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Once you’ve found a Realtor to represent and advise you on what is going to be the biggest financial transaction you ever make, step 2 to buying a home is to get pre-approved by a mortgage lender. As Realtors, we won’t put an offer in on a home for a client unless he or she has been pre-approved. In addition, it’s important that you have an understanding of how much you can comfortably afford to spend on a home, what your monthly payments will be, what interest rate you qual
Uber is here! The global riding sharing service has finally come to the Garden Island. Uber has been on Oahu and Maui for a few years and now compliments our transportation services like the Kauai Bus and other taxi companies. We are happy to welcome Uber and have (hopefully) an affordable and reliable transportation option. It also could provide new job/income opportunities for many on the island as well as an option for visitors who don't want to have to rent a car. If o
Both of these issues are sure to bring a lot of debate and discussion to our north shore! What are your thoughts? Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 5:07 pm | Updated: 5:13 pm, Mon Mar 20, 2017. Allan Parachini - Special to The Garden Island | A perfect storm is about to strike Hanalei, but it’s neither a hurricane nor a tsunami. Actually, it may be two separate storms that loom on the horizon for the small North Shore community, and although no provable tie between them can be
Most people start their home buying search on Kauai by looking at sites such as Realtor.com, Zillow or Trulia. That’s completely fine and understandable, but step 1 to buying a home should be to find a qualified Realtor to represent you. This is especially important if you are shopping for your new home, condo or land from a distance. Searching online at Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, etc. on your own takes a LOT of time. A Realtor can set you up for automatic search via the