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Kailua Eats

The town of Kailua on the Windward side of Oahu is best known for its gorgeous beaches. It is a fun little beach town with some quirky shops, beautiful hikes, and delicious restaurants. Most of the shops and restaurants are in about a four-block area in Kailua town. For breakfast, try Moké’s, located across Kailua Road from […]

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Kid Friendly Hotels on O’ahu

Hilton Hawaiian Village   Truly a village of its own. We’re looking at 22 acres of beachfront property on the far end of Waikiki. The Hilton has so many activities that it’s common for tourists to visit the island without even leaving the village. You can sail out on the Hilton’s catamaran and snorkel with […]

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5 Activities To Do With Your Visitors That Won’t Exhaust You

If you’ve lived in Hawai’i longer than two years, I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that friends from the mainland jump at the chance to visit your humble abode. Sometimes, you’ve done all the generic bucket list things with all the friends and you’re completely exhausted by the second wave of visitors. They take off work, […]

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5 Hawaiian Words Everyone Interested In Hawaii Should Know

Whether you’re planning on visiting or moving to the Hawaiian Islands, language is sure to be one of the first things you notice when your plane lands. The flight attendant will likely welcome you to the islands with aloha ahiahi e komo mai i ka Hawai’i malama pono a hui hou. You may then need to catch […]

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5 Things to Know About Escrow in Hawaii

If you’ve ever talked with anyone about buying or selling real estate, at some point you may have heard the word “escrow” used in a bunch of indecipherable ways. From experience I know “escrow” is a word that everyone has heard and feels like they should know but often don’t. Don’t sweat it. I’ll break […]

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How is the housing market on Oahu?

As we’ve said before, Oahu’s housing market makes for a historically reliable investment. Over the past 40 years, both single family homes and condos have made a steady march in the upward direction.