It was a beautiful day in Mapunapuna, and tons of paper was shredded for the recycler! Clients brought truckloads of old paperwork, and we were happy to load it in the bins and hear that truck shrrrrrred![Read more…] about Shredding Success!
I cant’ believe it’s been a year since I’ve updated this blog with monthly statistics. While a ding against my consistency, it’s also a nice way to see where we were last year and what the market felt like. Let’s take a look at the stats and compare how 2019 is shaping up versus last year.[Read more…] about March Brought More Inventory and Less Competition for Buyers
Here ye! Here ye! Bring all your unwanted personal documents to our office for SAFE and SECURE disposal! Clean out those file cabinets! Empty those manila envelopes! It’s time to SHRRRRRRRRRRED!
Shred-It Hawaii will be at our office (1045 Mapunapuna St., behind Servco Toyota) on Saturday, April 27, 2019 starting at 9:00 am with their document shredding truck. This is a free event, sponsored by my brokerage, so bring as much stuff to shred as you’d like!
- Paper only, since it will be recycled after shredding.
- Staples, small paperclips, and manila folders are fine.
- Plastics (i.e sheet protectors, binding combs), electronic media storage (i.e. CDs, thumb drives), and binder clips need to be REMOVED beforehand.
- Boxes will NOT be accepted, so please take those back home and blue bin those bad boys!
NOTE: Since this year is sponsored by my brokerage, it will not be as intimate as last year’s shred fest. I would highly recommend that you come as early as possible, and avoid any backlog that may be happening.
Hope to see you there!
Volunteers will be on hand all morning collecting your shredding items for the truck. Hope to see you all there, and thank you for supporting our event!
Howzit everyone! Hope you’re doing well after, what seemed like, such a weird month. It’s still snowing in April, we couldn’t eat any Romaine Lettuce, the rain was ridiculous for a weekend, and most recently: “Oahu median home price rises 11% as condo sales jump 13%.” That last one doesn’t seem as major next to real crisis headlines, but that didn’t stop news outlets from stoking the “housing crisis” fire this past weekend. Let’s take a step back, break down the numbers, and see if the panic is legitimate.
Happy April Everyone, so happy to be back on the web! Mercury is out of retro-grade, I’ve launched this new website, and I think I actually saw this sun today! All good things pointing to another productive Spring season in the real estate market, but has that translated to the numbers? Let’s take a look. [Read more…] about Are We Plateauing? Condo Median Price Says “NO!”