Big Island's Waimea (Kamuela) Real Estate Home Sales For July Favor Dry Side
In looking at last months real estate home sales for the Big Island town of Waimea (Kamuela), the dry side had a slight lead over the wet side. Most of the dry side sales came from that side’s new subdivision—Lualai, where two new developer homes and one resale home closed in July. The high sale of the month went to a wet side home in the high-end Mokuloa subdivision. Overall, the average sales price for the month’s sales was $380,833.
Here’s a look at all the homes that closed sales in July in Waimea:
If you look in the last column, you’ll see I’m including a look at which sales are the distressed sales…and surprisingly, there were no short sales or REOs that closed in Waimea last month. It was a little slow on homes going into escrow last month with only 4 homes finding willing buyers in July.
I’ll be back next week to look at the inventory level of homes in Waimea and see if that key indicator has changed from the last time I posted inventory figures.
I love the Big Island! Aloha.