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Oishi's Property Management

(25 Reviews)

750 Amana St Ste 101, Honolulu, HI 96814

(808) 949-9499

Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Phone: (808) 949-4702

Phone: (808) 942-1811

Phone: (808) 792-8000

Fax Number: (808) 942-1811

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Parking: Lot

Specialties: Condominiums, Leasing & Rental, Condos


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Sherrill S.



They are a bunch of crooks! They lost payments made by money order and forced me to pay again. One payment was made by check, and they HAD to accept their error, but were snippy and condescending about it. Worst of all, after a tenancy of over 15 years, everything should have been replaced. Our family spent over 200 hours cleaning, repainting, scrubbing. We set off a bug bomb, and the inspector came early and saw a dead cockroach. He said they were going to charge us a CLEANING fee, although all cabinets and fixtures and flooring were going to be thrown out and replaced. If I could give a minus star, I would.



1 star is too good for this co...

1 star is too good for this company, this company is the worst! I just want to warn people, i read many of the comments left by others before renting from this company, but thinking to myself that "well that was them and I'm a great tenant, i never complain and i always leave the place in better condition then when i move in. So what could go wrong, how bad could they be." all i can say is WOW, i have never dealt with a worse rental company. It takes forever for repairs if something breaks down, like the oven or the hot water heater. the oven never did get fixed as they tried to blame me! I have always got the full security deposit back from anywhere I have stayed, but from these people i got 15% of my deposit back, seriously! that place was left in way better condition than when i moved in! I take great pride in being a hard worker, a responsible tenant, and keeping things in good condition. I will be avoiding this company at all costs! I can't stress enough to seriously think twice before renting from them!



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there really are no other words for this company!!! when i moved in the cabinets were extremely worn down so (with company permission) i sanded and painted all cabinet doors, there were at least 16. they even commented how much nicer it looked and they were impressed, then i get $130 of my deposit back, are you kidding me!!!!! i left the place much cleaner and nicer than when i moved in! the cleaning company they require you to go with cost $200 for a 1 bedroom apt!!! i have lived in many places in hawaii and other states and NEVER have i not received my full deposit back! one example of their terrible service is when my family came to visit from the mainland and the hot water heater broke on a thursday and the guy they use was busy and they were unwilling to have it fixed over the weekend so we had no hot water til monday! its a matter of luck if you get ahold of someone right away, it can take days to get a reply! they dont deserve 1 star, WORST rental agency i've dealt with by far! i dont care how good a deal they're offering they aren't worth dealing with!

Wo F


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what a JOKE this Oishi's Property Management

Hey, is there a negative stars??? for this company in question, I am even hesitant to give 1 star...

If you're here reading reviews on businesses, you know that this is the only other way regular people can voice out their experiences... be it on food, doctors, dentists, accountants, etc.... so YOU KNOW you're getting honest reviews...

There is a reason for BAD reviews and reason for GOOD reviews... you know that much!!!

For this Company? I'd cut my finger first before dealing with them again... and even then, I'd cut another one...

If this does not mean anything to you, then I don't know what else does...

Yes, it's a bad review without going into the details... but I don't think details are needed in this case... this is not a review of a mochi which would help if I say, oh, this mochi is too hard, taste bland, smells funny, etc... But this review is for a property management company, and the details are self explanatory...




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Terrible people to deal with!!!!

Oishi's Property Management doesn't even worth 1 star! They only care about the renters and not the owners!

1) They kept asking us (the owners) to repair & fix & upgrade before they can rent it out for us. The property IS VACANT and CLEAN, and they still request us to get new cabinets, curtains, door, light fixtures...etc! Everything in our condo are in clean & working condition. They are wayyyyy to picky!

2) Further more, we want to list it as $2000/month for a 3 bed-room condo and they kept insist & argue with us to lower it to $1745 due to match with the current rental market price. Come on! We are the owners, you have to listen to us & not argue with us! If we can't rent it out, we can lower the price ourselves!

3) The staff are very uneducated, rude, and terrible to deal with!

4) They are hard to reach! No email available~ they don't even pick up the phone, gotta leave message EVERYTIME! And they don't even call you back until end of the day or next day!!

DON'T LET THEM MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Worst People to Deal With

I am an Active Duty member with the Air Force and a resident of Aiea and have been for the past year. I am renting with a company called Oishi's Property Management. My husband and I rent a two story town house in the complex of Ridgeway. Due to a medical issue my husband was enrolled in an EFMP program with the Air Force. He has medical issues that keep him from climbing stairs and is in a wheelchair 50% of the time. After learning that my husband was placed in the program and that we were being directed to move on base for further medical assistance, I immediately informed my leasing department at Oishi's. I gave them the necessary documents and was instructed by my property manager in charge that the forms I gave them were all that was needed to terminate my lease and not be penalized. However I received a phone call six hours later saying he was miss informed and that I would have to pay the $4,000 in penalties for early termination on my lease, this was after I had arranged for movers and the military to assist in the move.

I was instructed by property manager at Oishi's (Ruel) that he would try to get in contact with the owner, who lived in Twain, and would see if he would allow me to be released from my lease. After calling Ruel all week and not getting my calls returned I was finally able to get in touch with him on the fourth day. He instructed me that because the property was being leased to me below what the owner was paying on the mortgage he would not be letting me out of my lease early. I told Ruel that because of his misspeaking and informing me that I was able to terminate my lease early I would not be able to be able to pay the penalties because my BAH (Basic Allowance for Housing) was now going to the house on base.

After speaking back and forth with Ruel and Toyna (Ruel



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My brief experience

I have been viewing their properties for the past 3 months as I've been searching for a job. Each viewing has went well, and the staff member showing the property was always professional.

When it came to apply for a room, I went to their office, which was in the same building the room I was applying for was. I was a day earlier than the initial showing and asked if I could apply early, since I had already seen a number of rooms in that building before and the pictures looked exactly like the ones before. If not, I was happy enough just to drop off the completed app, since the initial showing the following day was going to be hard for me to make.

I stepped in, waited a while to even be acknowledged (ok, so fine, they're busy, no problem). When someone did notice me, I was greeted with a brash 'what do you need?' After explaining my situation to a very impatient looking man, he responded with something along the lines of ""it's not ready, we put the date on the postings for a reason"". A polite, ""sorry, however..."" would have sufficed just fine.

Every time I've interacted with the staff inside the office, the majority of which I was ready to apply and hand over money, they were extremely irritable and came across as if I (a potential customer of all things) were wasting their time.

It turns out, I'm renting from another company, with a much better room (in a building where oishi also has rooms), for a much lower rate.



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They make unsubstantiated and fabricated move out fees!

Do not rent from these guys, in the beginning while I rented from them they were okay but once I broke my lease it just went down hill from there, especially when it comes from the deductions from my security deposit. Watch out for ?TJ? (Terrance Jay WONG), this guy did my move out inspection and claimed that there was such a strong smell of ?cat urine? that he could smell it from outside, when in fact I never had any sort of cat in the unit I was renting. That resulted in almost $400 in cleaning fees on top on what I paid to have the place cleaned; you would have thought with double cleaning that place would be spotless. Well guess again I went back after the place was cleaned and it looked as if the place was in the same condition as I left it, I went on my hands and knees and found dust hair, etc and even took photos to show Oishi?s. They don?t even follow the move in condition as they charged me to fix things listed that were there prior to move in.
If you Google them they are not only doing this to people in Hawaii but LAS VEGAS as well! And most of the comments are negative.

THERE ARE MANY MORE1 but I will use the rest on how you can contact me and who else you can contact.

If you want to contact me you can at hawaiigoose00@yahoo. I just got out my lease and I did everything short of small claims court since they are not worth that hassle.
-First take notes such as chronological events log, especially during move out and take photos! They will screw you out of your security deposit and try to fix of the rental so they don?t have to charge the owner.
Who to contact:
1. State of Hawaii: Regulated Industries Complaints Office (RICO)
2. Better Business Bureau
3. KHON Action Line
4. KITIV Investigates
5. Honolulu Board of Realtors
6. An attorney or small claims court if needed.
Again you can contact me any time, hawaiigoose00@yahoo and I can show you what I complied and assist you if you want.

This company should not be in operation to protect the public from losing their money as these guys will suck you for every penny.



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not so bad

People above are right. The worst telephone navigation system ever. It'll take you through circles and circles... sometimes, you'll push a button to be led somewhere, but you're taking to the same menu! message inbox is usually always full not letting you leave any messages.
I've never encountered rude service though. They are generally quite nice and responsive to anything you ask.
Also, I must say it's the first place i've ever lived in where i'm asked to give an additional security deposit with almost-yearly rent increases to match the current rent.

Sheila Fox


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Property Management

Mr. Oishi is hard to reach by telephone, and very difficult to converse with. Avoids direct questions or answers. Takes days to get calls returned.
Refused to put his concerns or directives in writing.