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Associa to manage Moana Pacific condo

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:55 p.m. HST, Jan 14, 2014


Hawaii First, an Associa company, said it has been named as managing agent for Moana Pacific and Lai Opua.

"We are excited to partner with such experienced boards," said Hawaii First President and CEO Richard Emery.

Moana Pacific has 1,379 units in two towers at Kapiolani Blvd. and Piikoi St. The contract with Hawaii First began on Jan. 1.

Lai Opua in Kona on Hawaii Island has 290 homes with 114 to be added next year.







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fairgame947 wrote:
MISTAKE ON THEIR PART.
on January 14,2014 | 12:39PM
JulieFord wrote:
We're happy for the change. Mahalo Richard!
on January 14,2014 | 12:40PM
fairgame947 wrote:
Wait till you've worked with Hawaii First for a few months, you may feel differently. I sure did!
on January 14,2014 | 04:48PM
Mediocrates wrote:
Wow, I would never, ever, ever, ever, even if it was free - live in a place managed by Associa. I'd say more but they'd try to sue me, indeed, they prefer it seems to only ever discuss anything with residents the manage through attorneys and then bill the association and residents for these sorts of unnecessary expenditures. But there is so much more...
on January 14,2014 | 01:53PM
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