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Monthly Archives: October 2020

    Boutique Property Feature: 44-012 Kaimalu Place

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 30, 2020

    This exceptionally beautiful home is a dream come true. A three bedroom home with a 4th room used as a bedroom, plus two sitting areas. Upon entering through a uniquely beautiful gate into a stunning landscaped yard with beautiful water features, you’ll be smitten. Once inside, the custom, high end kitchen with an impressive granite... Read More

    Neighborhood Video Digest: Kona Palisades

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 26, 2020

    Kona Palisades is the largest residential subdivision in Kona and is conveniently located minutes from the town of Kailua-Kona and less than a mile south of the Ellison Onizuka Kona Airport. Palisades begins at the bottom of Kaiminani and traverses 1500 feet up Hualalai mountain and ends at Mamalahoa Highway, branching out onto many side... Read More

    Latest Updates on Traveling to Hawai’i During COVID

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 21, 2020

    Whether you are a visitor or a returning resident, Hawai’I is now allowing all arriving trans-Pacific travelers to avoid the 14-day quarantine by testing negative for COVID-19. However, the requirements differ depending on which island you are traveling to. Not to worry! We have broken down the travel requirements by island below to make traveling... Read More

    Neighborhood Video Digest: Puu Nani

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 19, 2020

    Puu Nani is a subdivision of single-family homes located just a few minutes to historic Waimea town. Two miles past Waimea town you will find that the quaint neighborhood is surrounded by lush green landscape and rolling hills. Many of the homes offer incredible Mauna Kea views and brisk evening breezes at an elevation of... Read More

    Agent Spotlight: Kimi Correa

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 15, 2020

    Kimi Correa, Broker in Charge at the LUVA Oahu office joined LUVA in 2018  as a self-confessed over-achiever (a label friends and family confirm). Kimi grew up in South Florida, working her way up the ladder at the local supermarket rather than lounging at the beach after school like most of her friends. When love... Read More

    Neighborhood Video Digest: Keauhou Estates

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 12, 2020

    Keauhou Estates is a gated community in Kailua-Kona. Driving through the community very much resembles driving through a private luxury resort with its estate style homes built upon spacious lots with manicured lawns and pristine ocean, mountain or golf course views. Keauhou Estates is nestled along the slopes of Hualalai and residents enjoy the prime... Read More

    Maui Market Report Update: October 2020

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 9, 2020

    READ THE MARKET REPORT HERE The number of closed sales continued to increase for single-family homes last month, but for condos the number of sales took a slight dip. Of the 107 single-family homes sold in September, 26% were over $1,000,000 and 65% were between $500,000 and $999,999. For condos, there were 85 units sold... Read More

    Hawaii Island Real Estate Market Update: October 2020

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 8, 2020

    READ THE MARKET REPORT HERE As we head into the fall season, the market continues to move at an incredibly fast pace, just like it did in August. When compared to August, single family homes continued to increase in number of sales but decreased slightly in days on the market and for median sales price.... Read More

    Oahu Real Estate Market Report: October 2020

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 8, 2020

    READ THE MARKET REPORT HERE New records were set last month in the Oahu single-family home market. For median sales price, there is a new record high of $880,000. Last month, the median sales price was $839,000. There is also a new record for average days on the market, with single family homes staying on... Read More

    Hawai’i Island Events: October 2020

    By Sara R. Layne Pedro | October 6, 2020

    Typically in October, the Big Island’s tourist season is just beginning to ramp up starting with the influx of visitors for the Ironman World Championship. This year, things are different and October will be a very unique month. An October, where Ali’I Drive is not bustling with triathletes or we aren’t celebrating the Fall Season... Read More