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Ewa Beach Golf Course Communities

Not too long ago, Ewa Beach was the last place you’d ever expect golf course communities to spring up. The Ewa Plain had been famously converted from what was arid terrain into prime agricultural land in the late 19th Century by James Campbell through his unprecedented discovery of water sources deep in the ground. That led to a growing population, almost completely made up of a working class community that …Read More

Kailua’s Beachfront & Near Beachfront Neighborhoods

Kailua beachfront, and near-beach, neighborhoods are always toward the top for Windward Oahu home shoppers. That category is a good place to start, but a smart real estate buyer looking here needs to know more. There are a collection of these communities that provide such prized lots, each with their own feel and selling points that are their own. We’ll take you on a tour of each, revealing just how …Read More

Diamond Head Home for Sale: 2819 Coconut Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

If you are interested in this home, please contact Kristian (808) 372-6184 or kristian@honoluluhi5.com. 2819 Coconut Ave is a home in Diamond Head, arguably the most exclusive and sought after neighborhood for any homes in Honolulu. This home is located in a very quiet and private “niche” section of Diamond Head – oceanside of Diamond head Road and adjacent to the prestigious Gold Coast. In this part of Diamond Head most lots are …Read More

Hawaii Kai or Kailua: Which Offers The Better Lifestyle?

One debate that commonly arises for Oahu home shoppers is choosing between Hawaii Kai and Kailua. They sit at comparable distances from Downtown Honolulu, where most make their way each weekday morning and have their own waterfront real estate possibilities to offer. It can be difficult to come down on a favorite between the two, especially if you assume that they aren’t all that different. Maybe we can help. As …Read More

Oahu’s 7 Most Expensive Single-Family Home Neighborhoods (ex Honolulu)

Oahu is much more than Honolulu and that applies to real estate as well. It makes sense that the economic and political center of not only the Island, but the entire State looms large in every aspect of life here. That dominance overlooks the fact that there are a number of luxury neighborhoods outside that city’s limits, each with their own charms and natural marvels that put their residences at …Read More

Best Value Newer Oahu Homes Under $800,000

Everyone wants ‘Value’ in their home purchase, especially a new home. The way the Oahu real estate market has consistently moved upward for decades, taking prices with it, you’d think that was an easy thing to measure. There’s another, maybe even more important side to that word, though. It can mean not just the price you pay, it also takes in all the other aspects of real estate, or, more …Read More

Kaala Highlands: 25 New Homes in Wahiawa

More information about Kaala Highlands homes for sale, call Michelle Johnson (RA) at (808) 352-2469 or email Michelle@honoluluhi5.com. Kaala Highlands in Brief A new single-family homes project in Wahiawa consisting of 25 fee simple homes located on 3 neighboring parcels, totaling ~3.5 acres. The project will have 2 types of homes: Model A = 1,695sf + 500sf enclosed garage and Model B = 1,925sf interior + 500sf enclosed garage. Prices: …Read More

Honolulu’s Top 10 Neighborhoods with Large Interior Homes

Roominess is a preoccupation with Honolulu real estate. With the always increasing cost of land, huge demand and the finite Island limits to build on, that’s unsurprising. Residence sizes here are often below Mainland comparable properties, leaving you to wonder where the big home are found. What is a big home? For our purposes, we’ve set the standard at 3500sq ft interiors at up, a measurement that easily qualifies as …Read More

Pristine White Sandy Beach Neighborhoods on Oahu

There’s one fact you need to know if you’re a lover of surf & sand – Oahu is the King of Hawaii’s Sandy Beaches, with 50.3 miles of it, more than any other Hawaiian Island. The State of Hawaii Data Book says so. Now that that’s cleared up, if you’re an Oahu home buyer, this leads to something more. That something is wanting to know what neighborhoods are not only …Read More

Guide to Honolulu’s Historic Homes With Map

Honolulu’s historical homes have had a rough road to reach that designation. They’ve had to last in an often tough climate for buildings, a very active termite population and the seismic spread of development in the last half a century. Fortunately a good number of notable residences are still with us, their uniqueness resting on both architectural and historical factors. Certain neighborhoods in Honolulu have more of these than others …Read More