Kauai Real Estate, Just Listed Wainani At Poipu Lot, Hawaiian Airlines New Flight

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Currently the lowest priced lot located on the golf course with horizon ocean views! All utilities are in place and association dues include water for your landscaping. Click on the photo to take a video tour. List Price: $439,000 (FS)

Kauai Real Estate Update 
For a complete list of the new listings, sold properties and those that went into escrow last week on the island of Kauai click here: Kauai Real Estate Update June 18 to June 24, 2018

Poipu Beach Real Estate:  I just listed a vacant lot in Poipu Beach that has a unique location.  Wainani At Poipu lot #15 is one of only two lots in the subdivision that have the golf course on both sides of the lot.  The location of the lot is advantages because the trade winds are in the direction of the front of the house, allowing for a usable and sheltered back yard.  Currently the lowest priced golf course frontage lot with horizon ocean views! For information on the fee simple activity for Poipu Beach since January 1 of this year click here: Poipu Beach Real Estate Current Market Analysis

My Kiahuna Plantation page has been updated and you can access that information here: Kiahuna Plantation Current Market Analysis

Hanalei Colony Resort To Remain Closed

Hanalei Colony Resort announced that it will remain closed until further notice as a result of the devastating rain that flooded Kauai’s North Shore in April.  The hotel said all reservations through Sept. 1 will be cancelled and refunded.
Repairs continue for the resort and surrounding neighborhoods, including Lumahai, Wainiha and Haena.  The main road past Hanalei that leads to the popular vacation destination known as “Haena” remains closed with limited access until at least October.

The Department of Transportation is issuing an emergency contract for additional flood repair work on Kuhio Highway, including work to stabilize the slope above Kuhio Highway between Waikoko and Wainiha and various downslope sites on Kuhio Highway. According to the DOT, The revised cost estimate for the emergency flood repairs on Kuhio Highway and the upgrade of the Waikoko, Waipa, and Waioli bridges is $80 million.  The majority of costs is expected to be eligible for reimbursement through the Federal Highways Administration’s Emergency Relief program.

New Alaska Airlines Route Between California and Kona

Starting December 2oth Alaska Airlines will be offering a nonstop flight between Sacramento and Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island.

“We know our customers love Hawaii, even in sunny California. That’s a big reason we’re excited to add this new connection between Northern California and Hawaii Island,” said John Kirby, vice president of capacity planning and alliances at Alaska Airlines. “This new route shows Alaska’s ongoing commitment to continued growth and investment throughout the West Coast.”

Hawaiian Airlines To Increase Nonstop Service To Japan

Hawaiian Airlines announced that it plans to increase its nonstop service between Sapporo, Japan and Honolulu to up to five weekly flights during two weeks in February, a typically high-demand travel period for Hokkaido travelers.  The added service will begin Feb. 1 and end Feb. 16 to accommodate an increase in winter travel, which is boosted by growing events such as the Sapporo Snow Festival.

Hawaiian, the only carrier with nonstop service between Honolulu and Sapporo, launched its three-times weekly service in 2012. Flights are operated by the airline’s Airbus A330 aircraft.

3,000 Properties Impacted and $375 Million In Big Island Real Estate Lost

The current eruption of Kilauea volcano has destroyed or damaged nearly 600 homes and 3,000 properties on Hawaii’s Big Island, and county real property tax officials have zeroed out nearly $375 million in market value of the affected real estate.

The number of homes confirmed destroyed by the lava flow since the eruption began in the Leilani Estates subdivision on May 3 reached 598 this week.   The county consulted with Realtors on the Big Island to get an idea of the market value of the properties and was told that market value is gone for all of Leilani Estates, even though lava has covered only about half the subdivision.

The total market value lost is more than $371.6 million — $203.6 million in Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens and $168 million for the area stretching to what was Vacationland and Kapoho.

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