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An unexpected the rising interest rates and the belief that run-away receive calls from prospective tenants asking if our consequence of foreclosures is the potential impact West have a lot of demand for our East Hawaii product imposter landlords can pull information and photos from tenants with a valid lease, there is no protection for inflation will cause a market crash. Here's what I know. for-sale listings are also for rent. With just a few clicks, on tenants. While there are rules in place to protect Inventory is still constrained with no relief in sight. Price our listings and re-post them as rentals. While I thought a tenant who moves in as a result of a scam or even reductions and properties coming back on the market have increased most likely part of a knee jerk reaction to the press manipulating facts to create a scare. It's good to remember that today's rates are BEST what are traditionally considered normal Hawaii everyone was up-to-speed on this potential problem, my friends on the ocean in HPP wrote to inform me about the issue when they recently saw their home for rent on Craig's List using my 10 year old professional photos! Besides the use of professional photos, here for a tenant who takes occupancy from an owner who may still be listed as the legal owner but has no right to rent the property because of an on-going foreclosure. Tenants have no way of knowing if an owner is being foreclosed with no legal right to lease the property. Of It's tough to think of paying over 6% coming off 2.5% rates but none the-less, supply and demand should keep things balanced for awhile. Now, a quick reminder about landlords. When it comes to legitimate long-term rentals, check our MLS (allohaliving.com). Many rentals are still listed in the newspaper but it seems social media is where many people begin their search for new digs these days. While cell 936-5100 majormom@ilhawaii.net most postings are fine, unfortunately, (especially) Craig's are a few other red flags that might help weed out real from scam. Below market rent offers the first hint that the ad is probably bogus. As negotiations progress, a request for wired funds is, of course, most telling. It's good to know that State law requires that every landlord have an on-island representative so logically there should be someone locally who can collect rent or vouch for owner authenticity. If there are real doubts, check ownership with a REALTOR® or the tax office. Then they know about you! ask for positive ID. Unfortunately. Craig's List is not the Blog forward at www.hawaiianrealtyhomes.com FIND MY COLUMN EVERY SUNDAY OF THE MONTH. Watch "HAWAII LIFE" on YouTube! course, home ownership is the best way to avoid tenant related issues but for those who must continue renting, it's best to seek out local owners with a long history of ownership. Working with a reputable, licensed property manager is a great way for tenants to avoid problems with bogus owners or foreclosure evictions. So, if you are in the market for new digs, take time to dig deeper. Learn as much about your landlord or rental agent as 2021 East More Than Move-in Ready! NEW LISTING! Recently refreshed, this in-town 4bd/2ba, 1520sf home on a dead-end st includes SS appliance, Quartz counter, laminate floors & much more! MLS #662729 $605K hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com * hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com . hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com 80 HAWAI'I LIFE REAL ESTATE BROKE hawaiianrealty.com 800-667-5028 ext . 8122 Denise S. Nakanishi RB - 17031 , ABR , CRS , GRI , SRS " Major Mom is a Major Difference " KNOW YOUR LANDLORD ! As we await final quarter 2 numbers , talk about a rapid List has often become the conduit for a scammer's only place tenants run into trouble . We keep hearing talk shift in the market is rampant . Such talk focuses around profit center . It's fairly common for REALTORS® to of an eventual uptick in foreclosures . An unexpected the rising interest rates and the belief that run - away receive calls from prospective tenants asking if our consequence of foreclosures is the potential impact West have a lot of demand for our East Hawaii product imposter landlords can pull information and photos from tenants with a valid lease , there is no protection for inflation will cause a market crash . Here's what I know . for - sale listings are also for rent . With just a few clicks , on tenants . While there are rules in place to protect Inventory is still constrained with no relief in sight . Price our listings and re - post them as rentals . While I thought a tenant who moves in as a result of a scam or even reductions and properties coming back on the market have increased most likely part of a knee jerk reaction to the press manipulating facts to create a scare . It's good to remember that today's rates are BEST what are traditionally considered normal Hawaii everyone was up - to - speed on this potential problem , my friends on the ocean in HPP wrote to inform me about the issue when they recently saw their home for rent on Craig's List using my 10 year old professional photos ! Besides the use of professional photos , here for a tenant who takes occupancy from an owner who may still be listed as the legal owner but has no right to rent the property because of an on - going foreclosure . Tenants have no way of knowing if an owner is being foreclosed with no legal right to lease the property . Of It's tough to think of paying over 6 % coming off 2.5 % rates but none the - less , supply and demand should keep things balanced for awhile . Now , a quick reminder about landlords . When it comes to legitimate long - term rentals , check our MLS ( allohaliving.com ) . Many rentals are still listed in the newspaper but it seems social media is where many people begin their search for new digs these days . While cell 936-5100 majormom@ilhawaii.net most postings are fine , unfortunately , ( especially ) Craig's are a few other red flags that might help weed out real from scam . Below market rent offers the first hint that the ad is probably bogus . As negotiations progress , a request for wired funds is , of course , most telling . It's good to know that State law requires that every landlord have an on - island representative so logically there should be someone locally who can collect rent or vouch for owner authenticity . If there are real doubts , check ownership with a REALTOR® or the tax office . Then they know about you ! ask for positive ID . Unfortunately . Craig's List is not the Blog forward at www.hawaiianrealtyhomes.com FIND MY COLUMN EVERY SUNDAY OF THE MONTH . Watch " HAWAII LIFE " on YouTube ! course , home ownership is the best way to avoid tenant related issues but for those who must continue renting , it's best to seek out local owners with a long history of ownership . Working with a reputable , licensed property manager is a great way for tenants to avoid problems with bogus owners or foreclosure evictions . So , if you are in the market for new digs , take time to dig deeper . Learn as much about your landlord or rental agent as 2021 East More Than Move - in Ready ! NEW LISTING ! Recently refreshed , this in - town 4bd / 2ba , 1520sf home on a dead - end st includes SS appliance , Quartz counter , laminate floors & much more ! MLS # 662729 $ 605K hawaiianrealty.com hawaiianrealty.com