Oahu’s Vacation Rental Bill is About to Become Law

Even if you are a proponent on Bill 89 or not, it will definitely affect our city’s economy. How will it affect our tourism industry and the cost to stay here? Only time will tell.

To me, the Honolulu Advertiser to me sums up the bill perfectly in their article, “Fines for illegal vacation rentals could begin in August” as it covers penalties and the application process.

Will your property qualify for a permit?

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Wendy Oshiro D'Innocenti

Wendy Oshiro D'Innocenti is a REALTOR, CNE, SRES with Hawai'i Life. Wendy Oshiro Dinnocenti, (R) is a full-time Real Estate Agent/Broker for over 29 years. If you are a skilled seller or buyer, you know that hiring the right agent can make all of the difference in netting you the best price. Negotiations with the other party can happen until the very end, so hiring a confident and experienced agent to represent you is important. Contact Wendy today! You can email me at WendyOshiro@hawaiilife.com or via phone at (808) 371-2222.

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August 24, 2019

Ruined my vacation plans, saved me @ $15,000.00 will make no plans to return until this is sorted out, at my age that might be never.

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