The Home Buyer's Korner

Information presented should be used for educational purposes only.

June 18th, 2015

Guy looking up in color

GREATER KANEOHE HAWAII

The Home Buyer’s Korner

Google+ RE Community

Google+ Mortgage Lender Community

Google+ General Contractor Communities

After The Home Inspection

Home InspectionFirst, off the top let me get this out. A home buyer that expects a used home to be delivered like it’s new construction would do better working with a builder and for some home buyers it’s the better choice. Existing homes have issues, some are minor and some major. The purpose of a home inspection is to find major defects that would cause the home buyer not to want to move forward with the transaction or at the very least have unknown needed repairs completed by the seller. A home inspection should never be held out as a negotiation tool, when it’s clear the issue is minor or indicates it could of very well gone unnoticed by the seller.

A home buyer who is under the false pretense that a home inspection is for the purpose of creating a “fix it list” is setting themselves up more than they may think. Most sellers are smart enough and rightly feel a home inspection is not the home buyers opportunity to change the agreed upon contract terms and both the buyer and seller should have approached the original negotiation process in good faith. Trust me, when I tell you when either party doesn’t, it has a way of surfacing.

If major problems are discovered that should be fixed, then that is a different story and the real purpose of a home inspection. There is a second aspect to a home inspection when you are purchasing a home.FHA, VA or USDA financing. These agencies are also concerned about health or safety issues and require the most minor safety issue be corrected before allowing the home buyer to close on the home purchase with government insured financing. For example a cracked window pane or missing screen isn’t a make or break issue, but all three agencies consider them both a safety concern requires them to be repaired or replaced.

When home buyers start to over step their bounds, that’s when real estate transactions often go sour. Buying and selling a home is all about being reasonable. It very important that a home buyer takes the time to complete their own personal home inspection before making an offer and include any repairs noticed in their offer to purchase. An example would be seeing missing tile or if the seller pointed out in a disclosure statement a particular issue. For goodness sake, don’t ask the seller to fix an issue that was disclosed and you were aware of just because the home inspection pointed it out, unless the lender requires it. Most real estate agents have these lender issued covered and including a dollar amount the seller is willing to pay for required lender repairs. So remember, it’s all about being reasonable and well informed for a great closing to occur for both the home buyer and seller.

If you are selling your home and a repair issue comes up and you know neither you or the home buyer couldn’t possibly of been aware of the issue offer a repair or offer closing cost credit; or even a price reductions whenever possible. Negotiating home inspection issues are not an easy item to deal with. They are unexpected, but do happen and what you should be shooting for as a seller is to close on schedule.

There is simply too much stress and uncertainty in putting yourself on the line for repair work if you can avoid it, but remember it might be a lender issue and the only solution is to fix it or cancel the contract. Lenders can’t negotiate what Congress has mandated and FHA, USDA or VA loans are designed by congressional acts! That said, if it isn’t a needed repair, human nature comes into play and your home buyer is likely to be extremely picky about the quality of the work. You could wind up being asked for even more work if he or she is unhappy and seller credit or a price reductions allows you to sell, while avoiding that headache.

It is easy to see how you would be opening yourself up to a lot of stress here. Let’s say the roof has wind damage that the home buyer demands it be fixed. You agree that repairs need to be made and offer to have them done before the closing takes place. Two things can happen:

  1. The repairs take longer than expected and delays the closing if the home buyer or possibly the lender will not agree to an escrow hold back, or
  2. The shingles are newer and the home buyer doesn’t like with way the new shingle stand out. God forbid they now want the whole roof replaced. I can assure you some home buyer don’t mean to be picky, but it happens and aren’t aware they are asking for a $10,000 cosmetic repair. You know what they say, Sh#t happens, so avoid them with a credit when you can.

Most states have provisions in their state approved purchase agreements where the seller isn’t liable for any further costs in a situation like this, but you also just put yourself through a lot of unnecessary anxiety. Avoid the anxiety by providing an estimated cost of repairs by a licensed professional and offer a credit on the sale, unless your home buyer is using FHA, USDA or VA financing, in which you’ll have to complete the repairs before closing or get the lender to accept an escrow hold-back. The later being the better choice. This way the home buyer selects their contractor and deals with the consequences, while you can move on with your life.

In many states a seller is not obligated to repair their homes defects, as long as they are disclosed upfront and honest through the course of the sale. However, you also want to sell the house to a home buyer that is willing to pay what you want. Seller need to be to negotiable in most any type of markets and repairs are one area where this is a must. I can’t stress this enough, discuss any and all know issues you are aware of about your home with your real estate agent before you agree to listing it. They’re professionals and know about any issue you could possibly have and there to represent your best interest and they do! Accepting their advice is the least fool heart thing you can do.

All this being said, just because you must negotiate and spend a little money to sell, no one should be expect you to give in to every single demand. Haggling is an art not everyone is effective at and you need a real estate agent that knows how to represent you in this all too often difficult process. When you hire a real estate agent they know the value of what you are trading and are looking out for your bottom line. This is another one of those times where having an exceptional real estate agent in your corner really comes in handy.

In practical terms, this means focusing on what is best for you. There can be countless things that possibly needs repairing; some big, some small. You shouldn’t be expected to take care of them all, but you may need to take care of some.

If a home buyer approaches you with a list of issues, hopefully it’s reasonable and probably is, but it could be something like cracked tile in the kitchen and obvious when they viewed your home. Hopefully you didn’t cover it with a rug. As long as the lender isn’t requiring it to be repaired it’s an item that any reasonable person would assume was already negotiated in the original sales price and not subject to repair. Leaking pipes in basement, however is an altogether other issue and you probably need to address it by getting it fixed or offering the best of solutions with a closing credit.

Most small problems can be addressed by a contractor for a reasonable cost and this is where you have to decide your strategy. Which will cost you less? Which things are you willing to do? Will a particular situation be costly, like replacing heating and air conditioning unit? You may really want to avoid replacing the system, since it’s going to be expensive and the unit still has a few more years left in it. And you do not really feel like you should be responsible for it. If this is the case, offer to do all the other smaller repairs on the list. You can even explain that the old unit is the result of buying an older home and you are selling at a price that reflects this, but if you’re trying to use this excuse and it’s not reasonable it probably going to show up in the appraised and now you have a new issue to deal with. Again, things have a way of coming to light when you aren’t being upfront. Make it understood that you are willing to do a lot, but there is only so much you can reasonably asked to do.

For the sellers reading this post let me end with a few items to remember.

  1. Over the years you probable have become so comfortable with your nest you never stop to take a hard look around to see if it has some twigs that need fixing. Doing a once over of your home before putting it on the market really makes a difference!
  2. Navigating your way through the home inspection process is important. Don’t become stubborn! Take care of issues that are sure to come up again with a different set of home buyers and don’t try to negotiate with a lender requiring repairs; it simply isn’t going to happen unless you can set up a congressional hearing.
  3. It’s important to recognize problems that will be issues with anyone and deal with them. Unless it is an incredibly strong sellers’ market, where you can get away with telling a buyer they need to take the home “as is” and have cash in hand make sure you are reasonable. Doing so leads to happy days ahead and it begins with shaking hands with your home buyer at the closing table.

VISIT OUR GREATER KANEOHE AREA

HOMES FOR SALE LISTINGS

Livingston Homes for Sale

FIND HOMES THROUGHOUT KANEOHE HAWAII

HUD FORECLOSED HOMES IN & AROUND THE GREATER KANEOHE HI AREA

USDA FORECLOSED HOMES IN & AROUND THE GREATER KANEOHE HI AREA

FNMA HOMEPATH FORECLOSED HOMES IN & AROUND KANEOHE HI

FIND MORE FORECLOSURES IN & AROUND KANEOHE HI

HAWAII HOME OWNERSHIP TOOLS

Your Home Purchasing or Refinancing & Renovation Tools,

Home Improvements, Home Renovations,

Mortgage Loan Officers, Real Estate Agents & General Contractors

are ready to assist you with your home purchase.

Here are just a few of the home improvements

you might consider with any Home Renovation loan

Repair or replace a roof

Install, replace or repair gutters and downspouts

Replace, repair or upgrade your HVAC system

Repair or replace plumbing

Install, repair or replace electrical systems

Kitchen remodeling (including the purchase and installation of appliances)

Bathroom remodeling, Full interior painting, Total exterior painting

Repair or replace a septic system and/or well

Disability access (wheelchair ramp, elevator, widen doorways)

Build, repair or replace deck, patio or porch

Basement waterproofing and finishing

Abatement/Stabilization of lead-based paint hazards

Replace old windows, Room additions, Finish an attic

Add a second story to your home

Replace a termite damaged sill plate (a water-damaged sill plate also)

Possible landscaping items such as correction of grading & drainage problems,

tree removal, repair a driveway and sidewalks

FHA 203K

Your Home Purchasing or Refinancing & Renovation Tool

Mortgage Loan Officers, Real Estate Agents & General Contractors

are ready to assist you with your home purchase

FANNIE MAE HOMESTYLE

The Conventional Alternative to FHA 203K

Great for Real Estate Investors and Second Home Renovations

Mortgage Loan Officers, Real Estate Agents & General Contractors

are ready to assist you with your home purchase

USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Up to $10K for Home Improvements, Renovations or a Simple Remodel

Mortgage Loan Officers, Real Estate Agents & General Contractors are ready to assist you

A SIMPLE HOME SHOPPING INSPECTION TOOL

Organizing your home shopping experience affords a wise decision-making process.

This simple home inspection tool makes your ultimate buying decision a smart one.

To print this document click on “Open in New Window” located at the lower right corner;

click on “File”; then click on “Print”. In the center of the screen you will

have the option to “Create A Printable PDF of the Presentation”.

START YOUR PATH TO HOME OWNERSHIP TODAY

FNMA HomeStyle FNMA My Community Mortgage FHA One-Time Close Construction Portfolio or VA home loan Homes for Sale REO Short Sales FNMA HomePath Properties HUD Homes USDA Homes Condominiums Co-Ops Townhomes Manufactured Homes Modular Homes Mobile Homes Log Homes Second Homes Investment Property 2-4 Family Custom Home Builders Custom Built Homes Luxury Homes General Contractors Home Improvement Experts Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations Real Estate Brokers & Agents Mortgage Lenders Federal Credit Unions Community Bankers Real Estate Listings Jumbo Investor Hard Money HARP HECM Equity Zero 3% 3.5% Portfolio Non-Warrantable Down Payment Assistance Ahaolelo Ahuimanu Ahuimanu Hills Ahuimanu Knolls Alii Bluffs Alii Shores Bay View Estates Bay View Garden Bayview Golf Course Castle Hill Club View Estate Country Club Crown Terrace Haiku Knolls Haiku Park Haiku Plantation Haiku Village Hakipuu Halekauwila Hale Kou Halepuu Hauula Heeia Kea Heeia View Kaaawa Kaalaea Kahaluu Kahana Kahanahou Kam Hwy Makai Kamooalii Kaneohe Bay Kaneohe Heights Kaneohe Town Kaneohe Woods Kapuna Hala Keaahala Keapuka Kokokahi Kualoa Kualoa Beach Lilipuna Lulani Ocean Mahalani Mahinui Matson Point Mikiola Miomio Mokulele Nohanani Tract Parkway Pikoiloa Puahuula Punaluu Puohala Village Puualii Temple Valley Valley Estates Waihee Waihole Waikalua Waikane Windward Estates Windward Mall Woodridge KAMEHAMEHA HWY KAM HWY KAMAKOI RD Kamakoi Pl Kamakoi Rd Kamalani Pl Keneke Pl Keneke St Kenela St Kamau Pl Waiahole Homestead Rd KAMEHAMEHA HWY Kamehameha Hwy Kamooalii St Kinana Way Kanai Pl Kanaka Pl Kanaka St MAPELE Mapele Pl Mapele Rd Mapele Way Haamaile Pl Haamaile St Haanopu Way Kaimalu Pl KANEOHE BAY DR Kaneohe Bay Dr Hoonani Pl Hoopala St Miha St Kamehameha Hwy Holio Pl Hui Aeko Pl Hui Aeko St Hui Aeko Way HUI AKEPA HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI ALAIAHA PL Hui Alala St Hui Aukuu Pl Hui Io Pl Hui Io St HUI IWA Hui Iwa Pl HUI IWA ST HUI KELU ST Hui Kelu Pl Hui Kelu St HUI KOLOA PL Hui Nene St Hui Oo Pl Hui Oo Way Hui Palila Pl Hui Ulili St Miki Pl Huinawai Pl Mikihilina St Mikiola Dr MIKIOLA DR HULAKAI PL Kapalai Pl KAPALAI RD Kupale St Lilipuna Rd Kapea Pl Kapea St Kapehe St Hulinuu Pl Peninsula Pl AULOA RD Kapoo St AUMOANA PL Aumoana Way Aumoku St Auna Pl Auna St Kapunahala Rd Yacht Club Pl Lilipuna Rd Lilipuna Rd HALEKOU RD KEAAHALA RD Hulupala Pl Hulupala Way Mahalani Pl Hui Iwa St NAHEWAI ST Miomio Loop MIOMIO RD Kapoo St Heno Pl Henoheno Pl Henoheno St Liula Pl Liula St Uakea Pl Uakoko Pl Ualani Pl HAELE PL Uapoaihala Pl Aliikane Pl Emepela Pl Konohiki St Emepela Way Haiku Rd Noweo Pl Ehehene Way Uhilehua Pl Uhilehua St MAIHUA PL Paaila Pl KANEOHE Duncan Dr Ko Pl Ko St Humu Pl Humu St Koa Kahiko Pl Koa Kahiko St Hunaahi St Hunalepo St Koaena Pl Koaena St Hololio St Koaie Pl Anoi Pl Anoi Rd Poliahu Pl Luana Pl Nilu St AHUIMANU Ahuimanu Rd Haiku Plantations Dr Haiku Plantations Pl Haiku Rd HAIKU RD Haiku Rd Unahe Pl Nukoki Pl Nukumomi Pl NUKUPUU ST Nukupuu Pl NUKUPUU ST NUKUWAI PL KAMEHAMEHA HWY Pouhanuu Pl Pouhanuu Way Kohina St Ekepuu Pl AHUIMANU HLS KALANIANAOLE HWY STREAM APUAPU ST Koiawe Way Iuiu St Kam Hwy Hako St Hakuhale St Kokokahi Pl WILLIAM HENRY RD Halaulani St Kolani Pl Aeloa St Weleweka Pl Aliianela Pl ALIIKANE PL Aliipapa Pl Alina Pl Kolokio Pl Kolokio St Kolopao Pl Maka St Makahinu St Makahio St Lipalu Pl Lipalu St Makalani St Makaleha St Konale Pl Makamae St Konane Pl POMAIKAI PL Konohiki St MAKENA PL Makena St Koolau Hale Pl Koolau View Dr Halekou Pl Halekou Rd Halelo Pl Haleloke Pl HALEMANU PL Halemanu St Halemuku Pl HALEMUKU ST Halemuku Way Halenani Pl Lanipola Pl Laniwela Way Kopili Pl Malae Pl WAIAHOLE VALLEY RD Lehuuila Pl Lehuuila St LAENANI DR Ponaha Pl Neemua Pl Neepapa Pl Neepu Pl KOU PL Paepuu St Paewalani Pl LIHIKAI LIHIKAI DR LIKEKE PL LIKELIKE HWY Kauhaa Pl Kauinohea Pl Emepela Way AHAOLELO AHAOLELO PL AHAOLELO RD AHAOLELO ST AHILAMA AHILAMA PL Ahilama Rd Malio Pl Muku Pl Grote Pl Grote Rd Luhiehu Way AHUI NANI PL Ahui Nani Pl Ahui Nani Pl AHUIMANU RD AHUIMANU LOOP Ahuimanu Pl Seabury Pl AHUIMANU RD AHUIMANU ST Ahulimanu Pl Ahulimanu Way Keoe Pl KEOE WAY Keohapa Pl Aiai Pl Aialii Pl Aialii St Keole Pl Keole St PAHIA RD Pahikaua Pl Pahikaua St Pahikoli Pl Paholei St Pahuwai Pl Nahewai Pl Nahewai St Nahiku Pl Nahiku St MAWAENA ST Lulani Pl Lulani St AINA MOI PL AINA MOI PL Nakao Pl Pailaka Pl Nakuluai Pl Nakuluai St Nakumanu Pl Lile Pl Luluku Pl Luluku Rd Hui Kelu St Naliiko Pl Holokaa Street HALEKOU RD Meakaua St Mealele St Lilipuna Rd LILIPUNA PL LILIPUNA RD Lilipuna Rd Lilipuna Street Leleua Loop Leleua Pl Leleua Way Melekula Rd Namoku Pl Namoku St NANA PL Nanamoana Pl Nanamoana St KANEOHE BAY DR Kahinani Way KALENAKAI PL WAIKALUALOKO LOOP WAILELE RD WILLIAM HENRY RD KANEOHE BAY DR Kaneohe Bay KAMEHAMEHA HWY Keaahala Pl HUI IWA ST KEAAHALA RD Keaahala Rd E HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST KEAAHALA RD HUI IWA ST HUI KELU ST Keaalau Pl Hui Kelu St HUI KELU ST MUI PL HUI KELU ST HUI IWA ST HUI KELU ST AHUIMANU RD DUNCAN DR HOENE PL AHUIMANU RD KAHUHIPA ST Kamehameha Hwy KAPEHE ST LAUMAULA RD LILIPUNA RD MOKULELE DR PUAHUULA PL Waiahole Valley N Branch Rd Waiahole Valley Rd KAMEHAMEHA HWY KAMEHAMEHA HWY WAIAHOLE VALLEY RD LAHA ST Hoene Pl KAMEHAMEHA HWY LAHA ST NILU ST OLINA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST LAHA ST KOU PL MUI PL OLINA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST EMEPELA ST Haiku Rd Keana Rd LAHA ST KOU PL OLINA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST KOU PL MUI PL OLINA ST HUI ALAIAHA PL HUI IWA ST Halliday Pl LAHA ST KOU PL LAHA ST OLINA ST NILU ST HUI ALAIAHA PL HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST Hui Iwa St HUI IWA ST HAIKU LAHA ST KOU PL KOU PL LAHA ST OLINA ST Nilu St NILU ST OLINA ST Hui Alaiaha Pl HUI ALAIAHA PL WENA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL WENA PL HUI AKIKIKI PL Wena St HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST  HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST LAHA ST MUI PL MALOLO RD OLINA ST NILU ST NILU ST Yacht Club Pl HUI ALAIAHA PL HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST HUI IWA ST Yacht Club St MUI PL LAHA ST OLINA ST NILU ST LAHA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST LAHA ST KOU PL LAHA ST KOU PL KOU PL LAHA ST OLINA ST NILU ST HUI ALAIAHA PL HUI IWA ST Nenehiwa Pl Pakai Pl Laha St KOU PL MUI PL LAHA ST KOU PL OLINA ST HUI ALAIAHA PL HUI AKIKIKI PL HUI IWA ST Pakiko Pl Pakiko Way PAKU PL Pakualua Pl Apapane Pl APAPANE ST Mauli Pl Apau Loop Apau Pl Kuahulu Pl Kuahulu Way Kuakoa Pl Kuakua Pl Apiki St Kuapuiwi Pl Nani Pl Kuaua Way Nanihoku Way Nanilani Way Naniwahine Way Pikoiloa Pl WILLIAM HENRY William Henry Rd Waiahole Valley Rd Lupo St KUHONU PL AKA PL Akakoa Pl Kukane St Kukia St Akapane Pl PALEKA DR Paleka Pl Paleka Rd MALUKAI PL Malulani Pl Malulani St Malumalu Pl Luluku Rd  Nihina Pl Kulauli St Kulauli St Na Holoanai Way Holokaa Pl Holokaa St Holokuku Pl Hololio Pl Hololio St Akimala Pl Akimala St Holomakani Pl Holomakani St Pilina Pl Pilina Way Holonui Pl Pilipaa St Apoalewa Pl Holopeki St Holopu Pl Holouka Pl HOLOWAI PL HOLOWAI ST PUAAE RD Kulukeoe Pl Kulukeoe St KUMAKUA PL Haukaekae Pl Mapumapu Rd Kumoo Loop KUMOO PL HAUNANI Haunani Pl Halualani Pl Haupoa St Mawaena St Mawaena St Paliiki Pl KUNEKI PL Kuneki St Kuneki Way KUONO PL Kupale St Kupohu St Poohala Pl Seabury Pl Pookela Pl Pookela St Nilu St Haiku Rd Kuu Home Pl Kuuipo Pl WAIAHOLE HMSTD WAIAHOLE HOMESTEAD RD WAIAHOLE HOMESTEAD RD WAIAHOLE VALLEY RD Waiahole Valley Rd WAIAHOLE VALLEY RD WAIAPE PL Poomau St Waiawi St WAIHEE Waihee Pl WAIHEE RD WAIHEE ST Waikalua Pl WAIKALUA RD WAIKALUA WAY WAIKALUALOKO LOOP Waikane Valley Rd Waikapoki Rd Onekai St Nana Pl WAILEHUA RD Wailehua Pl Wailehua Rd WAILELE Wailele Rd Emepela Pl Kiowai St Wainana St HINALANI PL Hinalani St Keikikane Loop Keikikane Pl Hinamoe Loop Hinamoe Pl Hinapu St Kipawale Pl Moakaka Pl Moakaka Way Moamahi Way Aeloa St Waiohia Pl Waiohia St Waipaipai St Waipua Pl Konane Pl Alakai St Alaloa Pl Alaloa St Meheanu Loop Meheanu Pl Ka Hanahou Cir BAYSIDE PL Emepela Pl Oha Pl OOPUHUE PL Cobb Adams Rd Ohaha Pl Ohaha St Ohala Pl Ohala St Pua Alowalo St Pua Inia St Pua Makahala St Puaae Pl Puaae Rd Puahuula Pl Hio Pl Puali Koa Pl Puali St LAENANI DR Laenani Dr Puamohala St Puapoo Pl Alokahi Pl Alokahi St JOHNSON RD Heeia St A Ahuimanu Pl Bayview Haven Pl Kialua St Kamehameha Hwy Heumiki Pl Heupueo Pl Kiani St Emepela Pl Emepela Way Melekua Rd Iole Pl Iole St Meli Pl Alawiki St Iouli Pl Mahakea Rd MAHALANI Mahalani Cir Mahalani Pl Mahalani St Hiwalani Pl Laha Street Iakopo Pl Okana Rd Mahinui Pl MAHINUI RD Konale Pl OKANA PL Okana Pl Okana Rd OKANO RD Hoaahi Pl Lamalama Pl Ipuka Pl Ipuka Pl IPUKA ST PULAMA Ipulepo Way Pulama Pl PULAMA RD Hiipoi St Hikiwale Pl Hikiwale St Hololio St Hoauna Pl Hoauna St Kamehameha Hwy MUI PL SPRINGER PL LAMAULA RD Lamaula Pl Lamaula Rd Maiapilo Way Maiaponi Pl JOHNSON RD Olakino Pl Pulu Pl Hilinai St Hilinama St Popoki Pl Popoki St Waliwali Pl Hua Pl Hualukini Pl Huawaina Pl Maihua Pl Punalei Pl Punawai St Kaneohe Bay Drive Iris Pl KA HANAHOU CIR KA HANAHOU PL Lohiehu Pl Lohiehu St Puohala St Puoni Pl Loihi Pl Loihi Pl Loihi St Kaalaea Rd Kaaluna Pl Kaaohua Way Honekoa St Hoene Pl KAELEPULU Keluka Pl Lokea Pl Alii Anela Pl Kahekili Hwy Aneko Pl Apuakea Pl Apuakea St Apuapu St Kahiko St Mokulele Dr Mokulele Pl Kahinani Way Kahinani Pl KAHINANI Lolii Pl Lolii St Kahowaa Pl KAHUHIPA ST KAHUHIPA ST Kahuhipa St Lolopua Pl Lolopua St Nohea Pl NOHOKAI PL Nohomalu Pl Nohonani Pl Noii Pl Ihilani St Lilipuna Rd B Oceanview Kailiwai Pl Mimo Pl Kaimalolo Pl KAIMALU PL KAIMALU WAY WILLIAM HENRY RD Ikeanani Dr Ikeanani Dr Paleka Rd Ikenakai St Ikiiki St Mololani Pl Nawahine Loop Laulea Pl Laumiki Pl Kaku St Awanene Pl Awanene Way Awapapa Pl Kalali Pl Kalali St Awele Pl Kalamalo Pl KAHINANI WAY Hui Oo Pl Malae Pl Hololio St Kalaua Pl Nona Loop Kalenakai Pl Lomi Pl Kalimaloa St PUULAU PL Puulena St Puuloko Pl Puuluna Pl Puuohalai Pl Puupele Pl Puupele St

Join us at Real Estate Social

Comments are closed.