RE/MAX Kauai gets new location, expanded services through affiliation

RE/MAX Kauai Real Estate & Vacation Rentals owners and operators, already with offices in Koloa and Princeville, will soon occupy 2,000 square feet in the Kaua‘i Village shopping center, RE/MAX Kauai officials said in a press release.

The office complex will include general real estate brokerage services, vacation rental and property management staff, plus in-house mortgage lending services.

RE/MAX Kauai leaders will employ state-of-the-art telecommunications technology for video conferencing and Internet “tunneling” to connect the Waipouli office with the Princeville Shopping Center and Koloa offices.

A high-resolution projection display will provide agents and staff the ability to show real-estate listings, video clips and training presentations in the large, central conference room.

RE/MAX Kauai leaders’ joint-venture lending partner, officials at Metro-Cities Mortgage, will provide clients with accelerated mortgage loan application and advanced processing to assist clients and agents, explained James G. Pycha, RE/MAX Kauai owner and broker.

The interior tenant improvements design “dream-team” is comprised of Palmer Hafdahl AIA (Palms Hawaii Architecture), Susan Kubecka ASID (SWK Designs), and master craftsman Michael Arthur (Dynamic Cabinets).

General Contractor Joshua Copeland (Soul Construction) is the general contractor. Building permits were issued recently from County of Kaua‘i officials, and construction is expected to begin this week, he said.

The project completion date is projected to be mid-summer.

RE/MAX Kauai leaders are now accepting applications via e-mail (rek@aloha.net) from experienced real-estate agents interested in RE/MAX Kauai affiliation, he concluded.

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