There are 2 blog entries for November 2010.
Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 at 10:29am. 3915 Views, 1 Comments.
While visiting some family friends last year I came across an old book with historic photos taken in Hawaii. I love Hawaii nostalgia - always wanting to know when buildings were constructed, how streets were named, etc.
I borrowed the book and read through it now and then. Here's a sample of some of the interesting photos.
This is an aerial photo of the University of Hawaii, Manoa campus taken in 1924. There are two academic buildings and a physical education track. The photo was taken looking east. The upper building is Hawaii Hall, which was built in 1912. The lower building is Gartley Hall, named after Alonzo Gartley, chairman of the university's first board of regents. In his career he managed Hawaiian Electric Company and C.…
Friday, November 12th, 2010 at 11:07am. 760 Views, 0 Comments.
Waikele continues to be a popular neighborhood with its great location near town and contemporary homes. Housing inventory is tight.
In October, four homes sold in Waikele. Average time on market was just 26 days - that is fast! Home sizes averaged three bedrooms with two and a half baths, 1,460 square feet interior on 4,640 square foot lots.
The average Waikele single family home sale price was $582,500, which was 97% of the listed price.
Today there are five active listings, ranging from $500,000 to $699,999. Four homes are in escrow with list prices from $499,000 to $715,000.
Homeowners, if you are thinking of selling in Waikele, the neighborhood is HOT even though other areas have slowed. Contact us today and we'll arrange a…