Japan Meets Hawaii Loa Ridge

November 16, 2010

Japan Meets Hawaii Loa Ridge

Traditional Japanese homes are fairly common in Hawaii, though with 3,441 square feet of livable space, this authentic Japanese estate in Hawaii Loa Ridge is done on a much grander scale than most. Read more »

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LOST Kahala Manse Off the Market

November 15, 2010

LOST Kahala Manse Off the Market

CNBC.com ran a fun story last week highlighting several houses featured in popular TV shows and movies that have recently sold or are currently on the market. Included on the list is the mansion featured in the Lost Season 3 episode, “Tricia Tanaka is Dead.” Read more »

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This Week’s Open House Pick: Kahala

November 12, 2010

This Week’s Open House Pick: Kahala

Hale O Manu I Palekaiko, or House of Bird of Paradise, stands out among its Kahala neighbors. Read more »

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November 11, 2010

Old Pineapple Hut Property for Sale

They may be something of an eyesore at the moment, but these three adjoining Matson Point lots in Kaneohe are brimming with history. Read more »

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November 10, 2010

Number Crunching: October Real Estate Stats for Honolulu

The October real estate numbers from the Honolulu Board of Realtors were just released yesterday, and the news is shruggable. Here are a few notable points. Read more »

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Historic George D. Oakley Residence Back on Market

November 9, 2010

Historic George D. Oakley Residence Back on Market

Architectural gems like this don’t often come on the market. In fact, this is the first time since it was built in 1929 that the George D. Oakley house in lower Manoa has been listed for sale. The residence, which was designed by architect Miles H. Gray, an engineer with the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps., is considered one of the state’s best remaining examples of houses built in the English cottage style, and is listed on both the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Read more »

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November 8, 2010

Proposed Changes to Taxes on Historic Homes

If you’re interested in the preservation of historic homes on Oahu, today’s column is for you. This Wednesday, Nov. 10, the Honolulu City Council’s Budget Committee, chaired by councilmember Nestor Garcia, will hold a public hearing to discuss Bill 55 and Resolution 10-274, both of which will impact residences placed on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places after Jan. 1, 1977. Read more »

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Flipping Houses in This Economy? You Bet.

November 5, 2010

Flipping Houses in This Economy? You Bet.

Many local real estate experts would say that you’d have to be flippin’ crazy to flip a house in this economy, but that’s just what two investors did with this Coconut Grove home. Read more »

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Honolulu Real Estate focuses on the Hawaii housing market, condos and homes for sale, Hawaii rentals and general news about real estate in Hawaii. It also includes stories on apartment living, home decor and profiles.
 


Melissa Chang graduated from the University of Hawaii with a degree in journalism and has been blogging since 2007, mostly on food and travel. She works primarily in social media, so you can find her online @Melissa808 on Twitter and Instagram.


 


Jaymes Song is a real estate agent at Prudential Advantage Realty in Kahala. Jaymes is in the top 7 percent of Prudential agents nationwide. Previously, Jaymes was at The Orange County Register, Honolulu Star-Bulletin and rose through the ranks to overseeing news and operations for AP in Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. Jaymes lives in the Portlock area and loves his real full-time job of being dad to two curious kids.


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