Top-rated lgbtq agents in honolulu

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Danny

Danny - Gay Realtor

Born and raised on Oahu, let my 42 years of being one of the top agents on the Island obtain your real estate goals. My husband and I reside in Kaneohe on the Island of Oahu. I love all ocean sports and outdoor activities, and would love to get you ...read more
Tina

Tina - Gay Realtor

Since 1994 Tina has sold single family homes, multiple family units, new construction, lots, and acreage to or for discerning Sellers and Buyers. Now a Nuuanu resident on the island of OAHU, Tina conscientiously offers her detail oriented and quality ...read more
Melvin

Melvin - Gay Realtor

Melvin has worked in title, originating mortgage loans, and real estate sales. Therefore, Melvin has knowledge and experience from all major aspects of the real estate industry process. Melvin uses today's real estate marketing technology to serve ...read more
Shannon

Shannon - Gay Realtor

I absolutely love being a real estate agent and while many believe it is very easy, it is the most difficult job I have ever undertaken while also the most rewarding! Work Experience: I have worked in real estate since 1996 becoming very familiar with ...read more

Honolulu News

Hawaii Gay City Guide: Finding Your Own Slice of Paradise
When most people think of Hawaii, they think of an island paradise – palm trees and ocean and beauty as far as the eye can see – and rightfully so. Beyond its natural beauty however, Hawaii has a rich history, and a vibrant culture, with plenty of opportunity, and much to see and do. Truly, it would be a wonderful place to call home. A Glimpse into Hawaii’s History Hawaii was initially settled by the Polynesians, who settled there thousands of years ago. In the 1700s, European ...more
Honolulu, HI Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and a popular tourist destination.  It’s also a great place to live.  With a population of almost 400,000, Honolulu itself is fairly large.  When it’s combined with the consolidated area surrounding it, that population reaches almost one million people.  Naturally, with a state that legalized same-sex marriage in 2013 and has offered same-sex benefits since 1997, it’s no surprise that many LGBT people live in Hawaii. Many people ...more
Honolulu's Top Selling Neighborhoods
The Ewa Plain and Waikiki led the way with the most single-family home and condominium sales on Oahu in September, according to the Honolulu Board of Realtors. But both submarkets saw decreases in sales when compared to the same month last year. For instance, there were 41 single-family homes sold in the Ewa Plain, which includes Ewa Beach and Kapolei, last month, a drop of 15 percent from September 2011. Meantime, 63 condos were sold in Waikiki last month, a decrease of 5 percent from the same ...more
Gay Realtor Honolulu Neighborhoods
Although Honolulu does not have the large gay communities of San Francisco, Los Angeles or New York City, it is a gay friendly city according to gay realtor Honolulu. Up until the turn of this century, the Kuhio District was known for its lively street scene and gay-owned businesses. In the last ten years or so, the gay neighborhoods have shifted. According to gay realtor Honolulu, Honolulu’s top gay neighborhoods include the Diamond Head area of Waikiki. Other gay-friendly neighborhoods include ...more
Gay Realtor Honolulu Tips on Home and Renter’s Insurance
Whether you rent or own, gay realtor Honolulu warns that all homes are susceptible to damages. You need to protect your personal belongings and your being with the homeowner’s tenant’s insurance package that you can most afford. Home owners and property investors must by insurance or they are unable to buy a home.  Gay realtor Honolulu also advises that renters get insurance as well. This is because it is unlikely that your landlord covers your losses if there is a hurricane or fire.  ...more
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