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Top Ten Most Affordable Homes on Oahu

Note: This article is from 2012,  please use our Powersearch to look for the most updated affordable homes on Oahu.

What's the price of paradise? Honolulu Board of Realtors January 2012 statistics show the median price of a single-family home on Oahu is $618,900. That can be well beyond the means of many prospective homebuyers. We searched the MLS to find 10 of the most affordable homes on Oahu and here's what we found.   We excluded a few homes in far outlying areas that were actually less expensive than these in our list.

1. $375,000
    91-204 Polohuku Pl. 85
    Ewa Beach
    MLS# 1200328

Completely renovated in 2011, this residence shows like a model home. The 4-bedroom, 3-bath in Ewa Gentry’s Alii Cove is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. A 2-car garage boasts extra built in storage shelves. An enclosed yard offers privacy. A large family room shares the upstairs with a bedroom and a bath.   Click to View complete property details.



Prudential Locations 42nd Annual Awards Banquet

On February 2, 2012 Prudential Locations celebrated their 42nd year in business at the Halekulani Hotel.  Over 200 awards were presented to honor the agents and their accomplishments in sales, client service, and in the community through the Locations Foundation. 

The theme of this year’s awards banquet was “Pirates of Prudential.” The agents, managers, and staff all celebrated in the piratey theme.  The banquet began with this very special and fun video starring some of the hustling Pirates of Prudential.



Investing in Real Estate

Building Long Term Wealth Through Real Estate on Oahu

Homeownership is the easiest way to build long-term wealth.

  • When you are paying a mortgage, each month you are paying towards long-term wealth. 
  • When you pay rent, you pay your landlord. This money could be paying down a mortgage to create equity in a home over the long term.
  • It is very difficult to earn as much money and save it over time, as it is to purchase a house and let the value go up over time.


Another Reason to Live in Hawaii: The 2011 Pipeline Masters

2011 Pipeline Masters

Oahu is home to some of the biggest and best waves in the world, and is known as the "Mecca" of surfing.  One of surfing's biggest events rolled through the North Shore of Oahu this past weekend. The 2011 Pipeline Masters was the final jewel of surfing's coveted Triple Crown and final stop on the ASP's World Tour. Huge waves between 10-15 feet challenged the planet's best surfers which included 2011 World Champ Kelly Slater, tour veterans Joel Parkinson, Taj Burrow, and Fred Patacchia, along with upstarts Julian Wilson, Gabriel Mendina, and Hawaii's own John John Florence.