HICentral.com
There are many rentals located there, and the best part is that only licensed agents can enter rentals. That cuts out scams by 99%. Be very careful on Craigslist and other ad sites, they're very sketchy. ... more
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Sat Oct 3, 2015
David Win asked:
Looking for a studio/1 bedroom along Waikiki. Flexible with price (looking for a good location and good value).
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Sun Jun 7, 2015
Frank Diaz answered:
What is your question?


Aloha,
Frank
http://www.hawaiihome.biz/?s=waikiki
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Wed Nov 26, 2014
Tom Presler answered:
Aloha Novica,

Whenever I need a short term rental for neighbor island visits, or when friends and family visit, I always check www.vrbo.com. The VRBO is an acronym for Vacation Rentals By Owner. They are usually in great places, have reasonable rates, and available for short term rentals. The site is pretty user friendly and allows you to sort searches by various criteria - rental amount, area, etc.

If you are checking the site and have general questions about a building or neighborhood, please feel free to call me at (808-222-4054) or email me at tom.presler@pruhawaii.com and I'll be happy to give you information to help decide if its the right place for you. I don't do property management so you will have to talk with the owner about unit specific questions, but many of the rentals are in buildings that I have probably helped clients buy or sell.

Good luck and have a great trip!
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Fri Jun 27, 2014
Mike Gallagher answered:
Tue Apr 1, 2014
Rey Chionh answered:
in our 3 rm 3 baths apartment in Waikiki, we do accept pet provided all documents on the dog are up to date n verified by local Vet. Tenant will need to sign a pet addendum upon signing of their lease.

let me know if you need further help

rey
808 4784848
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Mon Mar 31, 2014
James Wehner answered:
It's possible to rent a home with bad credit. It may however depend on why the credit is bad and how recent the derogatory marks are on your report.
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Mon Mar 31, 2014
Graeme Sharrock answered:
Aloha Hailey

There is a furnished unit available at 1920 Ala Moana--very clean building and convenient, around $1250. Email me for details.

Craigslist might have what you want, but there are many scams. Do not send money to anyone claiming to be a landlord unless you meet them in person and see the apartment first.


Graeme Sharrock
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Keller Williams Honolulu
graemesharrock4@mac.com
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Tue Mar 4, 2014
Frank Diaz answered:
Definitely. This is a house and has a unit number?
It would rent for at least $3000.
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Jerry Bangerter answered:
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Amy Yamamoto answered:
Expect too pay $950 - 1100 for a studio in Honolulu. Kapiolani Terrace studios include 1 assigned parking. Check with Oishi Property Management.

Amy Yamamoto
Keller Williams Honolulu ... more
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Fri Jul 19, 2013
Ryan Tishken answered:
Jacey, We may have something for some of your dates, check out our vacation rentals in Waikiki at CaptainCookResorts.com or you can call 808-738-5507.
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Sat Jul 13, 2013
Dave Dickey answered:
Aloha Roberta,

if you simply wish to stop receiving Trulia email alerts, you can delete those alerts via http://www.trulia.com/account/email_preferences/

WaikikiBeachHouse .com
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Fri Jun 28, 2013
Baron Graham answered:
Hi Pamela-I manage 200+ properties. What are your parameters? Location, price, etc..
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

Check out some local listings here: http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/HI/Honolulu,2779,Waikiki/

Ali, Community Manger
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Thu Mar 21, 2013
Jody Libed and Kelly Hiraki answered:
There are only 5 apartments/studios under $1000 in the Metro/Downtown area, listed in the Honolulu MLS. However, there are other sources that you can check such as the online classifieds of the local StarAdvertiser newspaper, Craigslist, etc.

However, please be careful of SCAMS on the Internet on sites like Craigslist where there may be legitimate or false advertising. Never, ever send money if they ask and you should never answer personal questions online. I would suggest that you get a legitimate rental agent to check things out for you or ask a property manager to assist. We do offer property management in our company and they may be able to assist you.

If you wish to send me your email, I will forward a list of the active rental listings in the MLS in your price range. However, as I mentioned, this is a hot market, so they may already be rented.

Aloha and Best Wishes
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
Hi Will,

I owned a 2-bedroom condo at Kaiolu Sunrise. 2 BRs there fo for $2300 to $3000. One bedrooms go for 1/3 less, $1600 to $2000.
Some items that are wrong off the top of my head:
Parking is garage not carport
That is not a photo of the inside of Kaiolu apartments
None of the units have 2 spaces except the penthouse
There is no gas, only electricity
There is no sauna

I do not handle any rentals, sorry. A few caveats:
1. Do not do any transactions over the Internet. That is, do not pay anyone anything until you or someone you know sees the actual apartment. VRBO.com (most for vacation rentals) is pretty safe if the owner and apartment has been there more than a year.
2. Verify who the legal owner is. Send me the address you want to check and I will send you the name of the legal owner. Unless there is some unusual arrangement, the lease will have the owner's name, or the rental agency representing the owner.
3. Good rentals go fast. Fill out a generic application and keep it handy. Make a few copies. If you find a place you like, take it. Most short-term rentals will accept a credit card deposit.
4. Make sure you have dedicated parking for the entire length of the lease.
5. Refer to #1 when in doubt.

Some resources for house hunting
AHRN.com (military only)
Craigslist (Honolulu)
HiCentral.com
Property Management (Google on Warren Dote)
Cornerstone Properties (ask for Carl)
Call me any time on my cell at 808 723 0900 at any time if you have any questions.

Frank Diaz
(RA) MBA, e-PRO, REALTOR®
East Oahu Realty
808.723.0900 cell
http://hawaiihome.biz/
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