Beautifull Condo's in Down Town Honolulu next to the Ala Moana

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Real Estate Agent with Savio Realty, Ltd 63252
Bill Parecki RA, ABR | Hawaiian Island Homes, Ltd | hawaiianislandhomes@gmail.com | 808-345-8818
1617 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI
Beautifull Condo's in Down Town Honolulu next to the Ala Moana
Shopping Center
1BR/1BA Condo
offered at $282,900
Year Built 1968
Sq Footage 511
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1 full, 0 partial
Floors Unspecified
Parking 1 Uncovered spaces
Lot Size 25,000 sqft
HOA/Maint $0 per month

DESCRIPTION

53 condo's still avaliable. Lovely fee simple 1 and 2 bedroom condos for sale. Condo's start at 282,900 and go up to 403,500. These condo's are located in beautiful downtown Honolulu. If you are looking for a piece of paradise then this is the property for you. Seller is offering 3% second mortgage or 4% agreement of sale. No mortgage insureance, no loan fees or points, and a credit score in the 600's is possible.

Looking for property in Hawaii, allow me to use my 36 years of experice to make your search a positive one. Call Bill at 808-345-8818

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PROPERTY FEATURES

Central A/C Refrigerator Stove/Oven
Granite countertop

COMMUNITY FEATURES

Garage parking Elevator


OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES

Beautiuf fee simple one and 2 bedroom, located right next to the Ala Moana shopping center

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Contact info:
Bill Parecki RA, ABR
Hawaiian Island Homes, Ltd
808-345-8818
For sale by agent/broker

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