During the first quarter, the number of sales declined from last year and the median prices (home values) were stable. It looks like we are in a more normal market compared to a couple years ago, when it seemed like the wild west. Multiple offers and buyers paying over appraisal. It is kind of nice that things have calmed down a bit and buyers have a little more time to make a sound decision.

Below are the median sales prices broken down by area on the island of Oahu.

Single family homes:
Metro Oahu (Town) $ 689,500, Diamond Head $990,000, Hawaii Kai $838,000,
Kailua $800,000, Kaneohe $672,000, North Shore $800,000, Central Oahu Mililani $550,000, Leeward Coast $375,000, Ewa Plain $525,000, Makakilo $566,500,
Waipahu $577,300 & Pearl City $575,000.

Condominiums:
Metro Oahu (Town) $325,000, Diamond Head $472,500, Hawaii Kai $542,500, Kailua $415,000, Kaneohe $357,500, North Shore $360,000, Central Oahu $300,000, Leeward Coast $173,000, Ewa Plain $285,000, Makakilo $320,000, Waipahu $299,500 & Pearl City $305,000.

Oahu real estate still seems to be a sound long term investment. You can search for Oahu real estate online on Jeff Manson website www.adrhi.com for the newest opportunities