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Total sales were on the rise in January 2020 on Oahu, with combined condominium and single-family home sales rose 12.6%. Single family home sales were up by 7.7% and condominium sales up by 16.3%. 

Looking closer at the 265 single family homes that sold last month, median sales price was $770,000 which is a slight increase over January 2019 by 0.3%. According to the Honolulu Board of Realtors, about 41% of these sales were between $600,000-$799,999 price range. In the Oahu condo market, the 379 sales in January 2020 had a median sales price of $429,000, a 7.5% price increase when compared to January 2019. The Honolulu Board of Realtors reported that the “most substantial portion of condominium sales occurred in the $300,000 - $499,999 price range,

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We are a group of adventurers, dog lovers, surfers, activists, Netflix bingers, paddlers, caffeine addicts, parents, partners…the list could go on and on! One thing that we all have in common is, of course, our love for Real Estate. Every agent’s perspective and experience makes our LUVA Real Estate team who we are and we want to share with you our stories with our Agent Spotlight.

Sara joined LUVA Real Estate in 2014 and after working for three years as a transaction manager, office trainer, and salesperson, became a Broker in 2018 and is now the Broker-in-Charge for LUVA . Before entering into the real estate industry, Sara has past experiences in a multitude of venues including business, medical management and owned a clothing boutique. However,

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We are a group of adventurers, dog lovers, surfers, activists, Netflix bingers, paddlers, caffeine addicts, parents, partners…the list could go on and on! One thing that we all have in common is, of course, our love for Real Estate. Every agent’s perspective and experience makes our LUVA Real Estate team who we are and we want to share with you our stories with our Agent Spotlight.

Lance has been a full time Realtor in Kona since 2004 and joined LUVA as one of the very first agents in 2012. Kimi Nagatoshi joined the firm three years later in 2015. Lance & Kimi are well known throughout both the realtor and local Big Island community. From their involvement in West Hawaii Association of Realtors, the Big Island Chocolate Festival, and the Big Island

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When it comes to buying the property of your dreams in Hawaii, there’s no time like the present. Hawaii is a great place to relocate for a number of reasons. In this corner of paradise, one could explore different cultures, discover new amazing ecosystems, create new bonds with locals and enjoy a life-long vacation. However, when you live miles away from this state, finding the most affordable houses for sale in Hawaii could be quite a stressful and time-consuming process. Fortunately, by tapping the enormous potential of all the online and offline channels that are currently at your disposal you can simplify your home hunt, making it easier for you to get the keys to your new Hawaiian real estate.

Set Your Priorities Straight

First of all, try to

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Hawaii is a popular destination for many vacationers and that is why many people choose to purchase investment property in Hawaii. There are many different neighborhoods in Hawaii and each one has different characteristics. Here are just a few of the Big Island neighborhoods.

Kona

Kona is a popular location for visitors to Hawaii and it is ideal for investment properties. It is divided into North and South Kona. North Kona is on the west side of the Big Island and features luxury communities. This part of the island is known for beaches, snorkeling, golf, and for hosting the World Ironman Championships annually.

South Kona is made of coastal villages and features many beaches and oceanfront properties. This neighborhood of Hawaii is known for

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Buying or selling property is a big undertaking that usually involves a large amount of money. This is why it is important to carefully choose the company you will be working with. Here are some three tips to help you to choose the right real estate company for your real estate needs.

The Basics

The first thing you will need to do is to decide what you need in a realtor. Are you looking primarily for selling, buying, or both? Look for a company that specializes in the type of real estate transactions that you want to be doing. Some real estate companies may be specialists in industrial real estate transactions, while others may be more involved in residential sales. Knowing the type of transactions you will be completing will help you to narrow the

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If you’ve been looking for a worthwhile way to put your money into something that will pay off immediately as well as over time, think about investing in real estate that’s located in an area that’s frequented by vacation seekers, such as Hawaii’s Big Island. Keep reading to get insight about why that may be a very smart move.

The Property is Likely to Be in High Demand

Unlike some areas of the country that have tourism off seasons because the climate is less desirable during some times of the year, Hawaii tends to attract people year round because it doesn’t usually have temperature extremes. If you invest in Hawaiian real estate, you won’t be as likely to struggle with periods where it’s harder than expected to keep the property occupied due to

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Living on Hawaii’s Big Island comes with plenty of perks, and there’s no reason to think you have to wait to find your perfect home until you’re living in Hawaii. Thanks to the Internet, you can check out Big Island real estate even if you’re living on another continent. Some companies also offer property management, so if you’re not at a point where you’re able to move into a new piece of property right away, you can rest assured it’ll be in good hands until you make the transition.

Work With a Company That Specializes in Certain Areas

If you’ve made up your mind that you definitely want some Big Island real estate as opposed to some that’s located in another part of Hawaii, aim to find a company that focuses on that area. Working with specialists

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