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Increased Demand For Real Estate in Hawaii

Everyone is escaping the cities to rural areas, and we have the best area by a landslide.

Not only do we have temperate weather year-round, every outdoor activity you could imagine (minus skiing perhaps), tropical fruit growing like weeds in our backyards, and plenty of fresh water… We have community.

Everyone here looks out for one another and during these times it shows more than ever. This truly is something that cannot be bought.

waterfall on Maui

Now let’s talk real estate demand.

High Demand + Low Inventory = Strong Market

What does this mean, if you are a buyer, you may have to be patient and act FAST.

What does this mean, if you are a seller, or if you have a property in Hawaii you are not using it is time to SELL.

If this article piqued your interest please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions on what living hear may be like or what your Maui property is worth and be sure to check out my new vacation rental listing.



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Yedid Becker

February 14, 2021

We’re starting our research into the possibility of living our family life in Hawaii, and considering a very small agricultural operation to reduce our tax liability while being able to create additional income or transition from our current careers into this full time. We love the focus on sustainability and responsible agriculture.

Very new to this market and opportunity, so we’d appreciate any high level information you may typically provide to novices or newcomers and places we should start. I would assume we can afford no more than an acre or two depending on location.

Lena Stroheker

February 15, 2021

I’d love to set up a phone call with you talk about this possibility. There is some amazing ag land on the market that could provide you with such advantages.

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