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Golf Course Home in Princeville

Lovely golf course home located in the prestigious resort community of Princeville. Enjoy the expansive mountain, makai golf course, lake, and distant ocean views from your lanai. This home has three bedrooms and three baths plus a bonus office and storage area in the garage. The separate studio upstairs would make a perfect in law suite. Enjoy many fruit trees available in this property including grapefruit, orange, star fruit, and avocado. It makes for a private and peaceful retreat. Perfect for a family or second home vacation rental.

This Princeville property is priced to sell at $849,000.

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How to Determine the Right Mortgage for You: The Pros and Cons of Each Type

How to Determine the Right Mortgage for You: The Pros and Cons of Each TypeFinding the right mortgage can be a struggle. There’s a wide array of mortgage products on the market, and you don’t always need to get a mortgage through your bank – and with so many options, it’s hard to know which one is your best bet.

Your ideal mortgage will depend on your own individual financial situation, but when you understand how different kinds of mortgages work, it’s easier to choose the right one. Here’s what you need to know about mortgage types. Continue reading

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5 Easy Ways to Brighten up Your Curb Appeal

5 Easy Ways to Brighten up Your Curb AppealIt can be easy to forget, but the first thing people will see when they come to your home is the outside, so it’s important to have a well-maintained and picturesque property that represents the inside of your home positively. If you’re looking for a few ways to boost your outdoor space, here are a few tips to help with curb appeal. Continue reading

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Investor Thoughts: What Home-buyers Can Learn from a Real Estate Investor’s Stand-point

Investor Thoughts: What Home-buyers Can Learn from a Real Estate Investor's Stand-pointThere are plenty of things to consider when purchasing a home, from the size of place that you’re looking for to the amount of home you’re able to afford. While it’s certainly worth knowing what you want going in, here are a few factors that investors often think about when it comes to making or breaking the appeal of a real estate purchase. Continue reading

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 18, 2016

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - April 18, 2016

Last week’s scheduled economic releases included reports on retail sales, inflation and the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book report. Weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims were also released. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a limited program for reducing principal on eligible mortgages held by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This program is intended to resolve remaining “underwater” mortgages on homes worth less than their current mortgage amounts. Continue reading

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Documents First-time Home Buyers Need to Prepare

5 Documents First-time Home-buyers Need for a Smoother Purchasing ProcessWith all the work that goes into finding the kind of home you’ll want to put an offer on, it can be easy to forget about all the little things that happen after the deal has been made. While the paperwork involved in purchasing may seem like a long way off, here’s a quick review of some of the documents first-time home buyers will need when the time comes to seal the deal.

Your Credit Report

It’s important to review your credit before putting an offer in, so ensure that you request your credit report in advance and review it for any errors that may be present. If there are any discrepancies negatively impacting your credit score, you’ll be able to have them corrected before they can cause an issue with your real estate purchase.

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How Your Home’s “Days on Market” Affects the Buyer’s Opinion

How Your Home's Whether you’ve done a lot of research on the real estate market or you’ve sold a home before, you may be aware that there can be a lot of trepidation around how long your house remains up for sale. If you’re concerned about your home’s market potential, here’s what you need to know about “Days on Market” and how it can impact your home sale. Continue reading

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5 Easy Ways to Brighten up Your Curb Appeal

5 Easy Ways to Brighten up Your Curb AppealIt can be easy to forget, but the first thing people will see when they come to your home is the outside, so it’s important to have a well-maintained and picturesque property that represents the inside of your home positively. If you’re looking for a few ways to boost your outdoor space, here are a few tips to help with curb appeal. Continue reading

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 11, 2016

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 11, 2016Last week’s economic news included minutes of the most recent Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. Weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims were also released. Continue reading

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Making the Best of Your Hawaii Islands Relocation

92-2018 Kulihi Street Kapolei - street viewIn your relocation on the same island or from one to another, it is key that you have the best resources. This means, you really need to choose relocation companies that know how to traverse a Hawaii Islands move. Choosing the right companies, be it the moving company or the real estate agency, can make your relocation an easy one.

Helpful Relocation Resources

First, we highly recommend you find and work with a realtor who knows the entire state. This means that they know both Lanai and Kauai. The right realtor will recognize what areas on the new island will best fit your lifestyle and will show you those properties first.

Next, we suggest you hire a moving company that is local to the area. That gives them a huge advantage in getting you moved. Local companies know the area, and they know what doesn’t fly with the locals.

Finally, check out the community’s website. Although this isn’t an actual person, it is definitely a helpful resource. The website will inform you of what happenings are going on in the area during your move. If you choose to go to a local town event right as you move, you’re much more likely to grow committed to the area.

In Your Hawaii Islands Relocation

In this move, make sure you hire teams that are genuinely interested in making your move stress-free. This means, from start to finish, the realtor or moving company wants to see you succeed in this new area.

We can help you do just that. Century 21 All Islands feels invested in every customer’s journey that we take on. We are focused on your relocation being the best you could have imagined, even if you are moving under not ideal circumstances. Call (800) 735-2100 for the relocation you deserve. 

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