Live Aloha Realty welcomes Mahealani Gambill R(S)!

Live Aloha Realty is excited to welcome Mahealani Gambill R(S) to our team. Mahealani was born and raised on the Big Island and grew up in Kalapana. After graduating from Pahoa High School, she met a local boy from Waimea and they got married. She went off to college at F.I.D.M. in Los Angeles and graduated with a degree in …

Our Island Needs You!

Thank you for the aloha and concern you have expressed for our island over the last couple of weeks. We are as worried about our East side neighbors as you are and wanted to share useful information for those who are looking for ways to help. As you know, Live Aloha Realty was built with the goal of using Real …

How to: Price Your Home for Sale

As April draws to a close, our thoughts inevitably turn to the months ahead, with graduations, weddings, and summer plans – all seemingly converging at once. For others, April and May might be a time of transition, of moving away for a new job, or new opportunity elsewhere. Those on the Big Island might be looking to sell their home …

Hello Spring!

Today’s weather in Mauna Lani, Hawaii: sunny, highs in the 80s, lows in the 60s. In short, paradise. March marks the beginning of spring break season, and with it we welcome guests from around the northern hemisphere to take a reprieve from the cold and enjoy Hawaii’s warm weather, sunny skies, and sparkling ocean. According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, …

Ānuenue Playground 2.0: The Strength of Community

This June, Live Aloha Realty had the honor of being a part of community fundraising efforts to save Ānuenue Playground, the gathering place of Waimea Town on the Big Island. We issued a $10,000 matching challenge which, when met, provided the final $20,000 needed to rebuild this beloved town landmark.   We thank our clients from the bottom of our hearts for choosing us to serve them. It is only through your patronage that we are able …

5 Easy Ways to Have a Hawaiian Staycation this Fall

Feeling woeful about the end of summer and the start of Fall? You can still enjoy the feeling of going on a faraway vacation for Fall Break, and you don’t even need to leave the island. After all, you already live in one of the most popular destinations in the world, year round! Follow these tips for getting that foreign …