Beginner’s Guide To Staging For An Open House

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // July 13, 2016

An Open House can be a great way to draw in potential buyers when you’re selling a home. When you’re holding an open house, you’ll want to make sure your home is warm and inviting – without revealing too much about yourself as the seller. Staging your home, or making it look attractive inside by […]

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Selling Your Home: The Importance of Professional Photography

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // June 30, 2016

The opportunity to capture the attention of a prospective buyer or buyer’s agent can quickly fade away in seconds with poorly taken photos.  More often than not, the photos posted on the MLS or other online listing services provide the FIRST IMPRESSION of your home and can mean the difference between a more comprehensive glance […]

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4 Ways to Finance Home Improvements

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // June 11, 2016

Home improvements are not always cheap, so where can you find affordable ways to finance your projects?   1. Store Cards Store cards are one of the easiest types of financing to get approved for even if your credit isn’t perfect. DIY heroes will find all types of deals from no interest for 24 months (plenty […]

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Before & After Pictures from our Last Project!

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // June 5, 2016

Here are Before & After Pictures from our Last Project! Living Area         Kitchen         _________ Bathroom       __________   __________     _ __________ Oahu, Hawaii, Foreclosure, Short Sale, Cash Buyer, Hawaii, Buy Homes, Quick Sale, Distressed Seller, Veteran, Local, For Sale By Owner, Home Sale, […]

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Kupuna (Senior) Housing Solutions

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // May 19, 2016

Oahu’s Kupuna (Senior) population is expected to exponentially increase in the coming years as the Baby Boomer generation transitions to retirement age. This changing demographic comes with opportunities for our Kupuna as they prepare for this next stage in their lives. An important aspect of this transition is the preparation of their home situation to […]

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Real Estate Closing: What to Expect When Selling a Home

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // May 14, 2016

Real estate closing, or settlement, is the final phase of selling a home. It can take on almost a ritualistic significance – each step is not unlike the order of service in a wedding. By now, you (or, more often, the escrow company) have received a deposit from the buyers, a title search has been […]

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Much Mahalos to Randall Scott Photography!

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // May 4, 2016

Much Mahalos to Randall Scott for our home page background photo!  Your photos definitely capture the essence of the islands:-)   Check Randy’s Instagram for more pics@ randall_b

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How to Set the Price of Your Home

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // April 28, 2016

Pricing your home is tricky and can be the hardest part of selling a home. Setting the “right” price can make the difference between selling a home quickly and having it remain on the market for months. While property value plays a large part in the price you set, there are other factors to consider […]

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You Have to Short Sale Your Home: Now What?

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // April 20, 2016

Nobody wants to sell their home before their mortgage is paid off, but with foreclosure rates at a record high, more people than ever are being forced to short sale their houses. While the process is painful, it can be even worse if you don’t make sure to follow all the right steps. If you’re […]

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Is a Building Permit Necessary?

Posted by Earl Tsuneyoshi // April 14, 2016

What home improvements require building permits? Which remodeling items do and don’t need to have permits? Why do permits even exist? Home Remodeling Projects that Require Building Permits Home improvement and renovation projects which often require permit approval include: Aesthetic changes to the exterior Structural changes Demolition Adding sheds and alternative structures Finishing basements and […]

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