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"Should I wait to sell my home in Hawaii?"

Looking to buy or sell a home in Hawaii? Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here for a FREE Home Price Evaluation so you know what buyers will pay for your home in today's market. You may also call us at (808) 426-7211 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.

Many homeowners are waiting for the price of their home to go up before they sell. What people don't realize is this will not ultimately result in a higher profit. This is because: 
  • Other home prices will rise as well, which means your next home will be more expensive. 
  • Interest rates will also rise if you wait too long to put your home on the market. Higher interest rates may completely eclipse the extra value you get from your home sale by waiting. 
  • If you are looking to build a new home, the price of construction will also have risen in the time you waited.

It may not be the best decision to wait for home values to rise. Rather, the best move you can make is to begin work on getting your home in the best possible condition and putting it on the market at an attractive price. By doing this, you can generate multiple offers and get top dollar for your home without having to wait. You need to make your move before prices and interest rates go up - waiting will only hurt you down the road.

If you are interested in selling or buying a Hawaii home or want further advice on how to take advantage of ideal market conditions, please give us a call or shoot us an email. 

Also, we want to remind you of our 9th-Annual Client Appreciation Party on August 24th. There will be thousands of dollars worth of giveaways, food, drinks, photobooth, games for the whole family and much, much more! 

We will also be collecting donations for Women in Need (WIN), a very unique nonprofit organization that empowers individuals who have been through domestic violence, homelessness, substance abuse and incarceration. In addition to monetary donations we'll also be accepting Living Necessities (Clothing, Baby Supplies, Household furniture, Small furniture or Toiletries).

We would love to see you there, so click here to RSVP!