REO Bank-Owned

Just Listed: Bank-Owned Waikoloa Village Single Family Home

Looking for a foreclosure or “handyman special” opportunity in Waikoloa Village?

I just listed a bank-owned single family home with three bedrooms, 2 full baths, a total of 1,855 sq ft of living space plus two-car garage. You can see the description and photos here: MLS #668103. This is a neighborhood where homes in good condition are listed for over $1 million!

big island home with large tropical plants lining the entryway

Virtual Staging Shows the Potential of this Home

Walk through the front door into a great room — the popular open floor plan with main living area and large kitchen currently looks like this:

view from kitchen into empty living and dining area

But imagine your kitchen with new appliances, looking across the island to new furniture in the dining and living areas:

Virtually staged great room

Here is the primary bedroom as it currently looks. At least you can see the walk-in closet, en suite bathroom, and large sunlit windows.

Primary bedroom Awamoa Place

And here is how it might look after you fix it up (although I would tear out that carpeting and put in some vinyl plank flooring):

Primary bedroom virtual staged

Sold “As Is, Where Is”

As is typical for a bank-owned property, this home is being sold As Is, Where Is. That means you cannot ask for any repairs (although we would encourage you to have a professional home inspection) and the bank will also not pay for survey or staking (you can also order and pay for that as the purchaser). The Seller will begin reviewing offers on Day 8 so if you want to take a look, please email, text or call!

Be sure to view the Matterport tour for floorplan and more views.

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Tate Anthony Viere

February 16, 2023


Needs lots of work. What are they asking for this house?


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