Hawaii Kai Homes

Real Estate Agent - East Oahu Realty
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,



US News & World Report just released a recent study of national job markets.  While Hawaii has certainly been affected by the economic downturn, our unemployment rate is lower than that of many states, and now we learn that Honolulu is one of the Top Cities for New Jobs. As reported by Realtor.or...
While a lot of parents who live in Hawaii choose to send their children to private school, a study just released gave some good news about high school students continuing on to college.  About 51 percent of Hawai'i's 2008 public high school graduates continued on to college, with a third entering...
The state just released a revised economic forecast, predicting that the slump may not be as bad as originally forecast. The improved outlook is due to inflation being more subdued than state economists had anticipated, while Hawai'i's biggest economic stimulus - tourism - is expected to be worse...
In June, 2008, I wrote a post about the Walk Score, and how high Honolulu scored.  A new study, Walking the Walk, compared home sale prices with Walk Scores, and found that homes in more walkable neighborhoods, especially in densely-populated cities, sold from $4,000-$34,000 higher.  The data inc...
Many of you who have vacationed in Honolulu undoubtedly shopped at Ala Moana, one of the world's largest shopping centers.  The state of Hawaii isn't the only thing that turned 50 this month - Ala Moana did too.  In those years, it has grown from 680,000 square feet of retail space and 80 merchan...
Although many of Hawaii's public high schools struggle to meet the benchmarks for adequate yearly progress under the No Child Left Behind act, Kaiser High in Hawaii Kai was one of 3 to demonstrate progress this year. John Sosa, Principal of Kaiser, said one of the reasons is the more homogenous p...

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