From the Archive
By HOM Editor | August 14, 2016
Hawai’i Association of REALTORS® works with the Governor’s office to help the island address homelessness crisis.
By HOM Editor | December 11, 2015
There are about 90,000 cesspools in Hawaii receiving wastewater. The state’s Department of Health wants to shut them down and convert to a public sewer system or septic system, but local REALTORS® oppose the conversion because it will affect housing af …
By HOM Editor | April 9, 2015
Honolulu’s Oahu island location makes it one of the nation’s most desirable and most expensive places to live. Unfortunately, the community currently faces a serious lack of housing inventory and a severe shortage of affordable housing. In response, Ho …
The partial government shutdown is having a negative impact on the real estate market.
The supply of homes for sale and the vacancy rates for rental housing have stabilized and are inching up again. But, demand is outpacing the current supply — especially at entry-level points in the market.
While many homeowners, homebuyers and real estate investors will see benefits from this legislation, some markets may still see diminished tax benefits and adverse impacts to the real estate market.
Congress has passed an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program, avoiding a lapse that would have impacted thousands of home sale transactions in communities across the country.
A recent survey ask different age groups what was their most important reason to be a homeowner. Now, you tell us!