Oahu Real Estate Market (2)

Canoes: Their Role in Hawaii’s Past & Future

There are folks out there who might say that one of the greatest achievements of the ancient Hawaiians would be the fine craftsmanship of the canoe. Native Hawaiians were quite knowledgeable about the ocean and how to navigate across the seas on their canoes. If they had not possessed that knowledge, Hawaii might be a […]

Do You Have a Good Real Estate Agent?

The market in Hawaii has been robust. With that said, at times, a well priced property can attract multiple offers and basically move very quickly. I have personally seen where some agents have become complacent and are now lacking a sense of urgency. When properties are moving quickly, the sense of urgency to seal a deal […]

The 7-Mile Miracle – An Unforgettable Piece of Oahu’s North Shore

Miracle: A liberation of the spirit; to comprehend the true scope of the universe; to witness a spiritual emancipation; as in a supernatural intervention. Throughout Hawaiian history, the village Ali’I, or Chief, decreed a section of land to remain unobstructed, an Ahupua’a, from the mountains to the sea, so that everything a community needed to […]

Confidence in Honolulu Home Sales

Based on recent investigations by Trulia’s economic team, Honolulu is doing quite well compared to other cities in the U.S. with regards to sales contracts going through to completion. Nationwide, the percentage of homes that go into contract and then revert back to being for sale is increasing. Trulia has labeled this situation a “sale […]

Just Listed – Beautifully Updated Ewa by Gentry Home with Excellent Amenities

If a master planned community with shopping, golf courses, parks, recreation centers, and pools with pavilions to host guests sounds appealing, then you’ll love this newly listed 4 bed, 2.5 bath single family home in Ewa Gentry’s Montecito/Tuscany development. The name alone evokes a sense of vacation. Whether you work from home, or need a shortened commute to […]

Tech is Alive & Well in Honolulu

The other night I had the pleasure of attending Blue Startups‘ Founders Mixer event at the Real Office Centers collaborative workspace in Chinatown. The event was a social gathering to recruit local tech talent to the acclaimed tech accelerator’s next 14-week program titled Cohort 9. Blue Startups’ Founders Mixer event Cohort 9 This program is used as […]

Hoopili: Work, Live, Play by D.R. Horton

Not many communities in Hawaii offer the work, live, and play concept, but the new D.R. Horton development in West Oahu, Hoopili, sure does. This is a community surrounded by parks, nature, walking, biking and running trails. Work, live, play in Ewa Beach The complex is centered around numerous big employers, such as FBI, Disney, numerous […]