Hawaii Kai, Honolulu, HI, Real Estate Market Statistics for February, 2011

Real Estate Agent with East Oahu Realty

Both Single Family and Condo sales in Hawaii Kai were slow in February, with 7 home sales and 14 condos closed.  This compares to 2010 with 7 home sales and 6 condo closings.

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The 7 sales ranged from $684,000 for a 3/1.5 in Koko Head Terrace to $1,600,000 for a 4/3.5 on a 10,613 SF lot in Kamehame Ridge.

There were 2 sales in Koko Head Terrace, and three of more than $1,000,000.  These million-dollar sales were in NaPali Haweo, Spinnaker, and Kamehame Ridge.


The low sale was a FA unit in Mawaena Kai for $448,000, 3/2 with boat slip, main level.  The high sale was $785,000 for a waterfront home in Koko Isle.

Of the 14 sales, 3 complexes had the highest number.  Colony at the Peninsula, Kuapa Isle, and Lalea each had 2 sales.

Call or email me  for information on any condo complex or neighborhood in Hawaii Kai.  Each area is different and has its own sales history and amenities, so you need local expertise.


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I love Hawaii, Our office takes a one week Cruise every other year. Our Broker takes all the full time agents. He is a GREAT person to work for. Last time I think it was The Pride of Hawaii or The Spirit of Hawaii. Must be nice to sell homes there.

Mar 05, 2011 02:01 PM #1
Jamie Woods
Home Savings of America - Hudson, NH


My sister, her husband and babies are vacationing in Hawaii right now. It would be nice had they notified us that they arrived (last Tuesday) but they have not. I guess they're vacationing in every sense of the word! They don't even want to contact family! (or was it something we did...)

I have a surprise for them, though. When they get off the plane at Logan this Tuesday, we're all (60 or so of us) gonna be waiting for them and going to rush and flog them with hugs, tears, flashing cameras and all sorts of phony hype. Maybe next time they vacation in another hemisphere they'll remember to notify family that they've arrived.

Great post and best wishes in your continued success,

- Jamie

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