Gilbert T. Fujiyoshi
& Associates

Real Estate Appraisal Services
for the Island of O‘ahu



Who We Are

Gilbert T. Fujiyoshi & Associates, Inc. is a real estate appraisal service based in the city of Honolulu, on the island of O‘ahu.

What We Do

We provide appraisals for all types of real estate, including residential, commercial, condominium, industrial, new construction, and vacant land.

Why Choose Us

Gilbert T. Fujiyoshi & Associates, Inc. is a small, locally-owned company, which means you will work one-on-one with an experienced appraiser. We proudly provide fast, courteous service with competitive rates, and use state-of-the art technology, including digital photography, laser measurement tools, and electronic form submission (including email and PDFs).

Meet your appraiser

John Fujiyoshi

John Fujiyoshi

Certified Residential Appraiser,
License CRA-55.

John appraises residential and condominium properties. He specializes in appraisals for the Waikiki condominium market, appraisals for FHA and conventional financing, and estate-planning.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you can't find the answer to your question(s) here, give us a call at (808) 538-6211 or send us an email!

How much does an appraisal cost?

Standard residential appraisals normally begin at $500. Contact us for a free quotation.

How long will it take?

We normally deliver a completed appraisal within 3 to 5 days from the date of inspection. Rush service is available.

What delivery methods do you use?

Electronic delivery: AI Ready, Email, PDF.
Hardcopy delivery: postal service, express mail available.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes, we accept most major credit cards.

Do you service my neighborhood?

If you're on O‘ahu, we've got you covered.

How can I prepare for an appraiser's visit?

Five things to do before the appraiser comes to your home:

  1. Make sure all areas of your home are accessible for inspection.
  2. Note any recent improvements to your home (for example, if it was re-roofed in 2005, had new carpet in 2006, had plumbing repaired last month, etc.).
  3. Do light housekeeping. You don't need to go crazy cleaning up the place, but remember: appraisers are human and a good impression never hurts. Appraisers also take interior and exterior photos; a tidy home will look nicer in report photos.
  4. If you live in a condominium, gather all information relating to the condominium (association dues, maintenance fees, your unit's parking stall number, etc.).
  5. Tie up the dog. (Unfortunately, this is not a joke.)

What can I do to increase the value of my property?

Five ways to increase the value of your home (without spending too much money or time):

  1. Paint.
  2. Install new carpeting or other flooring.
  3. Mow the lawn, trim the hedges, take care of landscaping.
  4. Fix broken screens, windows, hardware, fixtures.
  5. Refinish cabinetry, replace outdated kitchen appliances.

Remodeling the kitchen or bath may increase the value of your home, but you will rarely recoup the entire expense involved.

40+ Years Experience

Gilbert T. Fujiyoshi and Associates has been providing fair and accurate appraisal services for O‘ahu since the 1970s, and we're still going strong. No one knows O‘ahu better than us.

25,000+ Appraisals Completed

We have worked with many financial institutions, large and small, local and abroad.

700+ Happy Clients

Over 200 financial institutions and over 500 private individuals have trusted us to handle their real estate appraisals.

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