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Market Conditions in Hawaii : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Lorraine Kohn answered:
I can email you some reports an appraiser friend created if you are still interested. Being new to Trulia, I'm not sure exactly how this works. Email me at lorraine@paradisefoundrealty.net if you want the reports. Thanks- Lorraine ... more
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Fri Jul 16, 2010
Jeffery Griffin answered:
Hi Here is the currwent market information that you have asked for. Mahalo
Jeff
4435 L. Honoapiilani Rd $399,000 Kahana
Best two bedroom buy on West Maui. This one won't last long. Show on short notice. Great location on North side of the property. Easy access to beach, shopping, transportation. Room for two cars.
Fee Simple $399,000 1976

44435 L. Honoapiilani $425,000 Situated atop a gentle slope, this recently remodeled unit has a beautiful view of the tropical landscape and a peek at the ocean. BBQ at sunset on the oceanside of Pohailani or just relax at one of the two pools. This property is perfect for that home away from home or 1st-time buyers. Washer/dryer, stainless appliances, granite counter top, Pergo floors and crown molding throughout - This place is ready to go! Fee Simple $425,000

Call me if you need more information.
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Thu Dec 3, 2009
The Hagley Group answered:
I rent my homes in the Desert on VRBO. It all depends on lcation and season. Our homes in Palm Springs rent Nov-April with no breaks. Good luck!
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Sun Oct 5, 2014
ian cockburn answered:
You need to go to the local courthouse, and see what sold that is comparable to your property, and when it sold. Do not go by the national media...go by your area, and the zip code in that area. Zoom in, and remove your doubt by facts, not TV fiction.
Once you do that, you will be able to make a much more educated decision
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Tue May 20, 2008
Pam Winterbauer answered:
Here is the information on the property: http://realestate.yahoo.com/Hawaii/Honolulu/Homes_for_sale/188d715df0ce3858ed0c89363356ecf4?cc=realestate&p=Honolulu,%20HI&priceHigh=&priceLow=&nodeId=750007014&sortBy=bth%202&radius=&bedrooms=&bathrooms=&type=&b=41 ... more
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Sun Jun 26, 2011
T answered:
Actually, the discount rate doesn't impact mortgage rates. If they had cut the "Fed Fund" rate, we might have seen an affect on mortgage rates. (At least the Prime Rate would have been discounted). The move by the Fed was to help out the banks and their liquidity problems, and also to assist in other S&L, commercial type lenders. (as we saw on Friday, Countrywide was bailed out as a result of the discount rate cut). There are many who believe the next move may inlcude a Fed Fund Rate cut, which could impact consumers more directly. In regard to Cy's question, I'm not sure which "market" you're referring to. Please clarify. (real estate market, financial?) thanks ... more
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Mon Sep 17, 2007
Mary Burns & Ken Lee answered:
The average amount of time that a property stayed on the market in Hawaii Kai in June of '07 was 79 days. This is down from March of '07 where the average amount of time was 101 days.


If you are thinking of listing your property, be sure to choose a Realtor that is very familiar with the area and knows your market. Even in a slow market, if a property is priced appropriately, it will still generate interest from buyers, hopefully, decreasing the number of days on the market.

I am a Realtor in the bay area in California, but I would be happy to recommend a qualified knowledgeable Realtor for you in your area.

Best of luck,

Mary Burns
Alain Pinel Realtors
Oakland, CA
mburns@apr.com
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