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The Waialae-Kahala housing market in Hawaii demonstrates a competitive landscape with notable price changes. In May 2023, the median sale price of homes in Waialae-Kahala was $1,647,500, showing a significant increase of 26.7% compared to the previous year. The median sale price per square foot in this area is $1.15K, reflecting a rise of 31.2% since last year.
During May 2023, the housing market in Waialae-Kahala experienced a significant increase in median home prices, marking a 26.7% rise compared to the previous year. Homes in this area typically spend an average of 65 days on the market, increasing from 50 days last year. The number of homes sold in May this year was 26, representing a decrease of 25.7% compared to the same month the previous year.
The recent data suggests that the Waialae-Kahala housing market is experiencing substantial price growth, with higher median prices and decreased number of homes sold. It remains a competitive market, with homes typically selling within 61 days.
6,389 people live in Kahala Area, where the median age is 47.1 and an average individual income is $73,441. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
AVERAGE INDIVIDUAL INCOME
*Data from walkscore.com/HI/East_Honolulu/Waialae_-_Kahala
Kahala is known for being a luxury neighborhood and a resort that attracts the rich and famous, including royalty and heads of state. It is also considered a gathering place for Honolulu's local society.
Many consider Kahala to be one of the best neighborhoods to live on O'ahu. It's a short distance from Waikiki and known for its tranquility, which is often compared to "Beverly Hills" of O'ahu.
No, there is no resort fee for guest rooms and suites at Kahala.
Real Estate Agent & Realtor Serving Kahala
I have extensive experience working with international sellers, investors and clients with an interest in Hawaiʻi’s superior properties. Most recently, I represented Honolulu’s billion-dollar luxury development Park Lane Ala Moana – considered one of the most affluent and successful developments in the Pacific, with their exclusive sales brokerage. I’m a native of Honolulu, from a large real estate family which does business on every island. I’m uniquely positioned with an innate familiarity of the Hawaiian Islands and our unparalleled landscape of real estate.
As an investor myself, I have seen real estate prove to be a lucrative investment choice – and with clear understanding and collaborative strategy, nowhere is this more demonstratively promising than in Hawaii. In addition to Real Estate, I spent the last twelve years as an entrepreneur and Hawaii restaurant owner. The skill sets I developed as a business owner, coupled with my real estate knowledge, provides valuable resources and insights for my clients.
Second to my family, the Hawaiian Islands and our unique way of life hold utmost importance to me. The culture, tradition and natural beauty are treasures that I love to share with clients and investors who may be new to the islands. Hawaii’s most sought after properties rarely change hands - and when they do, they are often sold off market. I connect my clients with these discrete yet coveted opportunities through trust, teamwork and my valued network.
I have a B.A. in Journalism from University of Southern California and an Executive MBA from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. I take an integrative business-minded approach to real estate, with marketing at the forefront. I believe brokering community assets is vital to success.
Outside of real estate, I’m passionate about travel and surfing - often with my two daughters Eliza and Jordan, all while collaborating with my husband, local residential architect, Andrew Shaw, AIA, on new design projects.
As an investor myself, I have seen real estate prove to be a lucrative investment choice – and with clear understanding and collaborative strategy, nowhere is this more demonstratively promising than in Hawaii.