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Real Estate Survival Guide

A manual for navigating Hawaii's housing market

Real Estate Survival Guide

Almost any conversation about the economic outlook in Hawaii these days inevitably arrives at one issue: housing. The cost of buying a home – for an individual, a family or a company concerned with keeping its people in Hawaii – is the soft underbelly of our economy. So in this issue, Hawaii Business sets out to assist in getting people in Hawaii into homes and shoring up our state workforce and our economy, and in the process, the social fabric that makes this state special.

As the residential real estate market nationally comes to a screeching halt and our local market sputters along, we offer a few things to help people survive and maybe even thrive on the Islands’ rocky real estate road. The following is our real estate survival guide.

Drive carefully.

Buy Now?

In Hawaii's unique real estate market, it's think locally, act locally

7 Tips for Today's Market

Whether you are buying or selling, these bits of advice can help you navigate through Hawaii's uncertain real estate world

The Neighborhood Watch lets you find out how much your neighbor's house is worth.

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