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History and Market Update for Hawaiian Ocean View Estates on the Big Island of Hawai'i

Beautiful ocean, cliff, and tidal views overlooking Whittington Beach Park in the district of Ka’u

Hawaiian Ocean View Estates is located on the southern side of the Big Island in the district of Ka’u. It is deemed the “World’s Largest Subdivision” with over 10,500 1-acre lots and over 150 miles of paved roads, yet it seems so small. It is a very diverse subdivision. Elevation ranges from about 1,500 ft. up to 5,000 ft., making for spectacular sunrises, sunsets, and star gazing for miles!! The terrain varies from rugged lava fields to Ohia trees, ferns and other vegetation.

Initial sales began in the late 1950’s. The original developer of H.O.V.E. was the Crawford Oil Company. In the early 1980s, a service station and a hardware store were built. In 1989, the Ocean View Town Center and the H.O.V.E. Road Maintenance were developed. Today, Ocean View has 3 shopping centers with several restaurants, gas stations, and numerous other local business’ including a computer store, gift and garden shop, full-service salon, auto parts store, chiropractor, and much more!

Sunset over Ace Hardware in the Ocean View Town Center in Hawaiian Ocean View Estates

Currently, there are approximately 88 homes listed in Hawaiian Ocean View, ranging from $29,500 up to $695,000. Some are REOs, foreclosures, short sales, and some are private home owner listings. 27 of those listings are listed at $100,000 or less! As of today, there are 18 homes in H.O.V.E. that are in escrow to be sold and there have been 12 sales to date (compared to only 9 this same time last year), just since January 1st, 2011.

Price is “King” in this buyer’s market! Well priced, quality homes, like this impressive fully-furnished 3 bed/2 bath (MLS# 243065), are going fast right now! Jump on the real estate train and let it land you in a gorgeous home in Hawaii!!

Feel free to contact me for more market information and statistics. I’d love to hear from you! Also, be sure to take a look at my other blog posts.

Aloha and A Hui Hou!! (Goodbye, until next time!)

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Beth Robinson R(B)

March 1, 2011

Thanks for this post, Jene’. Now I have something to send when people inquire about property there.

Beth Robinson R(B)

March 1, 2011

Thanks for this post, Jene’. Now I have something to send when people inquire about property there.

Jene Green

March 1, 2011

Thank you Beth! I love what I do and where I do it!! 😉 Aloha!!

Jene Green

March 1, 2011

Thank you Beth! I love what I do and where I do it!! 😉 Aloha!!

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paul

October 2, 2012

I am thinking of moving to oceanview…could anyone please share thoughts and facts about this..especially the catchment system and possible work oportunities in the pool business..thanks for your time

paul

October 2, 2012

I am thinking of moving to oceanview…could anyone please share thoughts and facts about this..especially the catchment system and possible work oportunities in the pool business..thanks for your time

paul

October 2, 2012

am thinking of moving to oceanview..please share thoughts and facts about catchment systems,work oportunites in pool business and possible monthly expenses not including home payment…thank you

paul

October 2, 2012

am thinking of moving to oceanview..please share thoughts and facts about catchment systems,work oportunites in pool business and possible monthly expenses not including home payment…thank you

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