buyers: Hidden Dual Agency – Your Agent Cannot Negotiate for You - 04/11/14 07:11 AM
What Do You Mean You’re Not Negotiating for Me? With newly clarified rules, some larger brokerages may find their buyers in dual agency situations more often than not.  What’s dual agency, you ask?  Remember that paper you signed or the discussion we had about agency when we first started working together?  Of course you don’t, as the language Realtors® deal in can be very “legal-eze” and we all tend to “skip” hearing things we don’t want to hear and get on with what we want to do – get a good deal on buying or selling property.
In a nutshell, when … (0 comments)

buyers: Same Ohana Different Hale - Oahu Hawaii Real Estate Online! - 04/11/14 04:53 AM

It's not often in our life we are given the opportunity to create positive change.  Our same great team of Realtors and some new associates have joined our new company, Oahu Real Estate Online, LLC- a local brokerage for and by experienced Realtors- and we have our new informational website where you can find out about Oahu and Honolulu's neighborhoods, about Hawaii, hints for buyers and sellers and more; as well as our great site for full property searches, mobile app, and text abilities with a 24/7 live help now called - and we do!   Give me a call or zap … (0 comments)

buyers: More of the Facts You Need to Know About Hawaii Real Estate - 04/08/13 09:51 AM
See Part One here:
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Our Sunday newspaper has articles and excerpts from the Wall Street Journal. One of those is an article on the 10 things a “blank” won’t tell you; fill in financial planner, resort, Disney, bank, etc. So I thought I’d let you in the ten things your Hawaii Realtor® or Real Estate Agent won’t tell you. Follow us this week as we look at them in depth at
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7. Technology is key in getting an accepted offer (one third of the process) and in getting the transaction through to closing with … (0 comments)

buyers: Part 1: Qualifying – the First Step in Home Buying in Hawaii - 08/22/11 04:00 PM
Part 1: Qualifying – the First Step in Home Buying in Hawai’i
The first step in buying a home in Honolulu or anywhere in Hawaii is always to find out what you have to work with.  Your Realtor can recommend several lenders to help you assess your mortgage needs.  In this step a lender will help the buyer figure out the amount that the buyer is qualified to borrow, and determine any options available to the buyer to increase borrowing power. 
Although a  general pre-qualification is the minimum needed, in the market today a Pre-Approval both lets the seller know you … (0 comments)

Katherine Braden, R PB ePRO ABR AHWD SFR (Oahu Real Estate Online LLC)

Katherine Braden


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