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Kohala Property - location. location. location

The Districts of North and South Kohala on the Big Island, Hawaii are historically significant - the birthplace of King Kamehameha just for starters, highly desirable and valued - top residential and resort neighborhoods, climacticly prefered - sunny and dry, a golfer's dream - the best world cla

Newsletter from No Tuna Farms President Tom Oiye

Aloha Neighbors!

Update on the County Council Redistricting Commission Hearings

Update on the County Council Redistricting Commission Hearings

October Real Estate Trends Kohala Coast Hawaii

Please read my October real estate trends for the Kohala Coast Hawaii here.

Use a Realtor in the Area you Want to Buy

If you are thinking of buying real estate in Hawaii (or anywhere) it is best to use a Realtor who lives in the area you are buying in. Some people have friends or family who are Realtors and think it a wise idea to use them to handle their purchases.

The Secret about October

It's a little closely guarded secret by local residents; October is a GREAT time to visit Hawaii. For the most part all the tourists are gone. The beaches are clear, the roads are open, the weather is great, sunsets spectacular, ocean calm and temparates comfortable.

Big Island Little Village - Kawaihae

On the West side of big Island right in the middle of the Kohala coast is the small village of Kawaihae. This Village is one of the oldest and most important on the island but many people simply fly through on their way up and down the coast.

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