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The Island Hustle Podcast Ep #6 “What You Need to Know Before Buying a Vacation Rental on Maui”

Vacation Rentable Condo – definition

“Purchasing a property with the intention of allowing daily rentals of your furnished apartment, house, or professionally managed resort-condominium unit on a temporary basis to tourists/tenants as an alternative to a hotel”

If you have ever thought of purchasing a vacation rental property here on Maui, currently own a VR property or are thinking of selling your VR property here on Maui; WATCH episode #6 of “The Island Hustle” Podcast.

Guest Jeremy Stice, a reputable Realtor-Broker & West Maui Property Manager with Hawaii Life, joins Robert Hasson R(B) & South Maui Property Manager for a comprehensive and insightful conversation on buying, managing & maximizing a vacation rental property on Maui. We explore in detail the rules of the road when purchasing a vacation rental, lending guidelines, potential pros and cons of buying a turn key property vs remodeling, guests expectations and everything in-between.

Click Here to Watch Full Episode on YouTube or watch below.

  • Please feel free to submit your questions for “The Island Hustle” Podcast at RobertHasson@HawaiiLife.com (Subject Line “Q&A”)
  • If you would like to subscribe to “The Island Hustle” Podcast or watch other episodes, please click here.

Also Introducing “THE DECK” – A new guide series for Maui Buyer’s, Seller’s, Vacation Rental PM, and Real Estate Investors. For a copy of any or all of these booklets please feel free to contact me directly or visit RobertHasson.com

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Tracy Stice

December 20, 2017

I think this pod cast is incredibly valuable. The insights that Jeremy and Rob share are priceless.

I wish somebody had taken the time to produce such a valuable piece of information to share 30 years ago. These two young men really understand the dynamics of economics, politics, the Hawaii experience, and reality in this pod cast.

Perhaps breaking this podcast down in to smaller segments would increase the value of all the information.

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