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Welcome to the Big Island Real Estate Travel Directory
This section features brief summaries of individual real estate businesses that are available on the Big Island.
Big Island Real estate Brokers, Realtors and agents have listings for vacant land, houses, condominiums, commercial properties or businesses, and vacation rentals. Some Big Island real estate companies manage long term residential and commercial property rentals as well.
Are you looking for a vacant lot to build on, a large family home or a low maintenance condominium for your retirement? Or do you want to start a farm, plant nursery or other business?
Would you prefer owning a vacation condominium or home to enjoy part-time, then rent out the rest of the year?
Do you want to own a "vacation interval" or timeshare at a beautiful resort near the beach? Intervals or shares of 1-2 weeks can be purchased. Reservations and maintenance are handled by a management company.
Each listing includes a direct hyperlink to the home page of the respective real estate company. Most companies also have toll-free phone numbers and e-mail if you want more information.
Choose any of the options to the left. If you are not familiar with the island, take a quick tour or browse our maps before you begin making reservations.
Also, take notice of the Real Estate Registry at the bottom of each section. The Registry lists the names and phone numbers of most real estate businesses on the island, with hyperlinks to selected homepages. All of this makes our directory the fastest and most complete way to search for your Big Island Real Estate. Also included are links to 'Company Spotlights,' that highlight detailed information on selected companies.
Tourism related businesses are invited to list their services at no charge in our Registry. If you wish to have your business listed, fill out the free Registry listing request form.
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