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Mahaiula Beach is located within the Keha Kai State Park about 8 miles North of Kailua-Kona. The access road off of Hwy 11 is between mile markers 88 and 89. The 1.5 mile road is unpaved and full bumps and potholes; but it doesn't seem to deter the tourists from taking their rental cars across the desolate looking lava field. Just a short walk from the parking area is a picture perfect tropical cove with plenty of shade and deep sand. The stunning contrast between the desert lava fields and the lush (2 comments)
Everyone wants the best buying opportunity when looking for a home. Are bank owned homes in Kailua-Kona always the best buy? It's important to point out that any home offered for sale must compete with the bank owned and short sale properties. If a home is not priced competitively, it will not sell. Bank owned homes are sold "as is" and most have been neglected. It's not uncommon to see bank owned properties without appliances and in need of costly repairs. When you compare that $400,000 bank owned home to a competing, (4 comments)
A couple hours at White Sands Beach is always a good time. White Sands is located right in town so it's easy to drop in and go for a swim or body surf a few waves. This is Kona's community beach, it's not big but there's always room for everyone. White Sands Beach in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii is always an entertaining place to sit and people watch. If you want a quiet, secluded beach to relax on, Kona has plenty to choose from. If you are looking for a vibrant, fun beach (0 comments)
The Hawaii Island real estate market statistics are in and the numbers continue to show signs of stability. The first indication I would like to point out is the trend of increasing home sales. October of 2010 saw 113 homes sold on the Island of Hawaii. In October of 2011, 127 homes sold island wide, an increase of 12.39%. This is a continuation of the trend that shows 8.5% more homes sold on the Island year to date in comparison to 2010. Another trend in Hawaii Island real estate sales is the slowing (0 comments)
Home prices in Kailua-Kona Hawaii, like many other places have seen substantial decreases since the market peak in late 2007. Recent market data in Kailua-Kona, HI has shown prices remaining flat but the number of homes and condominiums sold, increasing. Rather than going into the old "there's never been a better time to buy" pitch, I am going to point to a real estate market niche that is performing extremely well through these difficult times. I am referring to the vacation home rental market in Kailua-Kona , Hawaii. Vacation home rentals have become (4 comments)
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