The new economy and housing market are upon Hawaii as we roll into 2013. What are the implications for the Aloha State?
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“I didn’t know I could do that!” I’ve heard that line a bit lately from folks when hearing about how they can use their very own retirement money to invest in Hawaii real estate. It’s as if all of a sudden they have money they didn’t know they had and can start becoming a true [...]
While living in Hawaii certainly has its perks, we are also vulnerable to a range of natural hazards – floods, tsunamis, coastal erosion, hurricanes and more. Floods represent a significant risk to Hawaii residents primarily because of the combination of 1) our low-lying elevation and 2) our significant population and infrastructure levels in these areas. [...]
Hello and welcome to my first post as a contributor to Hawaii Housing News! If you’re like most people you have either never heard of Self-Directed IRAs or you may have heard the name but have no idea what they are. So relax, I’m here to explain the basics in layman’s terms! In the eyes [...]
Some people think that being a successful Hawaii real estate investor is all about buying properties at one price and selling them at a higher one, with a few strokes of a hammer in between. While at the most basic level that might be true, there are a lot of steps along the way that [...]
When you think about living in Hawaii, beautiful sandy beaches would be the hot topic of any conversation unless, of course, you’re searching for cheap insurance plans. A home on the beach is more risky for an insurance company to insure and is therefore more expensive due to the potential for hazards such as coastal [...]