Prices continue to trend up in Kaneohe, and the most attractive neighborhoods are those closest to Kailua, where people flock to buy, but many cannot afford. It only makes sense buyers then turn to the areas along Kaneohe Bay Drive and south of the Likelike Highway, like Hale Kou, next.
In this post-Weinstein era of #metoo, we have to ask where we draw the line between hunting business and self-preservation, when the person with the power in a sales transaction is always the client with money. How long do we stay on the line with a slightly fishy caller when our job is to protect the public’s access to fair housing? What protections can we comfortably and confidently put in place while not alienating our authentic clients?