Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Zune Giveaway!!!

In conjunction with Tech Tree PC, we are offering a special giveaway. With the purchase of one of the predetermined properties, a lucky Buyer will receive a FREE 8Gb Zune MP3 Video Player. So don't delay, visit Owner Financing Hawaii, and see which properties qualify for this offer (hint: they have the zune logo after the property description).

Friday, December 5, 2008

Where do you put the money? How can you protect your assets?

Fidelity Investor editor, Jim Lowell, and Terry Coxton of Casey Research talk investment strategies on Fox News today. "Take a big chunk of cash and go for something tangible" says Coxton. He mentions gold, but another "tangible" investment is real estate. The age old strategy has always been buy low and sell high, so now is an excellent time to take some of that cash and invest it in low priced, ocean front land in Hawaii. Diversify, don't just go for the gold, buy some acreage as well. For more information on purchasing property in Hawaii, contact Sunny Petropoullakis RA (808)959-1117 sunnypetro@yahoo.com
Photo by Byron Dee Photography

Thursday, December 4, 2008


Are you wanting to snap up a excellent oceanfront property while the prices are low?Want to get in on a great owner financing deal? Call the friendly people at Hawaii Land Realty Corp. (808)959-1117
Photo by Byron Dee Photography

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

Laupahoehoe Point

Here at Laupahoehoe Point is a lovely park, a little community, and a Quaker family that sells fresh milk from their grass fed Jersey cows. They also sell fresh eggs from their free range chickens.

Monday, November 10, 2008

green is never mean

Bamboo Flooring will have you floored, and Bamboozled, and with land purchased with owner financing, you'll have money left over to pay for it. In addition you be helping the Earth relieve itself of the billions of flourishing stalks, proud standing, ever producing, ravishingly colorful, reaching to the sky, pleasant to the eye. Contact Bob at: jairus@interpac.net
or call 808 959-1117.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Grow Your Own in Hawaii

Here in Hawaii you can raise your own vegetables and fish year-round, using one to fertilize the other! Sustainable farming all on a piece of property that is Owner Financed, and with a low down payment. Such a deal!

Ask Bob about his 3 acre listing, with a driveway already in, for only $500. down and $500 per month on a selling price of $39,500.

Pictured above is a part of the Aquaponics project run by a young couple doing organically grown fish and lettuce farming, on their Hamakua property. For anyone interested in more information on aquaponics as a commercial venture or for home use they conduct classes and a free tour every Saturday morning.

Call now to hear about current listings of owner financed, low down payment properties.
Bob Riley, 808 959-1117, 808 895-3434 or email him: jairus@interpac.net.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Owner Financing in Hawaii

We have a new link to share with the world:


Andreas, one of our agents created this site to help explain and showcase properties with owner financing. Content will still be added as it becomes available, but it is up and running.
There you will find some helpful information and more details on the properties available with owner financing.
Just recently Andreas had a call from a buyer that was quite direct about not wanting to go through a bank for financing due to where the economy is right now.
Owner financing does offer some unique benefits to buyers that can not be offered by banks and conventional lenders.
If you are interested purchasing something or have questions regarding the process, contact Andreas at 808-989-9436 or hawaiilandrealtyco@yahoo.com.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Green living in Hawaii

Many are concerned about being "green", which could mean anything from recycling, shopping with a re-usable bag, to building an entire house out of "green" materials. Some have dreams of being completely self-sufficient and earth friendly. Maybe you just want to be independent from "The Man", and free from the uncertainty of the economy.

Here on the Big Island you can get an acre in a rural neighborhood with no CC&Rs.Being free of Covenants Codes & Restrictions, means you can build your house any way you want, and paint it any color you want.You can build out of sand bags,or reclaimed lumber,use solar, or you can grow a acre of papayas and bananas, or maybe have your own herd of dairy goats. Imagine living on an acre where fruit and vegetables grow all year round.

Here in Hawaii there is such a subdivision, it is called Hawaiian Paradise Park, and one acre lots start at $30,000.00 cash. It has electric and telephone, but no county water, we collect our own water(no water bill!Yeah!). Come live your dream!

Want advice about going solar and living off the land? Need information about using environmentally friendly building materials in Hawaii? Want to buy some land in Hawaii with a low down payment of$2,000.00 and only $650.00 per month, owner financing?Call Sunny Petropoullakis RA (808)959-1117

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

This photo was taken in the Hawaiian Paradise Park Subdivision. 1 acre lots are for sale starting at $36,000.00 if you are interested in buying your own acre in paradise,
contact me, Sunny Petropoullakis at (808)959-1117, sunnypetro@yahoo.com
Some ocean front and ocean views are available.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

This lovely spot is located in the Hawaiian Paradise Park Subdivision. For information regarding purchasing property on the Big Island contact: Sunny Petropoullakis (808)959-1117 sunnypetro@yahoo.com

Friday, August 22, 2008

Best price for a newer home in Hawaii! Make an offer!

This 3 bedroom 2 bath home is in Nanawale Estates Subdivision. This Subdivision is very close(5 min.drive)to shops and restaurants in the rapidly growing town of Pahoa. Also, a short(10-15 min.) drive will bring you to spectacular snorkeling and fishing spots. The home was built in 2006, and is conveniently located at the top of the subdivision on Lido Ln. Asking 149,900.00 ,but please make an offer. For more information please call Sunny Petropoullakis RA @(808)959-1117 Hawaii Land Realty Corp. 57 E. Kawailani St. Hilo,Hawaii 96720

Monday, July 28, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

Photo by Andreas Petropoullakis
Taken in Kealakekua Bay, on the Big Island.
A series by Sunny.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Live in Hawaii by the ocean, whale watch,relax, sip from a coconut with a bamboo straw

This beautiful home was built with loving and tender care by the owner.
A fabulous location right across the street from the Pacific Ocean, in the Hawaiian Paradise Park Subdivision. The ocean views are stunning.

The gorgeous black lagoon in ground pool has a custom natural slide, waterfall, swim in cave and a black sand section in the pool for children to play and a removable safety gate around the pool
Beautiful landscaping all around the home.

Inside, this 4 bedroom,2.5o bath home is very open, with granite counter tops in the kitchen and bathrooms, and beautiful chocolate travertine 18"x18" floor tile. The home is also accented with natural Ohia posts. The appliances are Kenmore elite. Ceiling fans are in every room. There is custom stamped concrete all around the house, and hand laid grass sod in the front and back yards. In case of a power outage there is a generator set up in the garage to run electric to the house, and a back up water catchment system. Outages are rare in Hawaii, but you will be prepared.Call Sunny Petropoullakis RA at (808)959-1117 to make an offer on this beautiful home.

Turn off the cell phone and listen to the ocean. You will wonder, was that a dolphin or a porpoise?

Thursday, July 3, 2008


So this is a day early but I just wanted to make sure it was there before everyone took off for the long weekend!
To all our clients and other associates:

Large animated American flag clip art for a white background

HAPPY 4th of JULY!!!

Hope you all have an awesome weekend!


Monday, June 23, 2008

Big Island Mo Bettah

Honolulu may be rated #12 in the current Monocle report on the top liveable cities in the world, and #1 of US cities. But, as we say here, Big Island mo bettah... For the following liveable reasons:
  1. Not so densely populated - more room to breathe! Not to mention actual land area (why they call it the "Big Island")
  2. Land and home prices are still reasonable. Just ask us.
  3. All those same water sports available, though less crowded.
  4. Snow sports sporadically; hunting and hiking all the time.
  5. More relaxed, Hawaiian style atmosphere
  6. Anyway, Honolulu is just a short flight away, should you want more shopping, etc. in the big city
  7. Country living on larger acreages both available and affordable.
  8. Wide variety of climate zones to choose from on the island.
Living in a big city is no longer necessary for creative input. As Anya Kamenetz discusses in Psychology Today:
Flatworld economists and sociologists look at the growth of telecommuting and instant messaging, e-mailing and videoconferencing, outsourcing and offshoring, and conclude that technology puts creative individuals at all levels, from Boston to Bangladesh, on a level playing field. Increasingly complex tasks in medical, legal, and editorial industries are being outsourced; where you are in the world doesn't matter, because everyone has access to the same tools, technology, and information. As Thomas Friedman put it in a recent interview, "When the world gets this flat, when so many people have this much productivity and this many distributive tools of innovation and collaboration...whatever can be done, will be done." In other words, when people are equipped with the right tools, the result will be creativity and innovation—regardless of locale.
For more reasons and information on why we love the Big Island, just call or email us:
Bob Riley - 808 959-1117, 808 895-3434 (cell) or jairus@interpac.net

Monday, June 2, 2008

Customer Appreciation

To show appreciation to our clients and customers, Hawaii Land Realty has a special offer lined up. Visit Tech Tree PC and receive 10% off any products or services you place with them. When placing an order, let them know you saw the offer from Hawaii Land Realty (otherwise they won't know to credit it to you!). Tech Tree PC can offer onsite assistance, or even if you are on the mainland or anywhere for that matter, they can offer remote assistance for technical support.
Go ahead and take advantage of this offer!

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Forbes says buying property is still a good investment!

"Over the long haul, quality real estate has never been a loser," says Jim Taylor, vice chairman of the Harrison Group, a marketing and strategic research firm in Waterbury, Conn. "If you've paid in cash, you're balancing your portfolio against market risk. They're not printing any more land, even if they are printing more money."
This just in, from www.Forbes.com people are still buying real estate!

How about a Hawaiian oasis on one acre? This lovely 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home in Hawaiian Paradise Park has everything you need to relax, including a lagoon like salt water pool with cascading waterfalls.
Other fine features include: granite counter tops, ceramic tile floors, a built-in vacuum system, a separate laundry, cathedral ceilings, and UV filtration system. $469,000.00 fee simple.
Give Sunny a call to make an offer!

Monday, May 26, 2008

Lots of Lots

You could stay in Paris at the Hilton, but just ask Donald Trump - buying property in Hawaii is better!

Great terms offered on all these Puna properties ---

Low down payment prices - take your pick!

One acre properties, closer to Hilo are priced at $65,000 with $1000 down and $800 per month; in Mt. View area, one acre lot for $25,000 with just $500 ddown and $400 a month; near Glenwood, 3 acre lots at $35,000 with $500 down and $500 per month; and house lots (8040 sq. ft.) near Pahoa, only $20,000 with $300 down and $300 a month ... all at 10% interest.

Call Bob Riley today at 808 959-1117 or 808 895-3434 or email: jairus@interpac.net

Friday, May 23, 2008

Should I buy?

That is probably the most frequent question I get asked these days. "Should I buy, Andreas?" Without a doubt, I say do it! Do it because:
Interest rates are way low and there is talk that the Feds won't be dropping them again any time this year. In some cases we're already at 3% - 4%, after that its free money, and that just wont happen.
Prices are at a 3 year low! With the last boom a pleasant distant memory, prices of homes in some locations are almost back to where they were before the boom. In a lot of subdivisions, vacant land prices have dropped by as much as 50% - 60%.
Hawaii represents something different to everyone, a place to retire, a place to raise family, paradise... Compared to the mainland, although we have seen significant price drops, Hawaii has faired a lot better. Prices have been holding steady as Hawaii, to some degree, is isolated from certain attributes that were involved in causing the slump on the mainland.
So basically, my answer is: Buy. Plain and simple.
By Andreas

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Village Life

A really sweet neighborhood, walking distance to the Village and Hawaii's own artists' enclave. Price just reduced to $198,000 cash or. Older home in fine condition, with lots of wood, 3 bedroom/2 bath, fireplace and a half acre lot. Cool mountain living in Mauna Loa Estates. Call Bob Riley at 808 959-1117, Office or 808 895-3434, cell - email at: jairus@interpac.net.

Monday, May 19, 2008

See us on T.V.!

Now you can check out our ads on Time Warner Cable digital cable channel 917 in Hawaii!
By Andreas

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

Bay Front Coffee, Kava & Tea serves up an ancient Hawaiian drink called Kava.There is Dave at the bar serving up some Kava in a coconut shell.

"Your head is affected most pleasantly. Thoughts come cleanly.
You feel friendly...never cross...You cannot hate with kava in you."
-Tom Harrison, Savage Civilization, 1937

What is Kava you may ask?Kava (Piper methysticum) is an age-old herbal drink that was the beverage of choice for the royal families of the South Pacific. Believed to originate from Melanesia, kava grows abundantly in the sun-drenched islands of Polynesia. Although drank for centuries by the islanders, it was only during Captain Cook’s voyage to the Pacific in 1768-1771 when white man first encountered the plant and its consumption in sacred ceremonies. According to Cook’s account, natives chewed or pounded the root and mixed it with water to produce a brownish, often bitter brew which they then consumed for its psychoactive properties. A soothing drink with proven medicinal effects, kava is now available to anyone seeking to calm nerves or ease stress as well as anxiety while combating fatigue the natural way. Its special anti-depressant components fight the "blues" and bring on a happy, tranquil state. Kava is amazing for treating ailments like migraine headaches and cramps but best of all, it keeps the mind alert as the body relaxes. This traditional drink still plays a key role in Fijian, Samoan, and Tongan societies where it is drank in ceremonies meant to honor visitors, unite participants and validate their social identities. A member of the black pepper family, kava’s active properties stems from the kavalactones found in its roots.

I actually drink coffee most times I visit the Bay Front Coffee, Kava and Tea company which is a lovely Kau coffee, and reminds me of a French Roast.
Also, Chef Lisa bakes up fresh sweets daily like carrot cake,blood orange cake, Kava brownies, Lava cake and chocolate chip cookies.
by Sunny

Friday, May 16, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

Come to GAMMY'S ice cream shop here in Hilo, Hawaii, on Waianuenue Ave., to enjoy
some of the best ice cream in the world.(My
humble opinion.) I recommend the "Enter the Dragon" dragon fruit sorbet too!
By Sunny

Monday, May 12, 2008

This is realty!

Owner financing available on a number of properties, house lots of 8,040 sqft beginning at $18,500 with as little as $650 down $650 per month, or 1 acre parcels at $65,000 to $68,000 with 10% down, $850 per month!
Prices haven't been this low in a long time.
For more info, contact Andreas at 808-989-9436!
By Andreas

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Living in Paradise

Did you ever want to live in the jungle, where the bananas are free?
Call or write us for photos of a variety of low down payment, easy terms properties, where the sun does shine, through the the misty morning.
Bring your horse !
Bring hunting and tree hugging apparel !
And your cute little dog,
and your Harley hog, a few old photos, your grandfathers watch, and a bus load of faith.
For more info, call Bob Riley R (808)959-1117

Monday, May 5, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii

This is #2 in a series called "Why I live in Hawaii" By: Sunny Petropoullakis
Photo by Sunny Petropoullakis

Friday, May 2, 2008

Hawaiian Paradise Park

Here is a property in Hawaiian Paradise Park for $39,999.oo!
The taxes are only $451.00 PER YEAR!
The roads are not paved but may be soon.
Only 35 min. drive to Hilo.
Great hiking and fishing spot nearby.
Contact Sunny at hawaiilandrealtyco@yahoo.com
for more info.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Why I live in Hawaii...

One of the many reasons why I live in Hawaii.
The first in a series by Sunny.
Photo by Byron Matthews.