February 13

Heir to a Maui Sugar Plantation


I just recently returned from Maui, Hawaii and therefore the reason why you have not heard from me in the last two weeks.

Maui is truly beautiful. And the weather was just perfect but did you know that the residents of the Hawaiian islands have their own set of inheritance, probate, and trust problems.

Many Americans are relocating to Hawaii for retirement and according to the census; the population over the age of 65 grew by nearly 50,000 over the last five years.

The human life cycle is the same no matter where in the world one lives. People are retiring every single day and at one point the real estate that is possessed must be sold.

And what is cool is that I have had some of my students from Hawaii report back on how they have used my system to generate their own source of deals…yes, even in Hawaii.

But probate isn’t only a burden after somebody dies, have you ever heard of…

Living Probate ?

It’s a term that is commonly used when an adult is no longer able to manage his or her own affairs, and is usually due to age and/or illness. It’s at this point that the family would ask the probate court to appoint a guardian or conservator.

Unfortunately, many things often go sideways when large sums of money are at stake and especially for the elderly who do not have family to care over them and their finances.

In Hawaii, there is this “last princess” Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike Kawananakoa (age 91) whose $200 million sugar plantation fortune is currently under a legal battle.

And that is sad but what you need to do is position yourself as the go to real estate professional that can put an instant buyer in front of them when a living probate needs to liquidate the real estate.

To your success,

Ernie ” Aloha “ Vargas


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