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Rent Report: What Can 2,500 Dollars a Month Get You on O‘ahu?

Surprise! There’s not a condo in the bunch.


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Nu‘uanu

Tucked away on Kawānanakoa Place is a 1,424-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom home.
Photos: Courtesy of Craigslist

 

Finding an affordable rental that you’d like to make your home can be hard. And then you have to lock it down. We searched for homes for $2,500 and found three single-family homes currently available, all with a little bit of outside space to boot.

 

Bonus: They’re all located in popular neighborhoods.

 

Nu‘uanu

backyard

 

This cute little home is just a hop, skip and jump from downtown Honolulu in lower Nu‘uanu. Tucked away on Kawānanakoa Place, the 1,424-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a carport, and a room on the lower level is a bonus room—use it as a third bedroom or family room with its own bathroom and washer and dryer. The backyard is full of fruit trees and is a good size. The house is within walking distance of Ma‘ema‘e Elementary School. Rent even includes yard service, so you don’t need to have a green thumb to enjoy the mountain apple, guava, star fruit, mango and pomegranate.

Listed by The Realty Company Ltd. 

 

Kaimukī

kaimuki

 

Freshly renovated in Kaimukī, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is one of three on a large lot. It comes with three dedicated parking spaces, a brand-new kitchen, and 800 square feet of living space. It’s got air-conditioning throughout and a washer and dryer in the home, and yard service is included. Bonus: you can walk to Kāhala Mall, and it’s an easy commute, located close to the freeway entrances.

Listed on Craigslist

 

Mililani

Mililani

 

In Mililani, you can rent a single-story, three-bedroom, two-bath single-family home with a yard for $2,500 per month. A typical home in this area would be roughly 1,220 square feet. When managed by a property manager, renters can often expect a quick response when repairs are needed or other issues arise. 

 

Read more stories by Rachel Ross Bradley

 

 

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