The Site For Buying and Selling Oahu Homes
Hawaii's changing housing market presents new opportunities to home buyers and sellers. Explore Hawaii's properties and find the right home. View Hawaii's active real estate listings with our Oahu MLS search.
Click a neighborhood link on the left and checkout the area maps, driving instructions and public schools information. For users' convenience, the lowest priced homes for a given neighborhood are at the top of the list. Scrolling down the listings leads you to the higher priced properties.
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March 2016 - sales of single family homes increased by 21.7% from March 2015, while condominium sales increased by 21.8% compared to March 2015. The median price paid for single family homes in March 2016 increased by 3.6% from the same month last year to $725,000. The median price for condominiums increased by 1.3% from March 2015 to $385,000. According to the Days on Market indicator, the median days on market for single family homes and condominiums was 18 and 19, respectively
“There’s been no letup in demand for housing on Oahu, as March’s statistics clearly demonstrate, said Kalama Kim, 2016 president of the Honolulu Board of REALTORS . Sales of single family homes and condos showed huge growth compared to the same month in 2015, and the days on market for both types of housing were very low, indicating high demand and quick sales. As a result, we’re seeing housing inventory shrinking fast, with the current number of single family homes at 844 – a level not seen since April of 2005. The historical low is 784, recorded in April 2004. Housing inventory for single family homes is approaching critical levels. That said, home buyers should keep in mind that there are still homes available at different price points. For instance, 135 single family homes sold for under $700,000. More than half of the condos sold were for $400,000 or less. Still, the lack of inventory is a reminder of a need for more housing to meet continuing demand.”
What's an MLS?
MLS is an abbreviation for "Multiple Listing Service." These are the services that provide listing information to realtors and their customers throughout the country. Each region has its own MLS system. In Hawaii, the largest MLS system is operated by the Honolulu Board of Realtors. Listings are primarily for the island of Oahu. They also have listings for Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. As a member of the Honolulu Board of Realtors, Mike Bates is able to present the listings on this website for public access.
Experience with Hawaii's real estate market
Michael Bates is a Realtor Associate with iProperties Hawaii in Honolulu, Hawaii. Are you looking for a realtor that knows Hawaii? Mike's lived on Oahu for over 30 years. He's also lived on Maui, the Big Island and Molokai. Mike's primary market is Oahu properties.
Buying homes in Hawaii
We assist residents and newcomers alike in finding homes. We can help you decide what location and home fits your lifestyle and budget. Mike is ready to help with your home purchase and offers a $500 buyers rebate, guaranteed in writing. See our Hawaii Home Buyers page for more information.
Selling your Hawaii home
Our marketing program includes extensive internet advertising as well as the local newspapers. Your property will be a featured listing on our website. Thousands of homebuyers will see your home when they search for Hawaii real estate. Find out more by visiting our Hawaii Home Sellers page.
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