Hawaii Kai Homes

Real Estate Agent - East Oahu Realty
Real Estate in Hawaii Kai, East Oahu, Honolulu, is about choosing a lifestyle. The community is built around Maunalua Bay, enjoys views of the Pacific from every neighborhood, has several marinas and watersports businesses, and many beautiful waterfront homes. You can purchase a one bedroom condo with a panoramic view or million dollar home on the ocean. Contact me for all your questions on living or relocating to Hawaii Kai. It's my home. Aloha,



Join us this Saturday at the Hawaii Kai Towne Center, 11 AM - 1 PM, to celebrate the Year of the Ox.  Festivities feature fireworks (of course), a kung fu demonstration, and a lion dance from the Wah Ngai Lion Dance Assn. The lion dance is a Chinese tradition performed to chase away evil spirits ...
"We want to get off oil," Hawaii energy official Ted Peck said when discussing the state's new partnership with Better Place LLC, which will lay the groundwork for large-scale electric car use by 2012.  The California company will install thousands of auto charging stations throughout Hawaii this...
For 2008, real estate sales in Hawaii Kai showed mixed results.  161 homes sold in the community in 2008, compared to 229 in 2007, a decrease of 29.7%.  Median sales price, however, decreased only 2.9%, to $850,000 from $875,000. Here's the most expensive home sold in 2008:  a gorgeous remodeled ...
One of the main reasons folks in Hawaii live longer and healthier is because of our weather.  We can get outdoors and be active all year.  January is Family Fit Lifestyle Month, and the purpose is to encourage proper nutrition and physical activity for families, emphasizing that a bright future s...
The 2008 12th Annual "Festival of Lights" Boat Parade, hosted by the Hawaii Kai Marina Community Association, was again a huge success. People from all parts the island, including tourists, gathered to the three major Hawaii Kai shopping centers to watch 33 decorated boats troll around the marina...
We've all made our New Year's Resolution List and it's history by now.  But when I read an article by a realtor in another state, I thought how resolutions for your community are especially important now, as we all work together to strengthen the economy and move toward a greener future.  Hawaii ...

Barbara Abe

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