The advancement of mobile technology has opened a new door to freedom that gives many executives the opportunity to conduct business in a nontraditional way. In the past, executives were required to be physically present to manage their daily operations at their place of business. Thankfully, those days are over.
Puakea Ranch Estate | Executive Office with Koa Cabinets and Wood Floors | Big Island, Hawaii
Nowadays, the majority of business activities are conducted from home offices. Many are opting to pursue their dream of living their Hawaii Life by working remotely from the comforts of their Hawaiian retreat. There is nothing like ending a business day paddling, swimming, or playing golf here on the Big Island.
Beautiful custom home in Kona Vista offers an executive office along with many other great features
In my opinion, a home office should include built-in cabinets with counter space, high-speed internet service, and most importantly, clear cellular phone service. When previewing a home, make sure to check your phone for good reception, otherwise your telephone communication may be limited to a land line.
An Executive Office that Opens to a Water Feature and Courtyard | Keauhou Estates
If you are considering purchasing a second home here on the Big Island, it is possible to narrow your search parameters to homes that have an existing home office.
For more information about the listings featured in this blog or other properties available here on the Big Island, please contact Carrie Nicholson, Realtor (B) Broker in Charge, HL1 Director.