Kauai Real Estate, Poipu Beach Vacation Home Under $1 Million, Kauai Visitors Arrested

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Kauai Real Estate Update
Carlos Santana bought his second home on Kauai for $8 million, he purchased his first home in Anahola in February of last year for $2.7 million.   This second home is what dreams are made of; massive ocean views, single story, 4 bedrooms 4.5 baths wrapping around a pool and it just goes on and on.  To see this listing with photos click here: Carlos Santana’s Anini Vista Estate
For a complete list of everything that Sold, was Just Listed or went Into Escrow last week on the island of Kauai click here: Kauai Real Estate Sales April 6 to 12, 2020.

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Virtually walk through Makanui #311, a perfect hybrid of a home and a condominium. Single level 3/2 with a large 2 car garage. Sold furnished for you to use as a permanent residence or a vacation rental.

Poipu Beach Real Estate-  The only vacation rental home in Poipu Beach under $1 million and…it’s not a fixer upper.  Far from it.  Single level, 3 bedroom 2 bath home in the Makanui Resort which is a part of the Poipu Kai.  This property has all the amenities and conveniences of owning a condominium but it is a detached home with a huge 2 car garage.  List price is $995,000.  Take a virtual walk through of this property and if you’d like me to do a Facetime or Zoom tour that is easy!  This home is owner occupied but I did get some rental projections for it.  Contact me for more information.
For all the latest on Poipu Beach real estate click here: Poipu Beach Current Market Analysis

Kiahuna Plantation- Ocean view 2 bedroom in escrow!  Unit #211 is listed for $498,000 (LH) and over the weekend it went into escrow.  This unit had been nicely updated and the views are pretty spectacular.  I have a 1 bedroom corner unit for sale in this same building with lots of future bookings.  Contact me for information on this listing.  For a list of the real estate activity at the Kiahuna click here: Kiahuna Plantation Current Market Analysis

Take A Walk Through The Kiahuna Plantation
On one of my power walks I went through the Kiahuna Plantation which was a bit surreal.  The day was gorgeous and the ocean perfection and nobody around.  There are very, very few guests there and just a handful of owners.  The grounds are being kept up beautifully, Security is patrolling and the ever present roosters can be heard in the video.

Visitors Arrested For Quarantine Violation
A couple were arrested last week for not complying with the mandated 14 day quarantine law that is currently in place for anyone arriving to our island.  Doesn’t matter if you are a resident traveling interisland or coming here on a vacation.
Last Friday a man from Oahu and his girlfriend from Virginia arrived at Lihue airport on Southwest.  At the airport checkpoint they stated where they were going to be staying but the police saw them heading in the opposite direction.  They sent KPD out who stopped them, reminded them that they had to go to their lodging.
About an hour later KPD saw their rental car parked outside of Foodland in Princeville.  The Kauai Police arrested them on the spot and booked them into jail.  The couple posted bail but they do have an upcoming court date where they each can face a charge of up to $5K and/or 1 year in jail.

Incoming Air Travelers To Register Themselves
If you are coming to Hawaii you either need to register online before you arrive or you can do it at the airport.
Once you fill out your application you can print it out and show it at the airport and you have to do this to be able to exit the airport.
You state where you are going to be staying, you check in every day on this site and answer questions about your health.  You can’t leave the place where you indicated you are staying; your food needs to be delivered to you etc.
If the traveler does not have the funds to quarantine for 14 days, they can either be arrested for breaking the quarantine requirements or fly back home.  To see the details click here: https://safetravels.hawaii.gov

Oahu, Maui and Big Island Real Estate Year To Date
Last week I did a real estate update for the island of Kauai, comparing where we are at now to the same time in 2019.  This week I have the other islands and the numbers will not reflect the impact of COVID-19, we’ll see that in April’s numbers.

On Oahu 303 single-family homes sold in March, an increase of 9.8% from 276 homes sold in March last year. The median price of those homes was $810,000, which was 3.5% higher than $782,500 in March 2019.
The median price of a condominium on Oahu in March was $435,000, which was 1.4% higher than a year ago. But the number of condo sales declined 12.2% to 410 units sold, from 467 sold in March 2019.

The median price of a Maui single-family home last month was $840,000, an increase of 17.9% from $712,718. That was based on sales of 89 houses, which was 7.3% fewer than the 96 that sold in March 2019.
The number of condos sold on Maui last month increased 3.2% to 159 from 154 sales in March 2019. The median price of those units was $555,000, an increase of 9.1% from $508,500.

On the Big Island 234 single-family homes sold in March, which was 11.43% more than the 210 sold in March 2019. The median price of those homes was $417,500, an increase of 9.48% from $381,360.
The median price of a condo was $410,000, which was an increase of 9.33% from $375,000 in March 2019. That was based on sales of 64 units, which was 9.86% fewer than the 71 units sold in March 2019.

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