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91-1000A Keokolo Street
$644,500 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,143 sf

Rarely available "Ranch Sty...

Sunday Open House
91-210 Namahoe Place
$600,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,330 sf

Great opportunity to own in the ...

Kapolei House (undisclosed address)
$544,900 2 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,041 sf

CUTE and updated 2 bedroom cotta...

91-1096 Papaa Street
$645,000 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,373 sf

A newly remodeled home in a very...

91-1127 Kumulipo Street
$535,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,068 sf

Welcoming you into the 2nd City ...

91-223 Waikoloa Place
$485,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,541 sf

Shows pride of ownership. One b...

91-1039 Lehulehu Street
$620,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,338 sf

Great Starter home or Empty nest...

91-1011 Ipolani Street
$540,000 2 Bd / 2 Ba / 990 sf

Rarely available 2 bedroom / 2 b...

91-223 Wahane Place
$779,000 5 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,871 sf

Kapolei Knolls - 5BR/3BA home (5...

91-1109 Lanakoi Street
$729,000 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,899 sf

Beautiful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath hom...

91-256 Namahoe Place
$649,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,271 sf

OPEN HOUSE on 1/22 SUN from 2-5p...

91-1170 Lanakoi Street
$799,000 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,899 sf


91-1362 Wahane Street
$735,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,036 sf

Great Kapolei Knolls neighborhoo...

91-1075 Lanakoi Street
$719,900 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,727 sf

Spectacular 2 story, 4 bedroom /...

91-1410 Halahua Street
$825,000 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 2,124 sf

Settle down in popular Kapolei K...

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Note: Within Kapolei there are several smaller neighborhoods. This page shows all homes for sale in Kapolei across all neighborhoods. If you want to learn about the various neighborhoods, visit our Guide to Kapolei Real Estate page. 

Kapolei News
China Oceanwide Holdings purchased Kapolei West for $98M early 2016, a 516 acres golf course master planned community, which would connect Kapolei with Ko Olina
Ka Makana Alii shopping center is on target for opening in the fall of 2016 with Macy's as the anchor tenant.

About Kapolei
Oahu's 2nd City is an idea that's been discussed and debated for decades. It's only been in the last few years that it has truly taken shape in the community of Kapolei. The need for this additional urban center became clear as early as the 1970's when growth and development had transformed Honolulu. The crowded living conditions, traffic problems and other issues were a mounting crisis that called for a solution, or at least relief.

Kapolei's real estate was the answer. Out on the open, flat and, best of all, undeveloped Ewa Plain was a site far enough from Honolulu to create that relieving effect, but close enough for commuting if needed. This second condition was important, especially for the initial years. There probably wouldn't be a significant job market centered here for a time, so drawing the first wave(s) of Kapolei homebuyers would depend on that commute being feasible for them.

In fact, even though it's further west than Ewa Beach, the homes in Kapolei have easier access to the H-1 freeway. That makes one of the biggest commute hurdles, just getting to and on the freeway, easier and quicker for Kapolei residents than their neighbors to the east.

Homes & Neighborhoods in Kapolei
In general, the urban Oahu real estate world has seen a larger and larger number of condo properties. That's not the case here. Though it is an emerging city, most of the real estate in Kapolei is houses and townhomes. This is a low-rise neighborhood, befitting its plantation past. That has been the way from the very start when the first development, the Villages at Kapolei, broke ground in 1990.

The developers behind that project, as well as many after, created extremely attractive terms for homebuyers, such as lower interest rates, no closing costs and extra upgrades. That created an even greater appeal than normal an almost perpetually hot local real estate market. It benefited first time homebuyers most because they could buy a new home, without having the cash usually required to do so in Hawaii.

That affordability remains, making this a good place to invest or to buy before that changes. Charming Kapolei townhomes start at less than $300K. If you need a more spacious home, the desirable Kapolei Knolls neighborhood, for example, is famous for its 'Opus' floorplan, which has not just soaring ceilings, but 2,700 sq ft of indoors for you to live and play in as you choose.

Along with the affordable, you'll find luxury homes in Kapolei as well. The presence of both confirms that Kapolei has truly arrived as a broad-based community. These higher end properties are in subdivisions like Kapolei-Malanai, where the homes sit along a peaceful golf course. Residents get to enjoy the most beautiful of lawns without having to tend it themselves. There are also the statelier homes of Kapolei-Iwalani, which are reminiscent of Kahala styled houses.

The Future of the 2nd City
What will truly change Kapolei, and all of the Island, will be the rail system that's now under construction. Its beginnings are already very apparent around the area. How exactly it will mark Kapolei does take some guessing, but it's clear that there will be an impact here, at the rail's western end.

Kapolei is a locally brewed, potent mix of firmly established foundations and a future potential that's just a question of how big it will ultimately end up being. That doesn't mean you should approach buying a Kapolei home as a speculator, though. All you need to be is someone looking for a great place to live, raise a family and have all the conveniences at your fingertips - without all the concrete & congestion of that other city.

You may also be interested in....
Makakilo homes, Ewa Gentry homes or check out Kapolei townhomes for sale.
  • Kapolei Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Kapolei is $485K to $875K with a median price of $674K, median interior of 1,634sf and median land size of 4,603sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Kapolei year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017) is $656K. In previous years it was $648K (2016), $590K (2015), $574K (2014), $530K (2013), $518K (2012), $518K (2011), $477K (2010), $517K (2009), $547K (2008), $562K (2007), $575K (2006), $552K (2005), $436K (2004), $340K (2003).
  • 5 houses have sold in Kapolei year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 94 (2016), 67 (2015), 58 (2014), 78 (2013), 87 (2012), 60 (2011), 77 (2010), 81 (2009), 77 (2008), 117 (2007), 134 (2006), 146 (2005), 143 (2004), 109 (2003).
  • On average Kapolei houses were on the market for 93 days before they were sold (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years it was 83 days (2016), 69 days (2015), 76 days (2014), 77 days (2013), 60 days (2012), 47 days (2011), 57 days (2010), 88 days (2009), 82 days (2008), 84 days (2007), 65 days (2006), 33 days (2005), 33 days (2004), 43 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Kapolei houses before sold were 82 days December 2016 compared to 59 days December 2015.
  • The ratio of Kapolei houses sales price vs list price were 97.3% December 2016 compared to 128.9% December 2015.
  • 8 Kapolei houses were sold December 2016 compared to 5 houses sold December 2015.
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kapolei is $13.55M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017) is $3.32M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $60.55M (2016), $39.98M (2015), $34.12M (2014), $42.83M (2013), $45.38M (2012), $31.11M (2011), $39.66M (2010), $41.87M (2009), $42.92M (2008), $67.13M (2007), $80.47M (2006), $84.85M (2005), $64.03M (2004), $39.16M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Kapolei was a house located at 91-201D Waakea Place, sold for $425K on Jan 17, 2017. It had 980sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 91-235 Kaana Place (1,261sf) sold for $656K on 1/13/2017. 91-1452 Wahane Street (2,360sf) sold for $792K on 1/13/2017. 91-228 Makahou Place (1,261sf) sold for $650K on 1/11/2017. 91-230 Paiaha Place (2,690sf) sold for $820K on 1/5/2017. 91-1006 Kahalepouli Street (1,528sf) sold for $410K on 1/3/2017. 91-1022 Lanakoi Street (1,320sf) sold for $625K on 12/29/2016. 91-1398 Halahua Street (2,580sf) sold for $820K on 12/28/2016. 91-1046 Pakaweli Street (1,787sf) sold for $680K on 12/21/2016. 91-1438 Halahinano Street (1,784sf) sold for $731K on 12/21/2016.