Hawaii Commercial Real Estate Property Pro’s
Market Overview: Hawaii’s commercial real estate market is more diverse than most people think, encompassing retail, office, industrial, and hospitality sectors. The market is influenced by various factors, such as the state’s tourism industry, military presence, and overall economic conditions.
Tourism Impact: Tourism is a crucial aspect of Hawaii’s economy, and it significantly impacts the commercial real estate market, particularly in areas popular with tourists. As a result, fluctuations in tourism can affect commercial real estate in these regions.
Hawaii Landlord-Tenant Laws
The state of Hawaii requires complete legal names and addresses of both the Landlord and Tenant.
A description of the leased property, including full address and any additional details of the commercial rental property.
The start and end dates of the lease term also include the options for renewal (if any).
The amount plus when the rent is due and includes any late fees/grace periods.
Amount of the security deposit and the conditions for its return to the Tenant.