Hawaii Real Estate

July 14, 2012

Hawaii Real Estate Trends July 14th 2012

Real estate trends all over the nation have been a bit bumpy since the housing market crisis in late 2008. However, Hawaii, like many other places continues to see jumps in home sales and home prices. Hawaii was also one of the only – if not the only, Real estate ...

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March 2, 2012

Hilo Real Estate - including numerous rainforests and cascading waterfalls.

If the Kona-side of the Big Island is a bit too dry and desolate for you, consider Hilo. Located on the windward side of the island of Hawaii, Hilo’s climate is classified as “tropical rainforest,” so you might imagine how much rain the area receives.

Officially, Hilo’s annual rainfall ...

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March 1, 2012

Real estate on the Hamakua Coast

The Big Island offers a wide variety of weather, depending upon where you live. The Hilo side of the island is wet, wet, wet, while the Kona side is dry as a bone most of the time. In Waimea you’ll find windy, sometimes misty and foggy weather. The Hamakua Coast ...

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Feb. 24, 2012

North Hilo - If you’re aim is to live in a rural atmosphere

Hawaii’s Big Island has so much to offer the homebuyer. Where else can you go skiing and sun bathing all in the same day? While the leeward side of the island is typically sunny and dry, the windward side, where Hilo is located, is lushly tropical from the vast amount ...

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Feb. 22, 2012

Ka’u is a nature lover’s dream

The Big Island’s topography and location give it number one status on several lists. Ka’u makes the list for being the site of the southernmost tip of the United States, at Ka Lae Point. The area is also home to two of the island’s most active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna ...

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Feb. 20, 2012

Life in Kailua-Kona is easy and relaxed

Kailua-Kona is a fishing village nestled at the bottom of a once-active but now-sleeping volcano -- Hualalai. Home of the International Billfish Tournament and the Iron Man Triathlon, Kailua-Kona has lots to offer both residents and visitors.

Kailua-Kona real estate for sale includes condos, townhouses and single-family dwellings. Many mainlanders take ...

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Feb. 17, 2012

Captain Cook provides a sleepy-hamlet type of lifestyle

Did you know its possible to have one foot in Hawaii and the other in the UK? If you visit the Captain Cook monument in Kealakekua Bay you can do just that. Look for the land inside the chained-off area around the monument. It belongs to the UK; so technically ...

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Feb. 15, 2012

Keauhou offers residents the relaxed lifestyle

The price of real estate in Keauhou varies, mainly by whether you are looking in upper or lower Keauhou, with the latter being pricier. Upper Keauhou real estate sometimes offers amazing ocean views, while lower Keauhou property may be located right next to the water.

Upper Keauhou condos, such as ...

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Feb. 14, 2012

The Big Island’s Kohala Coast offers a variety of real estate opportunities.

The Big Island’s Kohala Coast offers a variety of real estate opportunities. Kohala By The Sea is an area of luxury homes with list prices that start at $825,000 and climb to well over $1 million. The ocean views from Kohala Estates will cost you from $485,000 to ...

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Feb. 13, 2012

Life in Puna offers seclusion and plenty of opportunities

Hawaii: a name that is world famous for warm sunshine and tropical tradewinds. It’s also the name of the largest island in the Hawaiian chain. To make matters even simpler, Hawaii is the name of a county, which encompasses the entire Big Island.

The county of Hawaii is further divided ...

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