Real Estate

Kahala’s Best-Kept Secret?

Waialae Gardens, a townhouse complex in Waialae Nui Valley, might just be Kahala's best-kept secret.

Thinking Pink in Kahala

One of Kahala Avenue's most colorful homes is on the market for just under $1.4 million.

North Shore Home Under $600K

Located across the street from the beach, this North Shore home was purchased in 2005 for $900,000, but is now on the market for $599,000.

Oahu Foreclosure Resources

Here's a list of helpful online resources for learning more about foreclosures on Oahu.

Honolulu Rentals From Hell

In any city, you’ll find less-than-desirable rentals, and Honolulu is no exception.

Sold: Ocean Resort Hotel Waikiki

The Ocean Resort Hotel Waikiki, a 451-room property located on the Diamond Head side of Waikiki at the intersection of Paoakalani and Kuhio Avenues, was acquired last week for an undisclosed sum by Chartres Lodging Group, a San Francisco-based hotel investment and advisory firm.

Mililani’s Newest Townhomes

Sixty Parkside, Mililani’s newest gated townhome community, is ideal for those looking to buy new in the low- to mid-$300,000 range.

Affordable Condos in Ala Moana

Ala Moana Tower is a former apartment building that was recently converted into 105 fee-simple condominiums listed for less than $365,000.

Affordable Condos in Honolulu

The Pensacola Chelsea, located near the intersection of Pensacola and Kinau Streets, is a budget-friendly condominium building with 46 one-bedroom, one-bath units listed for less than $315,000.

Neighborhood Profile: Manoa

Manoa has it all--location, amenities and stately, historic homes. Unfortunately, those perks come with a hefty price tag: Last month, the median sales price of a single-family home in Manoa was $986,000.

Kailua House Flip Sold for $730K

A couple of investors picked up a run-down property in Kailua for $491,000, spent three months completing a top-to-bottom rehab and, last week, sold the property for $730,000.

Making the Most of Open Houses

It helps to think of open houses as learning experiences, not shopping expeditions, where you’ll zero in on the type of house you want and which neighborhood you want to live in. Here, some additional guidelines for making the most of an open house.

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