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On the Market: Ewa Beach rental

By Taizo Braden - bio | email

EWA BEACH (HawaiiNewsNow) - For several years the Ewa Beach Community has been one of the fastest growing neighborhoods on Oahu. Let's take a look at a home for rent that shows why traveling out to the Ewa side gives you more bang for your buck and room to grow. Because of it's location at the end of cul-de-sac this three-bedroom two-bath single level home has a very private feeling.
The home is offered for $2,200 per month and the good news is the home is pet friendly,but it might come at extra cost.
"The thing is that when it comes to pets especially in Hawaii you can not except a pet deposit, so usually we adjust the rent some how to accommodate  having a pet on the property" said Lurline Johnson of Property Profiles.

At 1231 square feet the home comes with a open floor plan with vaulted ceilings and laminated flooring throughout the home.The open kitchen has newer appliances - including gas stove.

From there we head down the hall way to the bedrooms.The wide master bedroom open has it own master bath with his and her sinks. Back outside large drive way leading past a two car garage there is plenty of storage. The home is surrounded by a large yard that has plenty of room for keiki and entertaining.

The rental market in Ewa Beach is on a up swing because one of the biggest problems on the west side has been cleared up. 

"Well the traffic has improved immensely. It used to be just to get out of here in the morning it was at least 45 minutes. Now that the road has finished we have three lanes on both sides and the new North-South Road is complete so it just makes it so much easier."

So keep that in mind as the new city of Kapolei grows communities like Ewa Beach may become even more desirable to live due to great rental value of homes that are the market.

In this week's "On The Market Tips," your pet is part of your family but if you are looking to rent,you know how challenging finding a "pet friendly" home or condo. Contact your local Humane Society or real estate agent for help finding pet buildings. However even if the apartment building allows pets, it's still up to the individual landlords if they will allow pets.

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