Tuesday, April 19, 2011
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Waimea, Big Island,Hawaii
107 year old wisdom says,"It's bad now, but it will come back," ... "And people who buy now, they'll make a lot of money," click HERE to read an excellent article about lifelong investing.
Saturday, July 31, 2010
This Estate has EVERYTHING! This is an amazing property, with 4 bedrooms 3 full baths, a self contained guest house, spa, 7 hole 1,600 sq ft putting green,ocean AND mountain views,office,lounge,plant shade house,storage,and much more!!Would you believe this estate has no monthly OR yearly association dues, and low taxes? WOW! $939,000.00
Call me, Sunny (Riley) Petropoullakis RS for more information (808)959-1117
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Fern Acres, on the Big Island of Hawaii
Come build your dream home in Hawaii, or invest in your future!Great elevation for growing.Never scrape ice from your windshield ever again!Go for a hike in the national park, or go for a short drive down to the coast for a day at the beach!There are coffee shops, galleries, wine tasting, golf, excellent Thai food, a Farmer's Market, and much more near by. For more information on affordable land starting at $6,000 in Fern Acres, Hawaiian Paradise Park, Nanawale Estates, and much more, call Sunny (Riley) Petropoullakis RS
Monday, July 12, 2010
This is a rare find! An AQUAPONIC FARM in Hawaii!
Included in this unbelievable sale: A custom, 4 bedroom 2 bath home with many luxury extras, like central air conditioning, and granite counter tops!
10,000 gallon water tank
2048 sq feet aquaponic grow beds
5 raised beds
processing shed, (including 2 sinks, stainless steel table, fridge/freezer, stainless steel shelving, hard plastic harvest containers, harvesting tools, plumbing and electricity hooked up.)
2 sprouting tables (192 sq feet grow area) fiber glassed, with a roof for shade and to keep rainwater out, plumbed to system
about 5000 net pots
about 70 grow trays
67 grow rafts with holes already drilled, painted and cut into 4'x4' sections
2 4000 gallon fish tanks
800 white tilapia (about $8400)
2 sump tanks
Honda EU 3000 generator ($1200)
about 50 airstones
2 high end Sweetwater pumps
plumbing for aquaponics
1/2 acre of weed matting
PVC frame for 1025 feet of protected grow space to support row covers
organic certification for the 2010-2011 year (about $1000)
food safety certification
templates for harvest records, hand washing, planting and invoices
all product currently growing at time of sale (about $3000)
about 18,000 gallons of nutrient and bacteria rich water (priceless)
All on one acre of land in beautiful Hawaii for $395,000.00!!!
Call Sunny(Riley) Petropoullakis RS for more details!
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Here is the first installment of a series I will be writing here. For lack of a better name, I will call it "Real Estate Tips" Here is Tip #1: If you want to sell your house, fix your front door. Please feel free to take this as literally as you like. I understand that every situation is different. Maybe you think, well I might lose this house, so I really can't invest any money in making the front of the house look fashionable. Well, to be very blunt, you can't afford not to. If you are serious about selling your home, you really need, at the very least, to be able to get in and out of the front door with ease.
If you are really short on cash, use some Wd 40 on the hinges, or replace the knobs, and locks. Next, paint the door. This may seem unimportant, but please believe me, it is. About 95% of the buyers out there have very little imagination, so you really must think about your first impression. Curb appeal is REALLY THAT important. Studies have shown that landscaping is actually more important when it comes to selling your home, than the very popular kitchen remodel! After you make sure the front door opens and closes nicely, and the door is painted, look at your entryway. Is it clean? Are the front steps in good shape? You don't want your potential buyer to trip on his way to the front door! Better Homes And Gardens has a great article you may want to read that gives inexpensive, quick, and easy ways to improve your curb appeal.