Buying? Selling? Turn to CUSO of Hawaii Properties
Buying or selling property in Hawaii takes patience, persistence and a professional to guide you.
CUSO of Hawaii Properties, an affiliate of Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union, offers the expertise many Island families have relied on to navigate the ever-changing real estate market.
CUSO’s Reyn Uehara, who was born and raised on Oahu, received his Realtor Associate license in 2005 and his broker’s license in 2013. He has assisted numerous clients all over Oahu, from Makaha to the Windward side.
“At CUSO of Hawaii Properties, we make time to really listen to our clients and take great pride in offering top-notch personalized service,” Uehara said. “We understand the real estate market and have all the tools to present the best possible outcomes for clients who are buying and/or selling.
“Whether it’s a studio condo or a beachfront estate, all transactions are important to me because they are important to my clients. There’s no better feeling than helping someone find their dream home.”
Although mortgage loan rates remain at historic lows, making this a great time to buy, housing inventory on Oahu is also at very low levels.
“This means that buyers must be up-to-date on the latest new listings and sellers have to be ready to field multiple offers. My job is to provide my clients with efficient and effective service 24/7,” he said.
Call Reyn Uehara at 383-8072.
APFCU Has Everything You Need
Aloha Pacific FCU is a one-stop financial institution that has assisted in the financial goals of generations of Island families.
Looking for a mortgage or plan to refinance? APFCU is a full-service mortgage lender that also can offer local servicing through its affiliate, CUSO of Hawaii Services LLC. Borrowers have a wide range of loan products at competitive rates with the convenience of local servicing.
APFCU also has loans for every need, including a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC), personal and auto loans. APFCU offers Visa credit cards, savings and checking accounts and special youth accounts.
Membership benefits include Family Day movie screenings (the next one is May 3, featuring “Avengers: Age of Ultron”), Member Appreciation Day at the 50th State Fair, and more.
Not a member yet? It’s time to join, especially because the membership minimum is now $5 (dramatically lower than the former $100 requirement), to take advantage of APFCU’s money-saving products and services.
Visit one of our 8 branches (7 on Oahu, 1 in Las Vegas), call 531-3711, or go to alohapacific.com to learn more.
This credit union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.