- Groundhog Day on Kauai – Spring Buying Season?
- Lender Approved Price – Eastside Mountain View Short Sale
- How the Coconut Wireless affects Kauai Real Estate
- Kauai REO Buying Tip; Why do I need a buyers agent?
- Kauai Real Estate Market – It’s a Smore
- MLK Birthday Memories
- Kauai Eastside Foreclosure Pick of the Week
Category Archives: Kauai foreclosures
MLS 229156. Photos. Virtual Tour. Map Lender approved price of $315,000 – waiting for your offer! Enjoy views of the Anahola Mountain range from your open great room. For more information about how to make an offer on a … Continue reading
Although I grew up in small farming towns, we moved to Kauai from the city. I have many embarassingly funny stories about my cultural adjustment, especially getting used to what we call the “Coconut Wireless”… Enjoy the song and lyrics – Coconut Wireless, by Kepa Kruse, … Continue reading
What’s firm, a little cracked and spicy on top and bottom – but gooey and mooshy in the middle? Smores? or the Kauai Real Estate market? Listings priced to sell – sell. But they have to compete with REO’s and … Continue reading
Drumroll please!! My top REO pick of the week for Kauai’s Eastside Coconut Coast was featured on this week’s Broker Caravan; 6011 Olohena Road #1 MLS 240819 – $559,900 All Photos More Eastside REO listings; Kauai Eastside REO Update Maybe … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! Remember this scary guy from the 90’s? Working with Kauai short sales during the past 3 years, many times I’ve felt like we’re unwitting players in a ‘Short Sale Tales from Crypt’ series. Any producers want to try … Continue reading
In the middle of writing multiple offers for buyers on Princeville REO and short sale condos it’s a bit confusing comparing our local reality with what we’re hearing on national news. It sure seems like the tide is turning with … Continue reading
Ever wonder what happened after viewing a home, or watching a video walk-through? This Princeville REO home with Bali Hai views was purchased by the previous owner in September 2005 for $1,067,000. After an unsuccessful short sale offering, the lender … Continue reading