Deal – Pocket Listing One Bedroom Condo at Honua Kai Resort

I was recently contacted by a homeowner at the Honua Kai Resort and Spa who has expressed interest in selling his one bedroom partial ocean view unit, but is not quite ready to formally put the property on the open market. This property is located on a lower floor on the south side of the Hokulani Tower at Honua Kai.

Partial Ocean View

This particular unit has a partial ocean view through the palm trees and kiawe trees that are located on the south side of the Hokulani Tower

This property is open to offers, but the seller is aware of the most recent comps that have closed in very similar locations in the recent past, which range from $690k-$740k.

Be sure to check out my detailed 3rd Quarter Honua Kai Real Estate Market Update and more specifically pertaining to this post, Prices Increasing for Honua Kai One Bedroom Units for Sale.

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Jeremy Stice, REALTOR (Broker)

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