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    Oahu – The Gathering Place

    Oahu may be number three in size among its fellow islands in the Hawaiian chain, but it is first in population. Nearly 1.3 million people share Oahu’s 600 square miles of mountains and beaches that’s three-quarters of the state’s population. Almost half inhabit the Honolulu real estate and nearby resort town of Waikiki.

    Oahu, also known as “The Gathering Place”, is the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands; however, it is home to about two-thirds of the population of the U.S. state of Hawaii, and is the home of Honolulu International Airport. It is made up of two separate but overlapping volcanoes, known as a volcanic doublet. Its asymmetrical butterfly shape is formed by two mountain ranges: the Waianae Range in the west and the Ko’olau Range in the east. Slicing through the center is the flat Leilehua Plateau. Recent, geologically speaking, volcanic eruptions in the southeastern portion of the island which formed the Diamond Head, Koko Head and Punchbowl craters can be blamed for Oahu’s uneven shape.

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    Maui – The Valley Isle

    Maui is renowned worldwide for many things; its beauty, its atmosphere, its history, and its never ending supply of pristine beaches, waterfalls, landmarks, snorkeling in Maui, and gardens – just to name a few. It’s a wonderful place for a Hawaii vacation. There aren’t a whole lot of places in the world you can go and experience all you can on the small island of Maui, Hawaii. What’s more, is the fact you can access nearly all of Maui by vehicle. The roads literally skirt the edge of Maui’s coastline all the way around, figuratively speaking in a large sideways “8” shape with each circle of the eight a mountainous volcanic landform. Many people famously say, ‘Maui no ka oi’ which means, ‘Maui is the best’ – and for good reason.

    Testimonials

    “I am a retired, disabled veteran. In the summer of 2013, I faced significant financial, professional, and personal challenges. At the center of these challenges was the fact that my home was under water and I could not continue making payments. I had previously worked with three other real estate agents on island (two from major companies and one independent) and could not better my situation. Facing the brink of foreclosure and financial ruin, I called Team Lally on a recommendation from a friend. From that moment forward, I was able to take comfort in the belief that these people would achieve the best possible outcomes for my circumstance. While all Team Lally members went above and beyond to help me, I would like to highlight a few.
    Adrienne Lally, President/Team Lally – Simply the best real estate professional I have ever worked with. Within 36 hours of first contact, she had personally assessed my home and situation, and developed a cogent, strategic plan for presentation, foreclosure avoidance, and best-pricing. Her knowledge of the Hawaii real estate market is beyond reproach and she repeatedly took the time to answer every question and concern that I had. As a veteran herself, she offered unique insight on my circumstance and developed a rapport I found with no other real estate agent. Most importantly, she maintained consistent contact throughout the process via weekly updates, even after I left the islands. I was never just a number to Adrienne Lally. If I am e…
    Daryl Fuller