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Sun Mar 31, 2013
Frank Diaz answered:
Aloha Matt,

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Wed Mar 6, 2013
Mark Guagliardo asked:
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Wed Mar 6, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
While it may or may not affect the selling price, I would think it will surely slow down the offers. It is like having a cemetery across the street, there is not much you can do about it sometimes. The only way to answer an objection that you have no control over is to adjust the price. It depends how objectionable it actually is. ... more
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Tue Oct 16, 2012
Jim Albone answered:

69-1722 does not exist in our MLS system. Do you have the name of the road? 68-1722 exists on 3 different streets in Waikoloa Village.

Taxkey Subdiv/Condo Tnr Address Bds Bths Land area Liv area Last Sale Instr Price
3-6-8-28-36 Sunset Ridge at Waikoloa F 68-1722 LAIE ST 2 2 10,000 sqft 1,057
3-6-8-28-42 Sunset Ridge at Waikoloa F 68-1722 KUAEHU PL 3 2 10,858 sqft 1,313
3-6-8-28-61 Sunset Ridge at Waikoloa F 68-1722 AKAULA ST 3 2 10,125 sqft 1,473

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Tue Apr 17, 2012
Lorrie Feld, ABR,GRI,SRES, answered:
You have nothing to lose by asking. Just ask the owner if they are interested in selling their condo. You could possibly even work out a lease to own. If they agree, make sure to talk to an independent agent that can give you an accurate value of the home.
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Thu Jan 28, 2010
To my knowledge, you can as long as you are the owner occupied. If you contact a lender, Brian Baptiste, , w 883-1171 or cell 960-7082, he can provide FHA loan requirments. Mention my name, David Swanson, Coldwell Banker Maryl Realty, 808-430-4109
If you need an agent, let me know, mahalo....David
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Mon Dec 7, 2009
Roxy Van Bockel answered:
Aloha: He either contacts them directly per the listing contact information or he obtains a buyers agent here who negotiates with the seller's agent to find out if they are even interested in trading. Typically in this market, seller's need the cash to pay off the loan and frequently don't have the ability to do a property exchange. That's why 1031 Exchanges work better for most sellers as it gives them more flexibility. . The tough side is finding the Hawaii seller who wants a property necessarily where the mainland seller is located. Most agents (including myself) have a list of clients who may be open to certain types of trades from the mainland property they own to property here. Keep in mind, a value is attached to the transaction and the agents do obtain a commission just as in 1031 exchanges. ... more
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