It’s no secret that Honolulu is one of the most expensive cities to live in, but what kind of home could you live in if money was no object?
Low inventory kept Oahu home resales brisk in July, particularly in some of the most popular neighborhoods.
If you didn’t check out The Collection in Kakaako when sales opened on Saturday, you’ll have another chance today.
While the Honolulu real estate market has been on an upswing through the summer months, the latest report from UH economists indicates the market had an uneven start to the year.
The marketing video for this week’s open house of the week got my attention.
Strong sales of Oahu homes continued through July, according to the latest market figures from the Honolulu Board of Realtors.
At $6.9 million, realtor Annie Kwok’s new listing on Lanikai Beach is the lowest priced home on that particular stretch of Kailua shoreline.
I’ve always been drawn to Queen Emma Gardens for its large expanse of lawn in a largely concrete neighborhood, as well as for unique touches like its tea house party rooms.
Three of my least favorite words in real estate listings are “street parking only.”
It’s a legitimate concern when you consider that hundreds of families could be moving into the area if the condominium and workforce housing plans come to pass.
There aren’t very many condo units for sale at the Esplanade in Hawaii Kai, so when realtor Vicki Yu heard about #22N, she initially considered buying it for herself instead of listing it.
The Haiku Woods town home community is just up the road from Windward Mall, near the base of the Koolau Mountain range.