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.
Almost immediately after launching it, I could see two properties for sale within walking distance.
Aside from student housing and low-income rentals, there's one three-bedroom for $1,500.
I’ve been noticing lawn signs for KumuKit lately, but couldn’t figure out just what a KumuKit was as I passed by.
Jacob Coash of Sachi Hawaii alerted me to a new listing at the Pinnacle, which they’re calling, “Manhattan-style Opulence in Paradise.”
University of Hawaii classes resume in just over a month, so this week’s open house is an apartment on University Avenue.
On July 30, the Hawaii Community Development Authority will present all Kakaako plans to area lawmakers.
In a rental market where even studios go for more than $1,000 a month, “cheap” is a subjective term.
Report says, “Hawaii’s top-ranked quality of life for a second straight year makes it easy to forget about the state’s overall ranking."