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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Heads to Hawai’i

By Jon Anderson | November 24, 2015 | Comments Off on Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Heads to Hawai’i

Out on a morning walk, I saw a sign for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Hawai’i and decided to give them a call. I wanted to get the insight into what Allie Beth Allman’s crew have gotten themselves into. A few days later, I met local president Tracy Bradley at that first-seen home’s open house. The […]

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Hot in Honolulu: Kaka’ako Has a Plan

By Jon Anderson | May 28, 2015 | Comments Off on Hot in Honolulu: Kaka’ako Has a Plan

The market for Honolulu condos makes Dallas look like Sleepy Hollow.  Even the ultra-tony Bleu Ciel with its recent price hikes is only pricing its smallest unit at a meager $640 a square foot.  Compare that with still-being-built Honolulu high-rises Anaha and Waiea where a 435-square-foot studio on a no-view floor will run ya nearly […]

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Dream Destinations: Exploring Hale Ali’i

By Deidre Woollard | December 3, 2014 | Comments Off on Dream Destinations: Exploring Hale Ali’i

Winter months have just about everyone dreaming of Hawaii and the luxury of warm weather and soft white sands. But like every other dream destination, there are levels of luxury to explore. The Kapalua resort area on Maui has quickly become a favorite for both vacations and long stays. Part of the allure is location, […]

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Top-5 Friday: Dreaming of a Cool Getaway on Kauai, Hawaii’s Mystical Island!

By Joanna England | May 3, 2013 | 1 Comment

Brrr! It’s the first week of May and it’s chilly in Dallas! Aren’t we supposed to be basking in 72-degree weather and enjoying cocktails on our covered porches? If that’s what you really want to do, then perhaps looking into a second home in a tropical locale is in order. Me? I’m taking my dreamboat […]

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Tourists Are Returning to Hawaii, and So Are Vacation Home Buyers – Honua Kai

By Candy Evans | October 22, 2012 | 20 Comments

Tourism is up in Hawaii, which is a very good sign for Hawaiian real estate. The number one reason buyers purchase a vacation home in any location is because they love it. It goes like this: visit the location, love it, feel like you never want to leave. This is the point where buyers start […]

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