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Hawaii Real Property Research provides customized research services for Hawaii's real estate community. Using experienced research professionals and the latest technology; HRPR provides critical research solutions ranging from complete individual property profiles to complex research projects encompassing large geographic areas. HRPR offers a comprehensive and effective approach to real estate research.

HRPR provides a full spectrum of real estate research solutions for both residential and commercial properties. Using a simplified order procedure combined with a quick turnaround time and exceptional customer service, HRPR offers a comprehensive and effective approach to real estate research.
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read more › DPP computer printouts including HIPS/Posse database showing permit status, evidence of any outstanding building permit violations, Land Use information, Tax Office computer printouts, copies of Tax Office field book information a copy of C&C real property tax map for the subject plat. A copy of Flood Hazard Assessment Report from the State of Hawaii DLNR, Engineering Division. Government Survey Registered Shoreline Survey maps on file with the State Land Survey Division. Condominium Property Regime (CPR) maps on file with the State Bureau of Conveyances of the Department of Land and Natural Resources.

read more › Hawaii Real Property Research packages include a variety of information. The information is obtained from various government agencies. A typical package will include documents obtained from the City & County of Honolulu, Budget and Fiscal Services Department (Real Property Assessment Division) and the Department of Planning & Permitting. Additionally, HRPR will provide a research summary page and invoice for services. Below you will find a brief description of the various components of an HRPR package.

read more › Before you sign on the dotted line. Chapter 444 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) requires that a licensed contractor be hired for any contruction work which is more than $1,000 or for which a building permit is required. This contractor is considered the responsible and liable party of record for the construction described in the permit. Property owners who are building or improving their own home or business site, however, can register as an Owner-Builder with their county building department.

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