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With the anticipated increase in home values and mortgage rates, the investors realize that it will be even more difficult for first time home buyers to afford a home and it will most likely force those buyers to continue renting or relocate. It is difficult for many to relocate so renting will be the most likely choice and that will cause rental rates to continue to rise.
I think that what it comes down to is if the person asking the question is intending on living in Honolulu for at least a couple of decades, it would make more sense to purchase. If the person plans to relocate to Honolulu in future years (for example after retirement), it would make more sense to purchase a property now and use it as a rental until time to relocate to Honolulu. In any case, I think that any renter will agree that it is very difficult to find a decent rental around here.
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