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Tips for Moving Into Your New Home

Moving into a new home can be challenging. Stress and exhaustion are a natural byproduct of the upheaval created from relocation. However, a coordinated, inexpensive and organized transition is possible and actually pretty simple if you utilize the tips listed below. Please let us know if you would like more tips! Finding Boxes:  Visit homedepot.com…Read More »

Keeping Your New Home Secure

Spring is in the air and vacation plans may not be far behind!  Whether you are embarking on a weekend getaway or an extended trip, it’s critical that you make arrangements to ensure the safety of your new home.  Implement the following suggestions and enjoy increased peace of mind on your get-away! Befriend a  neighbor.  A…Read More »

Home Buying: The Basics of Homeowners Insurance

Once you’ve purchased your dream home, it’s time to protect it! Buying a home can be very risky without homeowners Insurance. It is essential for safeguarding your most valuable possession against defects, vandalism and disaster. It will cover the costs of repairs in the event of calamities such as fire, storms, vehicles, aircraft, riots, theft,…Read More »

Why a Home Buyer Needs an Inspection

If you ever watch any home buying or remodeling shows on satellite or cable TV, you know what kinds of secrets a home inspection can reveal about a seemingly-safe house! Home inspections are crucial before finalizing any real estate purchase. The purpose of a home inspection is to evaluate the physical condition of the home…Read More »

How to Choose a Home to Buy

If you’re ready to start looking for your dream home, and you’ve narrowed your search to a few select neighborhoods, take these following tips to heart: 1. Types of homes. Choose the type of home that is the most appealing yet practical for you. In addition to single family homes, there are multifamily homes, condominiums…Read More »

Staging a Home For Sale During The Holidays

While the holidays are a favorite time of year for millions, it’s definitely not their favorite time to buy a home. The housing market plunges between the months of November and January as people put turkey dinners, tinsel and trees on the top of their lists and house hunting on the bottom. However, if you…Read More »

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Featuring Malia Siu

Malia Siu, VP, R, ABR

Malia is a highly sought-after “FINE HOME SPECIALIST” for the island of Oahu. She is an expert in the Honolulu & Windward area. Her ability to successfully plan strategize, market and negotiate has resulted in many satisfied and happy clients. Malia enjoys getting to know her clients so that she may better understand their needs and desires for the short and long term.

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          Eighteen Properties
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          1860 Ala Moana Blvd. Suite 412
          HONOLULU, HI 96815
          Phone: 808-595-8478
          Fax: 888-282-0552
           

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