Many Oahu neighborhoods saw increased median sales prices in 2010 for single-family homes and condominiums. Here are the areas that fared the best.
Yesterday, I highlighted Oahu’s 25 most expensive single-family home re-sales of 2010. Today, we’re going to take a look at last year’s top condominium sales, which peaked at $4.75 million.
Despite a down economy, decreased home values and fewer luxury-home sales, there were still plenty of high-end single-family home sales last year. Here, Oahu's 25 most expensive home sales of 2010.
Gaining in popularity, the home pre-inspection can save sellers money and lead to faster, headache-free sales.
The Honolulu Board of Realtors just released the 2010 Annual Report for the Honolulu housing market, and things are looking sunny.
When it comes to submitting a final offer on a property, research and due diligence are key. Here, we share a few trade secrets in the art of negotiation.
Here's a breakdown of the most expensive and least expensive Oahu neighborhoods for apartment and single-family home rentals.
Schrader’s Windward Country Inn, the only hotel on Kaneohe Bay, has sold for $3 million, $900,000 less than the asking price. For 30-plus years, owner Ralph Schrader, who recently passed away, welcomed guests to the intimate-though-aging inn, which is situated at Laenani Point in Kaneohe.
They may be something of an eyesore at the moment, but these three adjoining Matson Point lots in Kaneohe are brimming with history.
The Crouching Lion has long been a welcome respite for weary Oahu residents tasked with chauffeuring their in-laws around the island on whirlwind tours of the east side and North Shore. (Sea turtles! Shave ice! The mac nut farm! Oh, my). Having done this jaunt several times, I can honestly say that around Kaaawa, my patience begins to wear a little thin, which is why the Crouching Lion is so fantastic. Perched on a hillside, with abundant outdoor eating areas, ocean views and a gift shop, it’s every tourist’s happy spot and an excellent excuse for the tour guides to relax with mai tais. In fact, I’d become so enamored with the place that I wrote about it in last year’s Best Bars feature.
It’s Friday, which means it’s once again time to talk open houses. This week I’m turning my attention to Kaneohe, more specifically, the Ahuimanu area. This townhouse is located in Club View Gardens III, a quiet townhouse community popular with new-home buyers, retirees and military families who appreciate the well-maintained grounds, recreation center and clubhouse, easy access to the H-3 (about a 15-minute drive) and Windward Mall (about five minutes away).