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March 2020

Navigating Residential Construction During COVID-19

Like the rest of the United States, Honolulu recently adopted new policies and regulations designed to stop the spread of COVID-19. On March 26, Governor David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced stay-at-home and work-from-home restrictions through April 30, allowing only “essential” services to continue working on-site. For the time being, construction work is still considered an essential service, and remains one of the few industries experiencing growth as businesses Read More

Is an Ohana Unit Right for You?

If you’re preparing for a transition to a multigenerational living arrangement this year, you might need to adapt your home to accommodate the needs of multiple families living under one roof. Whether it’s aging parents, adult children, or grandchildren moving into your home, you’ll need to create a space that’s both welcoming and functional. Fortunately, Hawaiian families and governing bodies are well-acquainted with the concept of multigenerational living—as evidenced by Read More