The only viable thing that makes sense are in Wai🔑 🔑.
Exaggerating of couRse.
@Robert Jones As far as cash flow on Oahu goes, either short term rentals or multi-unit are the way to go. Typically long term rentals don't cashflow well, unless you are willing to go into certain pockets, like Makaha. The main obstacle for most people is having the capital to take down the good deals.
Its hard to cash flow for house with $500-600 with the rent for two bed is $1500-2000 monthly you only paying for mortgage.
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