Mexico Travel Advisory makes Hawaii a Great Vacation Choice

Real Estate Agent with Beach Villa Resort

The State Department issued a travel advisory yesterday after three Americans were killed in the cross fire of drug violence. As spring breakers flock to Mexico, it is nice to know that in Hawaii, crime is at the lowest point ever recorded.

There is safety in vacationing and owning property in Hawaii, our 50th US State. We ourselves, looked at purchasing vacation property in Baja, Mexico and I am really glad that we purchased at the Beach Villas at Ko Olina instead. (Due to the smarts of my wife, more-so than myself I must add.)

According to the New York Times, at least 50 people were killed in Mexico this past weekend and drug violence included attacks in the major tourist city of Acapulco. Three U.S. Consulate employees in Juarez were also killed on Sunday. If American diplomats are not safe, how will tourists fair?

With the recent decline in housing prices and rental rates in the Hawaiian Islands, now is a good time to investigate vacationing and/or purchasing a piece of our tropical paradise in the good old United State of America. Purchase prices at our property, the Beach Villas are running around 40% less than the purchase cost from a couple of years ago and our vacation rental website is running specials like buy one week and get up to seven additional nights for free.

Vacation rental rates are low, purchase prices are low, crime is low, safety is high and value is high.

Pick your vacation experience as we offer rates for both a hotel experience including daily housekeeping with sheets and towels replaced every four days or a nicer than the typical condo experience that includes a mid stay cleaning with the exchange out of all of your linens, (who wants to wash sheets and towels in an apartment sized washer and dryer while on vacation) in addition to the standard departure cleaning.

Rates also include, assigned underground parking, high speed internet, resort fees, WiFi and local, mainland and Canadian calls, saving you another $50.00 - $100.00 per day over your typical hotel stay.

So come and experience some of our world famous "Aloha" spirit; swim, play some golf, learn to surf, eat our great food, and just come and relax on our white sandy beaches while gazing across the azure and turquoise colored waters. Since the Beach Villas at Ko Olina are right on the water, you won't have to travel to get to the beach, you're already here.

Alfred & Deanna Harding-- Homeowners, Proprietors and Real Estate Professional


As with any investment, you'll have to draw your own conclusions and make an educated decision as to if this investment is better than another investment for your situation. A lot has to do with your own motivations and why you wish to be here at the Beach Villas. I can lend you my ear but ultimately, only you will know if this is the right fit for you.

If you're considering a purchase, you should also run all of the legal documents through your attorney as there is a forest worth of documents between you and Centex, Centex and Ko Olina Development (KOD), Beach Villas and KOD, Beach Villas and Resort Management, etc. I am not an attorney. If you're coming for vacation, all of the legalize between the entities makes no difference.

Ko Olina Vacation Reservations available at: Beach Villa Resort Reservations.



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