Hoopili – New D.R. Horton Project is Releasing Homes

The new D.R. Horton project, Hoopili, is slowly releasing homes. The developer has been keeping the releases very quiet and only announcing a small amount of homes at a time. This is a huge project and will be at least 10 years in the future till completion. If a buyer is interested in buying in the project, the best course of action is to contact me and get registered. Since we don’t know exactly what the developer will release and when, it’s best to be on the list.


The registered buyers will get an email notification first announcing what is available next and prices. From there, you show up the next morning at the sales office ready to put down a small deposit to reserve the property and start the process. Like some projects currently, this developer is not using a lottery system. This means you get registered, get a notification of what’s being released, show up with a deposit, and then it starts the contract phase.

The best plan is to be prepared and ready to move quickly should something be released that you might want to buy. This also means having the funds and a lender ready to go. At times, the builder’s lender can have some amazing incentives, so it is always best to see what they can offer directly. I do, however, recommend working with an additional local lender first, so that a buyer is 100% confident of what they can qualify to buy and afford comfortably.

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These are all things I can help coordinate to make the process as smooth and painless as possible. If you are ready to buy or just need some guidance and advice, please do not hesitate to give me a call.

David Lundstrom

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Christopher Doyle

September 9, 2017

Does the check need to be filed out? If so, to whom should it be made?

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