September Oahu Real Estate Statistics

From The John Stallings Team @ Keller Williams Realty:

The real estate market is HOT!  Sales continues to be strong, and inventory remains slim.  It’s not a rocket science, simply supply & demand forces working normally.  The continued historically low interest rates are putting home affordability at all time high levels. Certain neighborhoods have very few properties available, so contact us now to find out how we identify & sell unlisted properties.  Our proven strategy has provided excellent opportunities for both the buyers and sellers that have taken advantage and used out 20+ years of real estate sales experience!  Our “BUY NOW” program is for SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY, so contact us at 294.1794 to see if you qualify.  Of course, our “BUY NOW” program is ALWAYS FREE to buyers!

If you are considering purchasing property, do it before prices get too high!   People who end up buying in the first few years of the real estate turnaround, end up with the greatest amount of equity.

If you have questions about getting a loan here in Hawaii, please contact Brian Lynch at Flagship Financial Partners.  Brian can be reached at 808.282-0023 or via email at blynch@ffgpartners.com

From the Honolulu Board of Realtors…

During September, sales of 304 single-family homes and 350 condominiums increased by 7 percent and decreased by 3.8 percent, respectively, from September 2011. The median price paid for island properties in September was $637,000 for single-family homes and $319,500 for condominiums, increases of 11.8 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively, compared to the same month last year. According to the Days on Market indicator, sales of both single-family homes and condominiums were accepted at a faster pace last
month compared to a year ago, with single-family properties listing for 26 days and condominiums listing for just 27 days.

Click Here to Search for your Oahu home NOW!

September real estate statistics by “neighborhood” coming in a couple of weeks!

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September Oahu Real Estate Statistics

From The John Stallings Team @ Keller Williams Realty:

The real estate market is HOT!  Sales continues to be strong, and inventory remains slim.  It’s not a rocket science, simply supply & demand forces working normally.  The continued historically low interest rates are putting home affordability at all time high levels. Certain neighborhoods have very few properties available, so contact us now to find out how we identify & sell unlisted properties.  Our proven strategy has provided excellent opportunities for both the buyers and sellers that have taken advantage and used out 20+ years of real estate sales experience!  Our “BUY NOW” program is for SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY, so contact us at 294.1794 to see if you qualify.  Of course, our “BUY NOW” program is ALWAYS FREE to buyers!

If you are considering purchasing property, do it before prices get too high!   People who end up buying in the first few years of the real estate turnaround, end up with the greatest amount of equity.

If you have questions about getting a loan here in Hawaii, please contact Brian Lynch at Flagship Financial Partners.  Brian can be reached at 808.282-0023 or via email at blynch@ffgpartners.com

From the Honolulu Board of Realtors…

During September, sales of 304 single-family homes and 350 condominiums increased by 7 percent and decreased by 3.8 percent, respectively, from September 2011. The median price paid for island properties in September was $637,000 for single-family homes and $319,500 for condominiums, increases of 11.8 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively, compared to the same month last year. According to the Days on Market indicator, sales of both single-family homes and condominiums were accepted at a faster pace last
month compared to a year ago, with single-family properties listing for 26 days and condominiums listing for just 27 days.

Click Here to Search for your Oahu home NOW!

September real estate statistics by “neighborhood” coming in a couple of weeks!

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.