Kona Commercial Property Specialist

July 2, 2007


Filed under: — Chuck @ 4:49 pm

I’ve worked in real estate for years, and have a deep love for these islands. With this blog, I hope to share a more personal, yet professional, perspective on buying, selling, and living in this area. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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    I need help in turning a residentially zoned property to commercial in Kona. Property is the Surf Lessons Hawaii beach house across Honl’s Bay. Been told by the county that unless I can prove that it has always been commercial (which it has since 1962 and we do not have docs that grandfather clause will not stick). Can you help or provide me with resources??? Kona Girl living in Cali.

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    Your 9/9/09 blog note showed up a few days ago.
    Did you getthe Surf Lessons Hawaii issue solved?

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