Hawaii Kai Homes

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Real Estate in Hawaii Kai, East Oahu, Honolulu, is about choosing a lifestyle. The community is built around Maunalua Bay, enjoys views of the Pacific from every neighborhood, has several marinas and watersports businesses, and many beautiful waterfront homes. You can purchase a one bedroom condo with a panoramic view or million dollar home on the ocean. Contact me for all your questions on living or relocating to Hawaii Kai. It's my home. Aloha,
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Allegiant Air, the mainland budget airline, has announced it will fly to Hawaii.  It will use Boeing 757-200s with routes from the western US, and will phase in the flights starting in the 4th quarter, 2010 through the first half of 2012. As reported by Honolulu Advertiser, "Allegiant, a subsidia...
03/14/2010
Thoughts about living on an island in the Pacific and tsunamis: When I went to sleep it was a tsunami watch but when my phone rang at 4:50 am it was a message to all the agents from Jack Leslein, our Broker, to say it had become a warning and it was headed towards us.  Then the sirens went off ea...
03/04/2010
The real estate market on Oahu continued with a healthy gain in February, with prices up in the past 2 months, compared to 2009.  The median price for previously owned single-family homes was up 3.6 percent to $570,000 in February from $550,000 a year earlier, according to sales data from the Hon...
03/03/2010
I have a new listing in the Hawai Kai community of Koko Head Terrace, one of the earliest subdivisions in Hawaii Kai.  Koko Head Terrace, with 692 homes, stretches on the mountain (mauka) side of Lunalilo Home Road from Kalanianaole Hwy to Hawaii Kai Drive and eastward to Koko Head Regional Park....
02/26/2010
Hawai'i is the best in the nation when it comes to residents having a sense of well-being, according to the 2009 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, and the city of Honolulu ranked third out of 186 metropolitan areas surveyed. The index measures health, a sense of well-being, and surveyed subject...
02/19/2010
Realtor.Mag reported today that Honolulu ranks #10 as the most desirable places to retire, in a recent study by AARP.  Thursday, March 4, at 9 PM EST, Tom Brokaw on CNBC will visit the following retirement "hotspots" - and, I guess, explain what all of us who live in Hawaii already know...why it ...
02/12/2010
Opening in the Fall, 2011, the new Disney Resort, Aulani, will be a destination located near historical sites on the western side of Oahu on 21 acres of oceanfront property in the Ko Olina Resort & Marina development. The resort is planned to have 360 hotel rooms and 481 two-bedroom equivalent Di...
02/06/2010
The real estate numbers are positive for January on Oahu and most communities, including Hawaii Kai.  For the island, the median price of single family homes rose 10.8% to $597,500 from $539,500 in January, 2009.  While this doesn't mean prices will rise from now on, the market since mid-2009 has...
02/03/2010
For 2009, Honolulu had fewer foreclosures per household than the national average, but the trend is not good.  During the last 12 months, the city's foreclosures increased at more than 6 times the national average, and is expected to get worse.  Last year, 3,985 properties, or one in every 84 Hon...
01/30/2010
Most communities have a range of prices and housing amentities to offer residents, but Hawaii Kai is unique on the island of Oahu - not just because of its location at the head of Maunalua Bay and the base of the Koolau Mountains, built as a water paradise - but because this location gives so man...
01/22/2010
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